a special car today. It’s a 1967 Ford, a real GT S-Code 390 car, actually, it’s a GTA, the “A” designating automatic. This car is from Alabama, and the body is as dry as a chalkboard. It has 1,000 miles on the rebuilt motor, bucket seats, and console. It’s a really nice car throughout.

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This car is Ford’s version of the 67 Chevelle 396, and it’s also Ford’s version of the 67 GTO 389. It’s a good-looking car with a sharp roofline. The body is outstanding—clean and straight metal with no rust showing anywhere. The older paint job looks great with no blisters or bubbles. The chrome is original and dry, and the anodized trim is very nice. The bumpers and stainless trim also look real good. The GT wheels are 15 inches and are modern, with nice fresh paint and new GT caps. The tires are BF Goodrich Radial T/As with a sharp red line that picks up the red in the GT. The trunk compartment is nice and clean, painted very nicely under the lid and in the jam, with a wire running up to a trunk light.

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Inside, the car is in great shape with solid door jams, good weather strips, and good door panels. The instrument panel, knobs, and switches all look to be in really good shape, and the dash pad is real nice. The headliner, visors, and seat upholstery are all in great shape. The car has a proper 390 engine with 1,000 miles on the rebuild, and everything in the engine compartment looks to be in great shape. The car drives smoothly and comfortably, with all the gauges working and the heater blowing nice and quiet. The exhaust gives you a thrilling experience that you won’t get from an electric car.

Underneath the car, everything is dry, clean, and rust-free. The factory spot welds, edges, and seams are all dry and crisp, and the floors are all nice and rust-free. The front end was recently completely rebuilt, and the car has new disc brakes up front, with a new brake line running into the back. The car also has dual exhaust with a crossover pipe and stainless steel Magnaflow mufflers.

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