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1967 Ford Mustang Found in the Middle of Nowhere, Abandoned Due to Engine Noise

If you’re in the market looking for a nice Mustang that’s worth bringing back to tip-top shape, here’s an excellent candidate that has only recently been saved from a barn.
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This 1967 Ford Mustang, which looks really great both inside and outside, was built in Dearborn and left the factory with a Brittany Blue finish and blue standard bucket seats. The car is powered by a 390 (6.4-liter) engine paired to a four-speed manual transmission.

According to the new owner, who is now trying to sell the Mustang on eBay, the car has already been restored during the ‘80s, though it was eventually parked because of some engine noise that’s yet to be fixed. In other words, whoever buys it will have to rebuild the engine, though in its current condition, the Mustang runs, drives, and stops just fine.

We found this Mustang on some old farm land, tucked away in a barn on the border of Oklahoma and Arkansas, in the middle of what seemed like nowhere. The previous owner had owned this Mustang for around four decades and restored it back in the '80s. Over a decade ago, the engine started making noise and the previous owner parked it. Since purchasing it, we've done nothing to it,” the owner explains.

Judging from the photos included in the eBay listing, and which you can check out in full in this article, the Mustang still looks great, and the restoration that it received during the ‘80s is clearly responsible for it. There are only a few things that the new owner would have to take care of, including a few holes in the floor, both on the driver’s and the passenger’s sides.

Given all of these, as well as the overall condition of the car, you really shouldn’t expect it to come cheap. And it doesn’t. This Mustang can be yours today for $43,900, and it is parked in Missouri.

Editor's note: This article was not sponsored or supported by a third party.

 
 
 
 
 

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