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Old 01-03-2007, 04:39 AM   #1
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Hi, I'm new to this forum and I'm in the process of searching for a (preferably black) 1967 fastback Mustang for purchase. I just can't seem to find very many out there for sale. Additionally, it seems wherever I look, they aren't going to go for less than $30,000. Are thesefastbacks really that difficult to find? Or am I not lookingat the right places?Any help with some direction would be greatly appreciated!

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Old 01-03-2007, 04:54 AM   #2
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its not that they are too difficult to find, but everybody and there dog thinks there mustang is a good start to a "eleanore clone"

so now everybody thinks these mustangs, even the completely rotting ones, are worth upwords to 30k because the remake of gone in 60 seconds had a 67 fastback as the "cool" car
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Old 01-03-2007, 05:24 AM   #3
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like atomsk said that movie made there value jump up http://www.dynacornclassicbodies.com/models.html is gonna make a 67 fastback body only for like 10k which is what youll pay for a rusted out one. did you try looking on http://ww2.collectorcartraderonline.com/
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Old 01-03-2007, 12:57 PM   #4
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They are hard to find too, there just weren't a whole lot of them made. The 68 is even harder to find than the 67.
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Old 01-03-2007, 01:24 PM   #5
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I know where a '65 fastback is for sale if your interested
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Old 01-03-2007, 03:40 PM   #6
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...it seems wherever I look, they aren't going to go for less than $30,000....
Hooray for me!!! [sm=roll.gif]

On a more serious note - yes, they are pricey, and yes, you have to look hard for a good one depending on how far down the "restored" line you get. For pricing, this is what I discovered lately:
- 100% restored (concours or restomod, didn't really matter): $25-35K
- 75%-100% restored: $18-25K
- Less than 75% restored: anything up to $18K.

Of course, the "percentagerestored"is a subjective measure. If you want a completed one, you are gonna pay $$$!
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Old 01-03-2007, 06:07 PM   #7
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Hi, I'm new to this forum and I'm in the process of searching for a (preferably black) 1967 fastback Mustang for purchase. I just can't seem to find very many out there for sale. Additionally, it seems wherever I look, they aren't going to go for less than $30,000. Are thesefastbacks really that difficult to find? Or am I not lookingat the right places?Any help with some direction would be greatly appreciated!

Ask yourself...what is motivating YOU to buy one? If you can answer that honestly...you should be able to understand why these are so overpriced. That phenomenon isn't just for the fastbacks...the coupes (67-68) have surged in price.
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Old 01-03-2007, 06:28 PM   #8
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buy a coupe, cheaper, still a mustang
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Old 01-03-2007, 06:29 PM   #9
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buy a coupe, cheaper, still a mustang
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Coupe FTW!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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All Classic Mustangs have surged in price lately. However, I forsee the day when it hits the ceiling, and starts coming back down.
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Coupes (and convertibles) are the original Mustangs. Fastbacks were an afterthought.
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Coupes (and convertibles) are the original Mustangs. Fastbacks were an afterthought.
damn good one though....[]
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damn good one though....[]
An afterthought, none-the-less.
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Old 01-03-2007, 06:53 PM   #14
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The fastbacks came out in mid 64, so not exactly an afterthought. However you guys are right about the vert and coupe being the very first built Mustangs.
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Old 01-03-2007, 08:15 PM   #15
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I guess the coupe is what it'll have to be. The fastbacks just seem so difficult to find in great condition under $20,000. Is finding a '67 coupe under $20,000 going to be just as difficult (at least one in good condition). I have seen a couple online that look decent under 20 but it is hard to tell how much restoration has been done.
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Old 01-03-2007, 08:53 PM   #16
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Don't settle for a coupe if your hart is in a fastback. Keep looking and if you find a coupe that you fall for then go for it but just don't stop looking. As for finding one, it took two years for me to find a"good" one and it was a pile when we started to take it apart. So pictures won't tell you a thing. I found that getting classifidesfrom different citys worked better for looking because if you can post your car on the net you can also look for pricing on the net, hence the outrageous pricing.......I remember finding a bunch in the L.A. area back then..
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The fastbacks came out in mid 64, so not exactly an afterthought. However you guys are right about the vert and coupe being the very first built Mustangs.
Technically, the 64 1/2 Mustang is a 1964 as the first vehicles rolled in April of that year. The production of the Fastback was closer to the release of the 1965 model year...hence the 1965 year designation.

The fastback was an afterthought, especially when you consider the various renditions...such as:

The 1962
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And the 1963
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Both 'verts, by the way.

Soaring, you'll have to go back to my "afterthought" post to see the wink emot...I was attempting to be funny.
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Call me crazy.....I always liked the coupes more!
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Don't settle for a coupe if your hart is in a fastback. Keep looking and if you find a coupe that you fall for then go for it but just don't stop looking. As for finding one, it took two years for me to find a"good" one and it was a pile when we started to take it apart. So pictures won't tell you a thing. I found that getting classifidesfrom different citys worked better for looking because if you can post your car on the net you can also look for pricing on the net, hence the outrageous pricing.......I remember finding a bunch in the L.A. area back then..
i settled on a coupe when i was so set on a fastback, but it turns out i love my coupe more then i couldve to a fastback. sure the fastback may look awesome, but my coupe is better
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Old 01-03-2007, 09:42 PM   #20
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Without roping me to a pole and setting me on fire while tossing rocks at me but what's the big deal with the 67's? I have a 65 fastback.
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