Once these were quite common cars in the U.S. but today, unfortunately, finding a correct ’67 4-speed manual Mustang Fastback is not that easy anymore.
Of course we’re talking about driveable cars, then not wrecks, which have all their parts in the correct places like this one which features also a beautiful factory Candyapple Red which is not a common color for a Mustang of the same year of the one driven by frank Bullitt.
The seller says also that this fastback runs and look great: maybe it’s not a show quality Mustang but it’s for sure a very good car, especially because it seems not abused and mosly original. The red is not our favourite color on this model (nope, the Highland Green neither, we love the black shade on these) but this must be a real head turner. Cheap? No, it isn’t, but on the other side we’ve seen worse cars than this at the same asking price. Find it for sale at $49,000 here in Los Angeles, CA.