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Ford Mustang Gta - 1967
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Ford Mustang Gta - 1967

Ford Mustang Gta - 1967

For 1967, ford presented its second-generation mustang, and along with it an optional gt package that enhanced the sporting appearance of this pony-car coupe and convertible. With optional automatic transmission, such a mustang became a gta.

Specifications performance
Top speed of nearly 120 mph engine typedrivetrain: Overhead-valve, v8 displacement 289390 cu. In. (4.76.4 l) power rating 200-320 hp transmission 3-speed automatic chassis: Disc brakes; About 3,000 lbs. Price: $2,967-$3,365

About vehicle
Thunderbird power given a larger grille and longer snout, the 1967 mustang had a more aggressive look. The rear panel was made concave, and the sculptured sides received twin air scoops at the rear. For hot-rodders, the best news was the enlargement of the mustang engine bay to accept the 390-cu.-in. Thunderbird engine. This big v8 gave the mustang muscle-car acceleration-but made it front-heavy. Ford recommended a competition handling package that included stiffer springs, adjustable shock absorbers and a limited-slip differential. maximum acceleration the gt option included dual exhausts, racing stripes, wide oval white-sidewall tires, fog lamps, heavy-duty suspension and disc brakes that were power-assisted in front. Dealers recommended fords brand new selectshift cruise-o-matic transmission for the two highest-powered mustang v8 engines. A feature of the selectshift allowed top acceleration by holding the transmission in its two lower gears.
Twin air scoops at the rear of the sculptured sides reveal this mustang coupe to be a 1967 model. A racing-stripe badge identifies it as a gta.

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