1968 Ford Mustang GT Convertible REAL J-CODE 302ci GT PONY CAR
And,,, a 4-Spd Manual Transmission Very Limited Production, 1.05%
of Mustangs were Deluxe Convertibles, Even Less were Factory GTs.
We have ordered the Marti Report and will be receiving it shortly.
Beautiful Highland Green over Parchment Interior J-Code 302ci 4-bbl
as born with 4-Spd Manual GT Styled Wheels and Center Caps Power
Top Fog Lamps Dual Exhaust Long Term Prior Ownership Well Kept Car
Over The Years that Shows Extremely Well with Much to Be Proud Of.
1968 Ford Mustang GT The 1968 Mustang GT was a special options
package that could be added to any Mustang with the 302 cubic inch
or 390 cubic inch V8 engines. The elements of the 1965-67 Mustang
GT equipment group carried over into 1968. The 302-cubic-inch V8
version was known at the GT package and the much more powerful 390
cubic inch V8 was known as the GT390. Other elements of the package
included the addition of grille mounted fog lights, dual exhaust, a
new stripe, heavy duty suspension, new wheels, a new GT gas cap,
and newly styled GT quarter panel emblems. The GT Reflective Group
option was available which changed the side stripes to a reflective
material and added reflective paint to the steel styled wheels. The
stripe moved up into the body and got a new "C" shape to match the
body sculpting, and all the GTs rode on 14 inch GT steel styled
wheels (6-inch-wide) and wide oval tires. Ford offered the package
for the hardtop coupe, the convertible, and the fastback. In Car
and Driver testing, an automatic-equipped GT-390 posted a 0-60 mph
time of 6.3 seconds and a quarter-mile time of 14.8 seconds. Of
course, the 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback became famous thanks to
the 1968 film Bullitt, starring Steve McQueen. In the film, McQueen
drove a modified 1968 Mustang GT 2+2 Fastback chasing a Dodge
Charger through the streets of San Francisco. As you can see, The
'68 Mustang is a Special Blend of Vintage, Muscle, and Iconic
Heritage. A true American Example of our beloved Interest and
Fascination with Automobiles.
1968 Ford Mustang
Location:Hilton, New York
Exterior Color:Highland Green
Interior Color:Parchment White
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