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Mustang Fastback – 390 “S-code”

Year: 1967|Miles: 17119|Ext: Black|Int: Parchment|

This 1967 Mustang is a highly desirable, numbers-matching “S-code” fastback equipped with the top specification 390 cubic-inch V8 engine. It has known ownership history dating back to 1967, reportedly purchased new by an older woman who quickly realized the powerful 390 was more than she could handle. She sold the car to a Mr. Schaefer, who subsequently kept it for over twenty years. In 1990, the most recent owner acquired the Mustang, keeping it well-maintained and mostly original, with restoration work done only as needed through the years. Now fresh from 30 years of continuous ownership, we are very pleased to offer this rare and desirable S-Code Mustang for sale.

Finished in black over a restored parchment interior, this Mustang fastback presents in very good overall condition, ready to enjoy as-is or to restore to a higher level. The older black paint is consistent and tidy, although imperfections and areas of patina are noted in the paintwork. The body is sound and in good condition, with decent gaps and crisp lines on the panels, forming an excellent basis for further cosmetic restoration if the next owner so desires. Classic Torq-Thrust style wheels with black centers, machined lips, and white-letter BF Goodrich radials round out the tough and purposeful look.

The interior has been partially restored, with excellent new seat upholstery with correct patterns and materials. Fresh black carpets and dash top provide a nice contrast to the off-white seats. Options include the full-length center console with floor-shift automatic transmission, AM radio, black seatbelts, fold-down rear seat, and a three-spoke sports steering wheel. Gauges and switchgear all present in very good condition.

Under the hood sits the original, numbers-matching 390 cubic inch V8. It is well-detailed, while also showing signs of regular use and maintenance. Included in the sale is the original build sheet, confirming this as a genuine S-code car. A robust C-6 automatic (code PGA-P) backs the engine and sends power to a 9-inch rear end. This car also features factory power steering, allowing for effortless cruising and easy maneuverability at any speed. The 390 packs 320 horsepower and vast reserves of torque, transforming the Mustang into a highly capable grand tourer. With well-known history and highly desirable specification, this Mustang 390 Fastback is a great example to use as-is or treat to a cosmetic freshening to restore to its former glory. Either way, this remains a very collectible high-performance version of Ford’s legendary, genre-defining Pony Car. For more information, please contact RB Collection’s Alex Ruozzi at 610-398-9700.

The Ford Mustang stands proudly as one of a select few automobiles in history to cause a public sensation on debut, morphing into a pop-culture icon and instantly-recognizable household name. When Ford Motor Company unveiled the Mustang at the 1964 World’s Fair, the buying public went crazy. Prior to its launch, the company predicted a generous annual sales goal of 100,000 units, but that number was surpassed in the first three months. In the first 18 months of production, Ford had built one million Mustangs. Through the 1960s, the Mustang gradually grew in size to accommodate larger engines that pony car buyers demanded. 1967 marked the first major refresh of the original Mustang design, with sculpted body sides and a subtly reworked front end that masked a wider engine bay, finally allowing space for a big-block engine, no doubt in response to Chevrolet’s potent new Camaro. Like before, the 1967 Mustang could be personalized to suit a wide variety of buyers. Notchback, convertible, or fastback body styles paired with everything from the 200 cubic inch inline six to the heavy-metal 390 big-block, with equipment to suit the everyday commuter, to road racer, to grand tourer. The Mustang remains one of the most popular, widely collected classic cars in the world, with fiercely loyal fans across America, Europe, and beyond.

  • Mustang Fastback
  • Very desirable 390 engine – “S” Code”
  •  Matching Numbers
  • Original Build Sheet