The Ford Mustang, an American automotive icon, is still revered in the hearts of many and continues to live on in modern times. But the classic Mustangs that brought glory to the heralded name are yet some of the most valuable works of American automobiles and haven't faded in their cultural relevance. This particular 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible is now up for grabs and looks as great as it did when it first rolled out of the factory. Sporting its original interior, an engine that was completely rebuilt less than 6,000 miles ago, and a recent oil change, according to the current owner. With a new set of tires as well as a power convertible top, this car is in great shape and has aged well, with 81,226 miles on the clock. Still going strong, this is a Mustang that just won't quit.
This Mustang's blue exterior works well with its retro 1960s design. Its strong angles and white elements exude a touch of elegance, making the car an exciting head-turner, and the minimal Mustang badging works well with the overall look of the car. Hints of metallic and chrome pieces are there, and a keen eye would reveal the tires and wheels being new. As for the car's interior, the current owner reports it to be the original one that it rolled out of the factory with. The only exception for this is the audio system with Bluetooth functionality, but the original radio is reportedly available as well, although not hooked up to the car. Otherwise, the car's white interior is a strong throwback with its retro and analog aesthetic that's a treat to be in.
Hosting a big American V8 at the front, this Mustang has plenty of muscle to flex, thanks to its 289ci V8 engine, Best of all, it's paired with an automatic transmission. Collectors would appreciate that the car comes with matching numbers and channels its power to the rear wheels, all while keeping the driver stay fully engaged and connected with the vehicle, producing a world of thrills and plenty of smiles for the journey.
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