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1967 Ford Mustang 390 GT (S Code)

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£63,600 all inc.

  • Mileage~68,626 on clock
  • TransmissionAutomatic
  • Engine6.4L
  • LocationBedford


1967 Ford Mustang 390 GT (S Code)

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Glyn Parry
Professional Consigner

The most powerful Mustang available at the time - this 1967 ‘S Code’ 390 GT features the hard to find big block 390ci FE engine kicking out a staggering ~320bhp.

Arguably one of the rarest and hard to find Mustangs of its time, the 1967 Ford Mustang 390 GT came from the factory with the biggest and most powerful engine available in any Mustang at the time - the S code 390ci (6.4L) V8. Producing ~320bhp, this big block Mustang was and still is a very desirable motor.

The release of the 1967 Mustang unveiled the first ever major redesign for the Mustang line, this was predominantly to allow for the installation of a big block V8 as can be found in this S Code car. The redesign also provided bigger interior and cargo space, along with concave tail lights, side scoop, and square rear view mirrors.

Finished in its original colour of Wimbledon White paintwork and showing off a sleek black interior, this particular example certainly looks the part, paired with the big block V8 under the hood and this Mustang GT provides a proper American muscle experience.

This auction listing was written from information supplied by Glyn after meeting Alan the owner, and having visited and photographed the vehicle.

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Meet the owner

The opportunity to purchase this car came about by chance, and given it’s an S Code car with the big block V8, I simply couldn't pass up on the opportunity.

Alan purchased this car in May 2021 after having put an offer forward to the owner previously, and when the owner then got in touch to offer the car to him, well he simply couldn’t say no.

With many of these cars having been modified over the years Alan was drawn to its originality, with almost every aspect of the vehicle being as it was when it left the factory, including the original coloured paintwork and interior.

But above all else, Alan says the true joy he takes from the car is hearing the exhaust note - there’s nothing quite like the burble of a big block V8 accelerating down the road. When speaking to Alan about the car it's clear that he is very passionate about this motor, he has made every effort to keep it original during his ownership, with the only deviation being a new Holley Street Brawler carburetor which is fitted to an Edelbrock inlet manifold. There has also been an aftermarket stereo fitted to the car, however this is very much in keeping with the rest of the dashboard.

The only reason why Alan is selling the car is due to some personal health reasons - he will be more than happy to answer any questions you may have in the comments area below.

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Being the Bullitt shape Mustang, this ‘67 390 GT is a real head turner, with its instantly recognisable styling and wide stance, this is an extremely well presented example of an iconic American muscle car.

Wheels and Tyres

The factory spec wheels are presented in brilliant chrome with black painted spoke sections and they appear to be in great condition, showing no signs of damage or corrosion.

The BF Goodrich tyres were recently fitted, DOT Code reading 5020, and show no sign of sidewall wear along with having plenty of tread left too.


The sleek and iconic styling of this era Mustang has aged terrifically since its inception in 1967.

The body is in good order with all gaps and lines looking really good - there's just one thing we noticed and that's the passenger door needs a little fettling perhaps as the crease lines are slightly out compared to their neighbouring panels.

We've highlighted in more detail our observations through our high resolution images and videos, so please take time to look through all the media files for a detailed view at what’s on offer, and for you to assess the condition of the car for yourselves.


The Wimbledon White paintwork is the factory colour. The colour looks very even and matched across all panels, not showing any significant tone differences. Being an original car, there is naturally a few small areas that could be addressed in the future, these include some chips around the rear air intakes in the rear wings (as they do protrude out from the side of the car), some light signs of corrosion under the doors (not a lot - just needs catching now), and a patch of corrosion on the stripe on the driver's door (again a possible easy repair).

Again, we have taken high resolution images and videos of the car for you to assess the condition of the bodywork for yourselves. The images are taken from a few different angles to show off the car as you would see it if you were standing there for yourselves. So please take the time to fully assess these high resolution images and videos of the car, for you to make up your own minds about the condition of the paint.

Glass and Trim

Between the front and rear windshields, side windows, and even the wing mirror glass it is hard to find fault. We could not see any visible chips, cracks, scratches, or other such damage to any of the glass on the vehicle.

We also noted the condition of the chrome trim to be in good order, with no significant damage or wear present throughout.


The interior of the Mustang evokes images of window down cruises along route 66, from the chrome accents to the comfortable and spacious interior, the ‘67 Mustang provides a luxurious cabin for both driver and passenger.

Seats and Carpets

The interior looks to be in remarkable condition, with little signs of wear and no visible cracks, rips, or splits to the vinyl covers. The edge piping is unmarked too, mirroring the condition of the car throughout.

The car includes mats embroidered with the Mustang emblem, a tasteful reminder of the heritage of the car. These appear to also be in great condition, showing no signs of ripping or excessive wear, and the same can be said for the cabin carpet too.


The sleek black dashboard is adorned with chrome accents such as gauges, knobs, and vents. These are all in good condition and show little to no signs of age.

The dashboard itself is also in good condition, with no scratches or major damage visible during our visit.

Steering Wheel / Gear Stick

The black and chrome three spoke steering wheel is an iconic feature of the Mustang interior, with its skinny grip and protruding horn once again emblazoned with the Mustang logo, this is incredibly well presented with no major signs of wear or damage.

