Of all the variants of the Ford Mustang that have been designed and built over the last sixty years, this must be one of the most iconic. The 2-Door Fastback 390GT came to fame when driven by Steve McQueen in the film Bullitt in 1968 taking a beautiful, if internationally less known model into true stardom.
This particular stunning example was manufactured in August 1967 in Metuchen, New Jersey, USA and was imported into the UK in 1970, together with a large and detailed history file of the car dating back to its original manufacture as well as a beautiful photo album covering various previous owners over the last fifty years.
This beautifully example of an American icon had been completely restored over the last five years before it came to us and is in absolutely immaculate condition both inside and out.
Wrapped in beautiful Acapulco Blue with a black vinyl interior this car wants for nothing. It Big Block 390ci (6,400cc) V8 engine growls in the way only an early American V8 can and is mated to the original 4 speed manual transmission and tamed by factory spec power steering and brakes.
The late 60's Mustang Fastback is an appreciating classic, especially the 390GT and has seen a steady increase in value over the last few years.
With electrification of modern cars, classics are becoming more valuable as their numbers decrease. Investment in vehicles has been outpacing traditional options for several years and shows signs of improving, vehicles such as the Mustang have an increased appeal and value due to their history and are solid options.
This is a traditional left hand drive car, with only 25,100 miles on the clock.
Chassis number: 7T02S298509
Engine Number: 3210V63BFDS
As a Historic Vehicle no MoT or road tax is required, however it was tested and the current certificate is valid until 30.04.21
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