1967 Fastback 390 this was my first new car!

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    $2,692 Standard Fastback
    Feeling pressure from their competition, Ford needed to make the Mustang more powerful so it could keep up with its competitors. The answer came in the form of a larger car. Although the wheelbase remained the same at 108 inches, the length of the vehicle was increased by two inches resulting in 183.6 inches from front to back. The car also featured a front-suspension track that was widened by 2.5 inches. The increased body size allowed Ford to put their first big-block engine in a Mustang. This optional 390-cubic-inch 6.4L V-8 motor was capable of producing an impressive 320 hp. As such, Ford was clearly able to keep up with the big dogs on the road. In fact, according to reports, the 390 cid equipped Mustang could achieve 0-60 mph in 7.4 seconds with a top speed of 115 mph.

    grrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrrreg, and 1 other people added this photo to their favorites.

    1. Abenteuerland ~ Gone For Good ! 68 months ago | reply

      Just my kinda car !! :-)
      Great !!

    2. TLPhotography66 ~ 68 months ago | reply

      Sweet ride Gary............!!!!!!!!!
      They don't make um like this anymore.............:)

    3. barbara.elaw-Camera not working! 68 months ago | reply

      nicely done

      Seen in my contacts' photos. (?)

    4. Omri Suissa 68 months ago | reply

      wow amazing :)

      Please check my photos :)
      (and add me as a contact if you want)

    5. redhorse5.0 68 months ago | reply

      Nice ride. Love all Mustangs. 67 fastbacks are great looking cars.

    6. RickC 41 months ago | reply

      I talked my parents into buying my cousins 67 fastback 289/4sp when I was in high school in '73. Still didn't make me cool but I sure had fun with it.

    7. GI GEORGE 41 months ago | reply

      Where is the 390 badge?

    8. Gary P Kurns Photography 41 months ago | reply

      It's on there. Here is what it looks like. My Mustang wasn't a GT.

    9. monon738 40 months ago | reply

      That is one fine looking classic Mustang and nice shot of it! I had a 68 302 Mustang in high school, but it was a rust bucket living in the midwest. My favorite muscle car was the 1969 429 Boss Mustang.

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