The Ford Motor Company bears the crown of introducing the “pony car” to the world with their Mustang model, which influences the muscle car market to date. Debuting in 1964, the Mustang is the longest running nameplate by Ford. It was developed under the watchful eye of famed American automotive executive Lee Iacocca. The Mustang is currently on its sixth generation of production and the car featured here belongs to the very first generation Mustang. This well preserved example of a 1968 Ford Mustang 289ci Coupe is located in New York and reported to have a numbers matching engine, transmission, and rear end. The engine and transmission are said to have never been rebuilt, and the car's interior is reported to be completely original as well. This 68' Stang is for sale by its third owner with under 97,000 miles on its clock.
The Mustang exterior was improved to appear larger throughout 1967 to 1973. For the 1968 model year, the Mustang was granted revised side scoops, steering wheel, gasoline caps and side marker lights. Our subject 1968 Ford Mustang boast a white exterior and black vinyl roof, which is original. Overall, this Mustang has never been restored or refreshed besides its paint. It also sport factory steel style GT wheels shod with new BF Goodrich radial tires. Behind the front wheels are power disc brakes with power booster and rear wheels are equipped with drum brakes. The simple interior of this 1968 Ford Mustang 289ci Coupe is black themed and can provide seating for five passengers. On the center console is the functioning original factory radio and the dash is equipped with two large gauges and three smaller ones. New white trunk mats purchased from Classic Car Store can be found in the trunk of the car.
This 1968 Ford Mustang 289ci Coupe rocks a 289ci (4.7L) V8 engine under its hood. It was able to churn out 210 horsepower from the factory and uses an automatic transmission to deliver power to the rear wheels. This engine features a new rebuilt 2 BBL carb and new power steering pump with new high pressure hose. The suspension includes new gas shocks with new leaf springs.
Car Location: New York Reported to be a numbers matching engine, transmission, and rear end Reported to be for sale by the 3rd owners Car has never been restored or refreshed besides the paint Engine is the original 289ci, reported to have never been rebuilt Transmission is the automatic, reported to have never been rebuilt Interior is reported to be all original "Completely Original"- seller New trunk mat purchase from classic car store Factory GT wheels - steel style side wheels Black vinyl roof - original to the car Power disc brakes up front w/ power booster Drum brakes in rear still New Power steering pump w/ new high pressure hose Original factory radio - still functions New gas shocks w/ new leaf springs New rebuilt 2 BBL carb New BF Goodrich radial tires
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