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ENGINE AND TRANSMISSION CHOICES
There were 13 available
engine-transmission combinations for the 1967 Mustang, ranging from the
economical 200 Six with a three-speed manual transmission to the powerful 390 4V GT V8 with four-on-the-floor. With this variety of selection, buyers could
tailor a power team to fit their driving needs.
200-cubic inch six cylinder with a
rating of 120 horsepower was standard equipment in all Mustangs. Where cost is
the prime factor, this engine is the logical choice. It provides decent
performance and maximum overall economy. Features include a seven main bearing
crankshaft that provides ultra-smooth operation, a dual element choke for
all-weather good starting, and redesigned combustion chambers for maximum
289-cubic inch 2V V-8 engine with
200 horsepower is the base optional engine. The most popular of Ford
engines, it provides excellent performance in a car of the Mustang's size.
Features include the use of regular grade fuel, a new valve train that
increases durability, and a new 2-venturi carburetor.
289-cubic inch 4V V-8 engine provides a further increase in performance with a rating of
more horsepower at 225.
Under normal driving conditions, it uses only a small percentage of its
horsepower, with a large reserve ready for emergency situations. A new Autolite carburetor has been installed for 1967 that increases
overall efficiency and performance through the entire driving experience.
289-cubic inch 4V High-Performance V-8 with a rating of 271 horsepower!
Proven in thousands of performance events, this engine delivers incredible
performance with the utmost reliability. Included with this engine are special
drive line and suspension components and F70-14 WSW Wide-Oval tires on
six-inch rims. Available with the GT Equipment Group and either 4-speed manual
or Cruise-O-Matic Automatic at an extra cost.
The top engine for 1967 is the
390-cubic inch 4V GT V-8 motor. With its 320-horsepower rating, it provides
commanding performance in any driving situation. Like the 289 High-Performance
V-8, it includes special drive line and suspension components and F70-14 WSW
Wide-Oval tires on six-inch rims. Available with or without the GT Equipment
Three-speed manual transmissions are
included as standard equipment throughout with all engines except for the 289
High-Performance and 390 GT V-8's. These transmissions are the constant-mesh
type that fully synchronize in all forward gears.
Available with all engines, the
smooth shifting Select Shift Cruise-O-Matic transmission features an extremely
versatile shift pattern for the 1967 Ford Mustang. This shifting arrangement permits both manual
and fully automatic operation - whichever the driver desires for the immediate
road conditions or driving situation.
A four-speed constant-mesh manual
transmission is optional with all engines except the 200 CI six cylinder. This transmission
is fully synchronized in all forward gears, permitting up shifts and downshifts
at reasonable car speeds without gear clash or noise. When ordered with the 289
4V High-Performance or 390 4V engine it will include a trip odometer and