Red on red S code big block Mustang!
Here's a fun, although rough, project Mustang for sale recently on eBay. The winning bidder paid $6,200 to bring home this big block Mustang fastback. The seller said it had been sitting for many years. I think that's an understatement. Looks more like decades and not in out of the elements either. Mother nature has certainly taken her toll on this midwest Mustang. And the couple of accidents it's obviously been in don't help with the restoration effort.
1967 was the first year Ford offered a big block in the immensely popular Mustang. Chevy and Dodge were coming out with their own pony cars and had lots more cubic inches than the 289 small block in the previous Mustang. So they redesigned a wider, more aggresive body that allowed the FE series big block engines to fit under the hood. This is an S code, which means it came with a 390-4V. Other options for this particular fastback include deluxe interior, upper console and front disc brakes. It needs a totally restoration, but will be a valuable car once it's brought back to it's former glory.