The refurbished Gen 1 Mustang began with the 1967 model and was the
first redesign of the original Mustang concept. The overall size,
interior and cargo space were increased and exterior trim changes
included concave taillights and side scoops. This 1968 Mustang was
fully restored (2017) and received significant upgrades to many
mechanical components. (A binder of facts and info is included with
the car.) Under the hood, a blueprinted '331 Stroker' Windsor is
fitted with quality pieces including a forged crank, Keith Black
flat top pistons and FITech 'smart' fuel injection. The valve train
is based on CompCams components - a Stage 3 camshaft
(.493/.500/262), hydraulic lifters, roller rockers and performance
valve springs. Exhaust is managed by tube headers, 2-1/2" H-pipes
and free-flowing Summit mufflers. An electric fan provides cooling.
This potent motor is backed by a high-torque T-5 'World Class'
5-speed manual w/CNC hydraulic clutch and an 8" Ford 'open'
differential with 3.80:1 gearing. The chassis is fitted with manual
steering, disc/drum brakes w/proportion valve, Shelby 'drop' front
suspension, front sway bar, QA1 rear shocks and traction bars. This
'Boss Hoss' is built to run. The solid body was professionally
resprayed 2-stage Wimbledon White and the outstanding finish is
accented with new badging and 17x8 American Torque Thrust II alloys
w/BFGoodrich G-Force Comp radial tires. The interior is
first-class. Enhancements include custom tan vinyl, 'wood grain'
dash w/gauge package, original-style AM/FM radio, overhead console,
3-spoke wheel, loop carpet, shoulder harness belts and a classic
Hurst shifter. The trunk space has also been carefully upholstered
to match. This sharp Mustang will look great in your driveway and
also provide you with some serious performance moments. ALL
VEHICLES SOLD "AS IS".
1968 Ford Mustang
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Wimbledon White
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