October 11th 2014 Automobile
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This lot is closed for bidding. Bidding ended on 10/10/2014
After Ford Mustang’s slight redesign in 1967, perhaps it is the signature 2+2 fastback that benefited the most. Longer and wider, these sleek coupes began to look like the muscle cars that Ford enthusiasts championed all along. One of less than 1,000 Candy Apple Red GT 2+2’s believed to be made, this A-Code 289 cubic inch 4V example is among the finest from the era. Ordered with nearly every option available, this San Jose-built red Pony includes Selectaire air conditioning, power steering, AM/FM radio, and the unmistakable center console, including the map lights on the accented headliner. Moreover, a true example of a west coast car, this GTA includes a California smog pump, as documented in its corresponding Marti report. Boasting both optional exterior and interior packages, the Sport Deck Rear Seat, and the ultra-rare finned tail-light panel, this factory white-wall Mustang looks as accentuated and extensive as it did leaving the line in April of 1967. Freshened up by a top Midwestern restoration shop, this model spent years on showroom display at a reputed Southern Ohio Ford dealership.Fast Bullet Points:- Less than 1,000 ‘67 Mustangs made with this trim/color package- 289 4V (A-Code) GTA- Extensive Marti report-documented options include air conditioning, console, rear panel, etc.- California car, also built in San Jose- One of the finest, most-optioned red GTAs in existence- No reserve
Current Bidding
Minimum Bid: $10,000.00
Final prices include buyers premium: $46,200.00
Estimate: $40,000 - $50,000
Number Bids: 4
Auction closed on Friday, October 10, 2014.
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