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eBay Motors Is Bringing A Custom ’67 Mustang Fastback To Woodward

Online car auction site eBay Motors is bringing a custom 1967 Ford Mustang Fastback to the Woodward Dream Cruise this weekend, connecting with fans and giving them a chance to see the car up close. The classic pony car is still a work in progress, but thanks to the hard work of people like Mike Finnegan of Roadkill and Finnegan’s Garage, TV Host and Racing Analyst Rutledge Wood, and celebrity auto painter K.C. Mathieu of KC’s Paint Shop, the car is more than halfway complete.

The famous Woodward Dream Cruise in Detroit is the third stop on eBay Motors’ “On the Road” cross-country tour. After the cruise, the custom 1967 Mustang Fastback will move on to the Goodguys West Coast Nationals in Pleasanton, California later this month, and the annual SEMA Show in Las Vegas in early-November.

Mike Finnegan and K.C. Mathieu will make an appearance to host giveaways and provide visitors a look at the build.

“The Woodward Dream Cruise is one of the biggest automotive celebrations in the world, and this weekend, I’ll be lucky enough to be hanging out with eBay Motors,” says Mike Finnegan. “We’re calling [our Mustang] a ‘rowdy restomod,’ and we’ve customized it to the limit. For the first time this weekend, we’ll unveil the completed metal work and talk about our wheel and tire selections. eBay Motors has a massive selection of parts and accessories, which let us choose from a bunch of unique items and make this ride Woodward-ready!”

The Mustang will be at eBay Motors’ pop-up garage at the Westborn Market in Berkley, Michigan on Saturday (27659 Woodward Ave). A live demonstration is planned for noon, with Q&A sessions scheduled for 10:30am and 2:30pm.

Aaron Brzozowski is a writer and motoring enthusiast from Detroit with an affinity for '80s German steel. He is not active on the Twitter these days, but you may send him a courier pigeon.

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  1. mike england

    i would do a factory restoration on the 67 mustang


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