This is a rare west coast classic born and raised 1968 Mustang convertible V-8 that has been well taken care of since new. It is super straight and clean as a car being from the west coast with only one older repaint to original color. It does not get any better than factory candy-apple red, red interior and GT wheels. It looks fantastic.
Interior is all original, top was replaced at the time of repaint some 23 or so years ago - New zip-in back plastic window comes with car.
Paint has aged well but is long in the tooth for a refresh. It has its age-related dings, dents, a small parking lot mishap on the drivers side front fender, but it still shines and gets a tremendous amount of attention going down the road.
This Mustang runs and drive nice and is ready to enjoy right now or with an easy fresh paint job would no doubt win many trophies at any car show or gathering.
Fly in and drive home or we can arrange world-wide shipping for you!
2 owner car - same (last) owner for over 23 years
Rust free, wreck free, matching numbers (original) drive-train
Built at San Jose, California plant
Delivered new to La Mesa, California
Runs and drives great - Very original with great patina
Factory 302 4-bbl car - one year only build (1968) Same engine that was used on all 1968 Shelby Mustang GT 350 built cars!
Please contact us for any additional information, pictures, etc.
Won't last long - Factory V-8 convertibles that are original and in this condition are getting very hard to find.
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