When the Ford Mustang first came out in 1964, it was marketed as a performance car for the common man. Very few people, including Ford officials themselves, could have predicted just how popular the nameplate would end up being.
As it was somewhat of a budget car, it was no surprise that the interior featured some fairly uninviting materials. And that’s why Carlex Design decided to update the trim of this 1967 Fastback.
The upgrade includes revisions to the panels, gauges and steering wheel as well as new upholstery for the seats. Carbon-fibre, nubuck leather, and silver and chrome fittings serve to break the overpowering shade of black. Carlex was set on not dramatically altering the overall design of the interior, but nevertheless added a set of gauges to the A-pillar.
Other than a more modern suspension setup, this Mustang features no mechanical upgrades, with Carlex Design keen to keep it as original as possible. It’s assumed that the revision was simply a side project, but private owners of classic Mustangs should be able to convince the design house to revise their models if they ask nicely enough…