You are viewing a gorgeous 1968 Ford Mustang Coupe! This beautiful Mustang has 97,000 original miles on the body. This Mustang is super clean rust free and has been extremely well maintained over the years! This Mustang has been restored to awesome daily driver condition with many new parts including much chrome, shelby wheels,weatherstripping, fiberglass deck lid, chin spoiler and hood. This car has been modified into somewhat of a Shelby tribute featuring outstanding workmanship, excellent paint, beautiful body lines, all gaps are very nice, the paint is about two or three years old but still looks much closer to being brand new! This outstanding Mustang is equipped with a powerful 289 engine and C4 automatic transmission the engine and transmission have both been rebuilt and have less than 700 miles on them. The engine build features Flat top pistons. Victor jr heads crane pro cam, And lifters. Bored 30 over. Cleievite 77 bearings, Stock crank, and many new external engine components. The car runs and drives excellent and can be driven anywhere although with such low mileage on the drivetrain, we suggest it should be broken in slowly. All glass is in good condition interior is clean And everything works as it should. This is an outstanding daily driver restoration and this 1968 Mustang would make any first generation Mustang into see us proud!.
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We are in Mustang restoration facility for nearly 30 years, and ended up taking this very nice Mustang in a partial trade towards one of our signature ground up Restorations. Please see our website for more information about our company and the services we provide
This super clean and nicely restored 1968 to 89C for automatic transmission Mustang is priced to sell so that someone will get an amazing end of summer deal.
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