Differences in a 1966 and 1967 Mustang?

Answer The 1967 production year marked the first major redesign for the Ford Mustang. The 1967 version was longer and wider than the previous year, with a redesigned interior and a new optional engine.

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Differences Between the 1967 and 1968 Mustang?

Ford first redesigned the Mustang for the 1967 production year and retained that design throughout the 1968 production year. As a result, almost all of the parts for the two years are interchangeab... Read More »

About the 1967 Mustang?

The Ford Mustang was all new for the 1967 model year. It was completely redesigned from nose to rear, and was longer and wider. Ford kept it on the original 108-inch wheelbase, but it featured a mo... Read More »

Options on a 1966 Mustang?

In 1966, Ford passed the one millionth mark of Mustangs produced. These muscle cars came with a variety of options. Some options were only available as part of a special package. Buyers could purch... Read More »

1966 Mustang Specifications?

Ford Motor Co. decided to make only minor revisions to the 1966 Mustang. The Mustang sported a different grill, gauge cluster, interior upholstery pattern and other minor trim changes. The 1966 Mus... Read More »