How much does it cost to restore a Mustang?

May 23, 2020 Off By idswater

How much does it cost to restore a Mustang?

Classic Camaros and Mustangs that are in driving condition, but still require restoration can cost up to $5,000.

How much horsepower does a 1967 Mustang fastback have?

Engine Specs

Engine Name & Year Power (hp @ RPM)
1967 – 390 FE V8 (6.4 L) 320 hp @ 4800 RPM
1967 – 289 Windsor V8 (4.7 L) 271 hp @ 6000 RPM
1967 – 289 Windsor V8 (4.7 L) 306 hp @ 6000 RPM
1967 – 289 Windsor V8 (4.7 L) 225 hp @ 4800 RPM

Are Mustangs easy to restore?

With that kind of parts support, plus a bookshelf’s worth of how-to books and countless internet forums about how to rebuild them, a classic Mustang project is a great way to get into restoration.

How to start a Mustang restoration project step by step?

The type of project you’re planning, and the time and funds that can be allocated to it, dictate how the project is structured. Someone with a daily driver may just do things on an as-needed basis and/or when the funds become available, thus requiring little or no real planning.

Is the body of a mustang still in good condition?

It was stored for more than 20 years, yet it was still in good running condition after it was given some very minimal attention (flush out the cooling system, oil change, new gas, etc.). The body is solid with only a few dings and dents, and no need for any significant panel replacements. The glass is all original and intact.

Do you need to repaint the interior of a Mustang?

At most, a panel or two may need to be repainted but, in general, there is minimal or no painting done at this level—just a thorough reconditioning of the original painted finishes. Carpets can be replaced, seats can be reupholstered, trim panels and moldings can be replaced, but there is no significant bodywork.