Anyone who likes rare classic Mustangs will appreciate this 1967 Ford Mustang GTA convertible. The car has a Marti Report that verifies it is the only one of its kind ever made by Ford. The seller, Shelton Classic Cars, says that it has never been restored. It has had a new carpet, new paint job and a new convertible top over the years.
A look at the oversprayed VIN plate on the car says the painters were none too careful with the rare Mustang. The car reportedly has all the original sheet metal and no rust. The car is said to still have its original upholstery inside. The seller also says that the 1967 Ford Mustang GTA has its original powertrain, which includes a 289 cubic inch V8 engine and a Ford C4 3-speed automatic. The option that makes this car a 1 of 1 comes down to the steering wheel. The car has a deluxe steering wheel and electric clock.
The listing shows the odometer with 2,182 miles on the clock, we assume this is 102,182 at minimum considering nothing is calling the car out for being a low mile survivor car. The 1967 Ford Mustang GTA convertible looks great with its GT foglight in the grille and factory hub caps.
The car appears very original under the hood and doesn’t appear to have been restored. The red exterior with the red interior is a good color combination. The Marti report is interesting calling out 472,209 Mustangs made in 1967. That year there were only 80 convertibles with the 289-4V engine in automatic with the Candyapple Red paint and red standard bucket seats. The seller is asking $34,995 for the car, and it is located in Mooresville, NC. We talked about a 1967 Shelby GT500 earlier today.
Source: Shelton Classics