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1967 Ford Mustang

1967 Ford Mustang convertible project car it does not run and drive it needs totally restored including floors and underside or use as a parts car to convert a Mustang coupe into a desirable convertible. original 6 cyl with automatic trans. clos via SpreadMyAd

1967 Ford F-250

1967 Ford F250 Camper Special, Partly restored with other parts to finish. It is a 352 with a C6. Have copy of window sticker and manual. Parts that have been replaced are: Inboard fuel tank, Interior tank has been removed New fuel lines New Fuel via SpreadMyAd


pre-owned 1967 Bristol 32 for sale in Sarasota, Florida, 34233 - Stock number153759 - Restored, like new, lots of replacements and upgrades, very well maintained!If you are in the market for a sloop, look no further than this 1967 Bristol 32, priced right at $27,800... via AutoShopper

1967 Chevrolet Chevelle

1967 Chevelle two door Saran (300 delux). Car has been completely rebuilt. No rust. It has a 1969 396/350 horsepower. Engine with approximately.3,000 mis on it. 350 automatic transmission- New front power disc brakes- four core aluminum radiator- New alternator- New... via AutoExplosion

1967 Triumph TR4A

Car runs, drives and stops. Not a show car by any means. I originally bought it as a parts car for another project eighteen years ago. then I drove it for 2 years and put it in the back of the barn. It is exactly as I bought it. Started right up on via SpreadMyAd


1967 chevy nova II duece for sale. Running project 4 door. Original six cylinder and power glad trans matching #'s. Full interior in place. Great body with torque thrust rims. Clear title great starter. Call text 52O-456-45OO $5500 via SpreadMyAd

1967 Shelby GT500

Engine: 428ci 8 VOLT V8 Transmission: four Gear Manual Mileage: 69150 Actual Miles VIN: 67410F7A02955 Exterior Color: Lime Gold Inside color: Black Vinyl Powered steering Power Disc Brakes Deluxe Wheels Am/fm stereo Fold-Down Rear Seat Rallye Stripe Tachometer and Trip... via OldCarOnline