The first redesign of the original Mustang concept was released for
the 1967 model year. It was offered as a coupe, a 2+2 fastback and
a convertible. The overall size, interior and cargo space were
increased and exterior trim changes included concave taillights and
side scoops. A partial restoration of this nice Gen2 coupe began in
2010 and was completed with final engine work in 2022.
The body was repainted Candy Apple Red and is fitted with the
'Sprint' fog light package, turn-signal hood and 15" chrome REV
Classic alloys that mount BFGoodrich T/A Radials. The interior was
reupholstered in black vinyl and a classic wood grain wheel was
installed. The dash holds a full compliment of factory gauges and
the JVC-HDR/60 stereo system plays AM/FM/CD w/Bluetooth. The
Mustang is powered by a built 302 Ford Windsor with numerous
upgrades that include a Ford hi-rise aluminum manifold, Holly
600CFM, Tri-Y tube headers and Summit exhaust system. The stock cam
was replaced with to a Melling High Performance 24212 hydraulic
flat-tappet stick that performs well with an automatic transmission
(.458/.457 lift and 297/297 degree duration). Behind the 302 is a
C4 3-speed automatic transmission and 8" differential w/3.00:1
gears. The chassis is fitted with manual steering and power
disc/drum brakes. This is a well thought-out Mustang performance
package that will look right at home in your garage. ALL VEHICLES
SOLD "AS IS".
1968 Ford Mustang
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Exterior Color:Candy Apple Red
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