For sale is a real 1968 Mustang GT 390 Convertible. See Marti report. VERY RARE. Much more fastback and coupe S-Codes were made than the convertibles. Very well maintained car. Lots of documentation/receipts/photos, even the build sheet! We are the 4th owners of the vehicle. 95XXX original miles. Car was originally gold and is now a factory Wimbledon white with burgundy deluxe interior
It is an older restoration (15 years or so), so paint has some minor defects up close in some areas. At that time the engine was rebuilt, seats were reupholstered. A lot has been done on it since it was restored. In the past year a lot has been replaced. This includes a new radiator and hoses, shocks, cylinder covers and gaskets, convertible top and hydraulics, floor mats, many new gaskets, oil change, and much much more. Car has been newly polished. New front and rear bumpers. Too much to list. Lots of money has been put into this car.
I believe all of the GT chrome parts are original to the car.
Comes with power brakes and power steering as it came from the factory. Vehicle runs and drives great. Very reliable, have never had a problem starting it. No overheating issues or leaks. Engine is strong. Lots of torque. Underbody is very clean.
Everything works on the car except for the clock! Car is pretty much stock except for the aftermarket radio.
Please ask for more photos or come take a look at it!
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