The automatic shifter is also in fantastic condition, finished in chrome this offsets the rest of the black and chrome dashboard incredibly well. The only signs of wear are some slight scratches to the ‘PRND’ plate in the centre section just below the shifter, however these are minor and do not take away from the interior as a whole.


Powered by the big block 6.4L V8 engine producing ~320bhp, this ‘67 Mustang was the most powerful mustang available in its era.

Engine and Gearbox

The ‘FE’ V8 engine (S Code), displacing 6.4L (390 cubic inches) is the most desirable engine of the era, producing ~320BHP and ~427lb/ft of torque, making it a very capable engine to this day. There have been some engine works carried out in the current ownership including spark plugs, leads, and brand new Holley Street Brawler Carburettor.

During our ‘On The Road’ video you can see the car start from cold, take a drive out, and inspect the engine bay close up for yourselves.

Suspension and Brakes

The suspension is typical of this era of muscle car, providing a comfortable ride and adequate damping over rougher road surfaces - we did not notice any untoward jarring or knocking from any of the suspension components.

The brakes are all in good working order, not hesitating to bring the car to a controlled and efficient stop during our time with it. This can again be seen on our ‘On The Road’ video.

The Drive

As to be expected from a car like this, the experience of driving this car is as good as can be imagined, with the big block V8 roaring away in front of you it's hard to imagine having anything but fun in this car.

When speaking to Alan about the car he said that his favourite thing about the car is the exhaust note, the car itself drives very well especially once warmed up, and has ample power to keep up with modern traffic.

Electrics and Other

The electrical systems are limited to mainly functional items such as lights, indicators, horn etc however during our time with the car these were all fully functioning, including the radio which has been updated to a styled aftermarket unit to stay in keeping with the rest of the interior.

Alan has also replaced the battery with a new unit along with heavy duty cables during his ownership.

History and Paperwork

Originally built in San Jose in 1967, this S Code car comes with all relevant paperwork and a copy of the original warranty stamp code to prove build number and spec.

Having been imported from America in 2004, the history prior to its import is somewhat limited, however it is fair to surmise that the car was kept in the Turlock area just 100 miles from its birthplace of San Jose as Alan did in fact find a McDonalds voucher valid until 1994 and "Good only at McDonald’s 2400 Green Rd, Turlock" when he purchased the car. This provides some small and comedic insight into the cars history in the states, as well as providing Alan with a chuckle or two at the time.

The complete build spec of the car, according to the warranty number and code, is as follows;

Model Year 1967
Assembled in San Jose, California
2 Door Fastback
GT Equipment
S Code Engine Model 8 Cylinder 390ci
Wimbledon White Paintwork
Standard Bucket Seats in Black
Domestic Special Order Vehicle
Regular 3.0 Axle Ratio
Automatic Transmission

In the current ownership the car has had a new fuel tank and sender unit, spark plugs and leads. In addition, the car comes with a valid MOT, and Alan mentions that the 2 advisories noted have been remedied too.

We’ve done all our usual seller checks including photo ID, V5 and also actioned a HPi check on the vehicle.

We've summarised our own view on the car based on information gained from the seller in the listing above, however, and as you can see, we go to great lengths to photograph and video the car in high resolution detail - this has been done for you to make your own assessment from the comfort of your sofa. So please sit back, have a cuppa and take your time to review everything on this listing in order to make your own assessment on the vehicle's condition. Viewings are also welcomed with all our listings, so please get in touch with us to arrange a suitable time - we just need to speak to you first and receive a valid photo ID before confirming.

If there's anything you're unsure about, no matter how small, then please first ask the owner in the comments area below before placing your bid/s, as bids can't be retracted and form a binding contract if you win the car - just like a traditional auction house.

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Key Details
  • ModelMustang 390 GT (S Code)
  • TransmissionAutomatic
  • U.S Sold Date18.11.1966
  • Model Year1967
  • U.K Reg. Date01.01.2004
  • CC6,350
  • Mileage~68,626 on clock
  • ColourWimbledon White
  • Interior ColourBlack
  • Interior TrimVinyl
  • Chassis #7R02S140004
  • MOTYes exp. 26.01.2023
  • MOT ExemptYes
  • Road Tax ExemptYes
  • Former Keepers2 UK
  • Tyre TreadExcellent
  • Tyre BrandBF Goodrich
  • VisitedYes
  • Sale TypePrivate
  • Owned~1.2 Years
  • Key FeatureBig Deal Mustang
  • Auction ID487763

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why is alan1984 bidding against himself?

Kulraj Salh

The reserve has yet to be met (as per the reserve indicator), and so we assume they are bidding to try and hit the reserve price and win the car at auction. Best, Kulraj – Trade Classics


Hi can i come and view the car?

Natalia - Trade Classics
Natalia - Trade Classics

Hello All,

The car had a new battery in December 2021 – the invoice is now added to the paperwork gallery (last photo).

Kind regards


Hi there Alan please can you tell me roughly a years car insure would cost on this , I’m full max discount and I’m 55 , Just a rough guide .,thank you. Robert

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1967 Ford Mustang 390 GT

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Sale Date 28 Mar 22

Sold Price 75,375

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