[READERS RIDES] Dee's 1967 Raven Black Mustang Fastback

reader ride so there’s no better time than now to show you all Dee’s 1967 Raven Black Fastback. Having owned the car since April 2010 Dee has been working hard getting the car up to scratch and has kindly shared a heap of photos with us. The car has needed alot of structural work and new metal though Dee has been working hard and still has lots planned. “I am using the excellent ‘Mustangs To Fear’ Bodykit, ‘Rod & Customs’ front coilover kit with power rack, suspension towers cut out, 351 w upgraded engine, 5 speed Tremec, lightened flywheel, Heidts 4-link rear, Wilwood Red 4 piston callipers with drilled/slotted rotors all round, side exit exhausts, relocated gas cap, LED lights, polished tilt column and much more.” His car started out as a standard fastback with a 289 automatic transmission and the car was imported into the United Kingdom from the US in December 2009. Below you can find all the specs. I can tell this will be a fantastic car and can’t wait to see it on the streets soon. Thanks Dee and keep the photos coming. Don’t forget, if you have a project you wish to share with us. Please email 67mustangblog (at) gmail.com 1967 Mustang Fastback in Raven Black, originally a 289 with C4 Auto trans, Power rack & Disc Brakes. Bought From Georgia, US in November 2009 and imported to the UK to undergo full restoration and transformation. Engine : 351W With Uprated internals – Steel Crank, and High Lift Cams, Hi Volume oil pump, New rear oil pan, Edelbrock intake Manifold, MSD 6 Ignition, Holley 4 Barrel Carb, Cobra valve covers, Cobra air filter, March Serpentine Pulley Kit. March polished Alternator, Short Racing starter motor, Aluminium 3 Row Radiator with twin electric fan kit. Gearbox : Standard C4 Auto Trans replaced with Tremec 5 Speed Manual gearbox with lightened & balanced flywheel, upgraded clutch Kit, and short starter. Front Suspension : Rod & Customs RC-107 Front Complete set up, Suspension towers chopped out, Chrome coilovers, Power Rack & Pinion steering, Ididit Polished tilt Column. Front Brakes : Wilwood 4 Piston Red Callipers, drilled/slotted rotors, Braided Hoses, stainless steel brake lines, Wilwood Tandem Brake Master cylinder & 7″ dual diaghram power booster, Wilwood brake bias adjuster. Rear Suspension & Brakes : New 9″ rear end, 31 spline, Ford Motorsports Trac-Lok, Heidts 4 link rear/powder coated, Wilwood 4 Piston rear brakes with red callipers/drilled & slotted rotors, Lokar floor mount emergency brake & brake cables. Alloys : COYS C-67 IN Gunmetal, 17 x 8 Fronts, 18 x 9 Rears, Bridgestone 235/45/17 fronts, and 275/35/18 rear tyres. Electrical : American Autowires Complete Wiring. Exhaust : Mustangs To Fear Side Exit System with Stainless steel Headers and downpipes. Fuel : Side Filler Kit with MACH 1 Filler Cap. Exterior : PIAA Light Kit, Hood Pins, Shelby Tail lights, Radiator support cover, Billet Radiator cap, Eleanor style Front Nose/BumperGrilles, Mustangs To Fear Body Kit. Metal : New Firewall, Lower Cowl Panel, Side Cowl Panels, Inner Cowl Panels, Firewall to Floor Sections, Torque boxes, Inner fender sections, Complete Rear Trunk Pan, Door Skins. Body & Paint : Full Body restoration and Paint by : A & R Accident Repair Centre Ltd, Liversedge Mills, Huddersfield Road, Mirfield, West Yorkshire. WF14 9DQ. Interior : Full new Interior re-trim inc. Carpets, Seats, Aluminium dash trim, Mota-lita steering wheel with billet centre, GT500 Shifter & Pedal covers. Interior work by Tony Archer, Classic & Modern Car Trimmer, Unit 7D, Bradley Mills, Bradley Mills Road, Huddersfield. HD1 6PQ. At the moment the car is being body prepped, kit has been fitted and hopefully will go into paint in October with a one off Black metallic/blue flip paint, than its a case of putting it all back together. [gallery]]]>

7 thoughts on “[READERS RIDES] Dee's 1967 Raven Black Mustang Fastback

  1. Looks great! There’s something about the hood scoop on the MTF kits that I just don’t like, though.
    With the cost of petrol in the UK, this one’s gonna be a be-arch to run!
    Still, great looking car and good work thus far.

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