Gateway Classic Cars of San Antonio/Austin is happy to offer this
1968 Ford Mustang coupe. The Ford Mustang is the longest-surviving
breed of classic American pony car-and the generation that started
the line has aged well. The inline-six cylinder engine with a
Holley carburetor in the '68 is mated to a 3-speed automatic makes
it a pleasure to drive. It generates plenty of torquey power yet
runs smooth and can be tuned to get decent fuel economy. Cornering
is a thrill, instead of going nose-down into a turn like the
V-8-powered brute, the nimble six-cylinder Mustang hugs the curves
like they're old friends. Changes for the 1968 model increased
safety with a two-spoke energy-absorbing steering wheel, along with
newly introduced shoulder belts. Other changes included front and
rear side markers, "FORD" lettering removed from the hood, rearview
mirror moved from frame to windshield. The front bucket seats and
rear bench are trimmed in two-tone green upholstery, with
coordinated door panels, carpeting, and trim. The 14" black painted
wheels with chrome center caps are wrapped in a whitewall 195/75s
radial tires on all four corners. Under the hood is well organized
featuring a painted blue block with a green valve cover that
matches the interior. A two-spoke steering wheel sits ahead of
instrumentation that includes a 120-mph speedometer and additional
auxiliary gauges that include the oil-pressure, battery charge,
fuel level and coolant temperature The five-digit odometer shows
64k miles. If you are looking for a driver quality 1st generation
Mustang coupe, this '68 could be the example for you.
1968 Ford Mustang
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