Lot 3003
1967 Ford Mustang Convertible
Lot Details & Additional Photographs
VIN: 7T03C102124 Mileage: 92,000

With the original 289 cubic inch V8 engine and three speed automatic transmission. With factory installed air conditioning, with a power convertible top. With drum brakes and no power steering.

The original interior in burgundy vinyl, and a new black convertible top. The original radio is present, as well as the floor mats.

Please note, bidders may be subject to a bidding limit. Please review your account and contact the front office for assistance with increasing a bid limit prior to the auction. This lot subject to reserve. For this lot, payment accepted only by wire transfer. 10% buyer's premium for LLA live-online and absentee bidding. LLA will process taxes, title, and registration for NC buyers. For out-of-state buyers, a third-party will handle the processing. Buyer's invoice will include tax, tag, and title fees, along with a document fee of $199 for NC and $399 out-of-state.

50+ years owned by the same family of Winston Salem, North Carolina.

Purchased in 1969, as a family car. After some time, it it was garage kept and used sparingly on fair days. The 92k miles is confirmed as original. A repaint was performed in the 90's and appears amazingly well.

Recently refurbished with a new top installed, as well as the rear glass. A complete brake job has been performed to include shoes, booster, brake lines, and new tires installed. Also with a new fuel tank and lines, and a new muffler. The original interior presents well with no cracks to dash or tears to the seat, and the window rubber appears good.

The following condition report, while thorough, is not exhaustive as vintage cars have inherent wear and imperfections. We welcome personal inspections.

In overall wonderful original condition; the burgundy carpet is fair except for the console; some chips to door edges, and slight evidence of bubble under paint on one door; wipers and temperature gauge not operational; radio does not work; no other apparent concerns,