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Rosie the 1967 Ford Mustang Convertible


Drive Train

289 V8

Cruise-O-matic Auto Transmission


Dusk Rose 'S' Code



94,816 Miles

Approx. 225hp


The 1967 Mustang Convertible continued the tradition of the iconic sports car that was introduced in 1964 and is considered one of the most successful and influential vehicles in automotive history. The 1967 model year brought about several updates and changes to the Mustang, making it highly sought after by collectors and enthusiasts.

Key features and specifications of the 1967 Mustang Convertible include:

  • Body Style: Two-door convertible with a seating capacity for four passengers.

  • Engine Options: Various engine options were available, ranging from the economical inline-six engines to powerful V8s, catering to different performance preferences.

  • Transmission: Manual and automatic transmissions were offered.

  • Design: The '67 Mustang had a distinct and sporty design, with a long hood, short rear deck, and characteristic tri-bar taillights.

  • Interior: The interior featured a driver-oriented dashboard, bucket seats, and a range of available options for comfort and convenience.


Rosie is an amazing version of the iconic Mustang convertible in the extremely rare, one-year only S code Dusk Rose.  It was ordered on 5/22/67 and built in San Jose, it was actually finished 5 days ahead of schedule, on June 8th, 1967.  It was delivered to William O. McKay Ford and then later traded to and sold by Smith-Gandy Ford to Mr. Frenchie Dore on 10/11/1967.   It had the rare Sports Sprint package.

Frenchie Dore named the car 'Rosie' and kept it until his death in January 1995.  The second owner first saw the car and Frenchie back in 1993, near their home of Seattle.  They became fast friends with Frenchie and were given the opportunity to purchase the car by Mr. Dore's estate in 1995.  

During their stewardship, Rosie underwent a complete nut and bolt restoration.  The car was repainted in it's original Dusk Rose shade.  A full rebuild of the 289 was tasked to Dick Ewing, a well known Pacific Northwest engine builder of Corvette race engines.  During this restoration, the owners added many NOS GT parts including: Styled Steel Rally Wheels, Disc Brake conversion, the Rear Valance, Fog Lights, GT Gas Cap and Dual Exhaust.

Also note that this car retains it's original convertible top and seats.

The car won many awards after the restoration and eventually has landed in the care of two other discerning caretakers.  This may be one of the finest Dusk Rose Mustangs on the planet!



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