Although this 1967 Ford Mustang has been transformed into a Pro Street animal back in 1990, the Stallion looks, sounds and runs better than many recent builds I’ve seen. Everything from the body work and paint to the interior and drivetrain is done just right. I’m sure the gentleman who acquired it from the Bring a Trailer auction will be riding the pony with joy.
Check out the walkaround video to see this Pro Street 1967 Mustang Fastback up close. Then scroll down to read more details on the build and see the modified 351 Cleveland V8 engine cold start video.
The body work and paint of the 1967 Ford Mustang were redone in 2010, but the Dark Grey Metallic still looks very nice, despite the few minor imperfections. The tubbed rear fenders, bumpers and trim matching the exterior and black window frames combined with the carbs sticking out of the cowl hood and fat Mickey Thompson’s at the back gives this Pro Street Mustang sitting on Art Morrison chassis a very intimidating appearance.
The interior of the 1967 Fastback is all business featuring lightweight buckets with RCI harnesses and six-point cage. The cockpit looks very nice with white-face Autometer gauges and aftermarket steering wheel, and the gears are switched with Cheetah SCS shifter.
Watch the bold 351 Cleveland engine cold start video and read more specs below!
The Pro Street 1967 Mustang nice sound is achieved with a set of custom headers and side-exit exhaust system. The strong Ford V8 is topped with pair of Holley 450 carbs and runs on pump gas. The power is sent through 3-speed auto trans, Ford 9″ rear end with Moser 31 spline axles and Detroit Locker with 4.11 gears.