Tuesday, August 23, 2016

High As A Kite: 1967 Ford Mustang 4X4

You'd have to be as blasted as Todd Marinovich to think this next feature is worth anything near the $20k asking price.  But this next thing is the kind of pants-free thinking that we need in this world...just go easy on the speedballs when driving.  Find this 1967 Ford Mustang 4X4 offered for $20,000 in Arvada, CO via craigslist. Tip from Jeffrey.


With a 390 cubic inch FE V8, and a top load 4-speed manual gearbox, this Mustang coupe could have made a nice cruiser, but instead it towers above traffic like some kind of advertisement for snorting a mix of powdered Enzyte & meth.  Drugs are bad...mmmkay.


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5 comments:

  1. This is one of those unintended consequences of legalizing marijuana in CO.

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  2. For that price it better have a good chassis and well executed custom fabrication. Too bad there are no photos to elaborate. Hunsbloger is right, the car's stance isn't the only thing that's high. But it does get bonus points for the side pipes.

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  3. Harry Ferguson Research in the UK was known for its "Ferguson Formula" 4wd system in the 1960s. In 1969 there were actually four F1 cars in the British Grand Prix fitted with the Ferguson 4wd system.

    They also did some Jensen Interceptors and other cars fitted with the Ferguson Formula 4wd system, including a handful of Ford Mustangs.

    This isn't one of them.

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  4. Could be that it is actually a $20k trar if the fabrication is as good as claimed. Everything you can see in the pictures looks well built and it even has a name brand winch.

    Chance of looney toons floormats 66%

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  5. Dr. D. - I was wondering where you were going with the whole Harry Ferguson thing. Busted a gut when I read the punchline. Second good laugh of the day. The first was obviously this Mustang contraption. It must be the Colorado off-road scene combined with the dry climate for classics.

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