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Ford offered 5-year/50,000 mile powertrain warranty.
Thunderbird added a four-door Landau with rear-hinged "suicide" back doors to its line-up.
The full-size 67 Fords get a restyle.
The 67 Mustang got new lower-body sheetmetal and offered a big-block 390 V-8, 320 hp option for the first time.
Carroll Shelby produced two Shelby Mustangs in 1967; the GT-350 with a 290-horse 289 V-8 and the GT-500 with the big-block 428 engine that advertised 355-horses, but many experts that this number was low.
Total production for Ford in 1967 was 1,730,224. The company suffered a 65-day strike in the Fall; 159,000 workers were idled.
Paul Harvey Ford of Chicago ran a 1967 Ford Fairlane 427 hardtop coupe on the National Hot Rod Association dragstrips with good times in the low 1.9s at 127 mph. However, the times were not good enough to be really competitive with the Hemi-powered MoPars. Other racing teams had much more success running the Fairlane 427s on the NASCAR high-speed ovals, winning at the Riverside 500, Daytona 500, and the Atlanta 500.