Fresh lime: 1967 Ford Mustang GT390 Fastback

If life gives you lemons, make a lemonade. We would say instead that if it gives you a lime like this then drive it.

The seller says that this Mustang painted in Lime Gold is an actual GT390 as it came from the factory and that, indeed, all the metal panels are the original ones – if the car has lived its whole life in areas like Arizona , we would not be surprised at all. Other peculiarities are that the car currently has more options than those reported in the Marti Report such as tilt-swing steering column and air conditioning, power steering and power brakes, and everything works as it should.

The car looks very nice and correct and has a very particular color (which you usually love or hate it): we, as you may have understood, love it but to be honest there are no colors on this car that we don’t like. Last but not least: if the price seems high, try to see what’s out there. Find it for sale at $79,800 here in Las Vegas, NV.


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