How to Replace the Pulley on a 1967 Mustang?

Answer The 1967 Ford Mustang was equipped with either a 200-cubic inch, six-cylinder engine or with a 260-, 289- or 390-cubic inch eight-cylinder engine. Each engine features a single pulley at the bottom... Read More »

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How Do I Replace a Transmission Shifter Seal in a 1967 Mustang?

The 1967 Mustang was equipped with a floor-mounted shifter. Underneath the shifter's bezel is a rubber seal designed to conceal the internal components of the shifter assembly. That seal tends to h... Read More »

How to Replace an Outside Door Handle on a 1967 Mustang?

The 1967 Ford Mustang's exterior door handle consists of a button, a lever and a metal rod. The button is what is depressed to open the door. The button presses against the lever, which causes the ... Read More »

Colors of the 1967 Mustang?

1967 was a pivotal year for the Mustang, as it marked the car's first redesign. A major selling point for Ford with the Mustang line was the customer's ability to individually tailor the car to the... 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 »