1967 Mustang GT Fastback

YEAR: 1967
MAKE: Ford
MODEL: Mustang
SUB MODEL: GT Fastback 
BRIEF MANUFACTURER DETAILS AND SIGNIFICANT HISTORY OF CAR: The 1967 Mustang brought the first major redesign. Although it was longer and wider, the Mustang kept the same wheelbase of 108 inches. The grille opening was made larger to give the Mustang a meaner look as the rear taillight panel was concave. The fastback now reached all the way to the rear of the trunk, and on all three models you could find simulated panel scoops on the rear quarters.
 The 1967 Mustang GT was a special options package for 1967 which could be added to any of the V8 engine offerings in 1967 with dual exhaust. And it was required with the 271hp 289ci Hi-Po V8. The GT Equipment Group was offered in 1967 and consisted of power front disc brakes, grill mounted fog lights, dual exhaust with quad outlets (except the 200 HP 289), GT gas cap, F70x14 tires, rocker paint stripes and GT or GTA (if an automatic) side emblems. The Mustang GTA was a Mustang GT with automatic transmission. 24,079 Mustangs had the GT option. A Competition Handling Package was also available on top of the GT package and consisted of firmer suspension components, limited slip rear axle and fifteen-inch wheels with wire wheel covers.
BRIEF STORY OF THIS PARTICULAR VEHICLE if any: 1967 Ghost Mustang Fastback GT, an extremely rare C-code 289 Ci 2-barrel carburetor and a three-speed manual. Current owner Rob Staple is just the second owner of the vehicle which is being preserved in its current condition with only minor cosmetic attention. Most of the paint and all the interior from the headliner to the carpet is completely original and the engine bay is presented much like it was when it originally left the factory. There has been no attempt to restore the car as it is in fantastic condition for a 56-year-old Mustang.