The 1968 Mustang was introduced in September of 1967. The car was offered in three body styles – hardtop, fastback and convertible, all of which offered passenger seating for four. The Mustang was offered with the choice of either a six- or eight-cylinder engine configuration. In 1968, Ford produced 42,325 examples of the Mustang in fastback form. Nineteen sixty-eight marked the last year of the slimmer profile Mustangs, in 1969 they were restyled and became bigger cars.
1968 Ford Mustang GT
Sold For $47,300Inclusive of applicable buyer's fee.
- 390-cid, 325-hp V-8 engine
- Wide-ratio four-speed manual transmission
- Built in San Jose
- Originally delivered in Los Angeles
- Gulfstream Aqua
- Power steering and front-disc brakes
- Two-tone bucket vinyl seats
- Falken performance radial tires
- American Racing Shelby aluminum wheels
This 1968 Ford Mustang GT has been restored and is presented in Gulfstream Aqua. The car rides on Falken performance radial tires which are mounted on American Racing Shelby aluminum wheels. The Mustang is powered by a 390-cid, 325-h V-8 engine which is paired to a wide-ratio four-speed manual transmission. Power options on the car include steering and front-disc brakes. The car was built in San Jose and originally delivered in Los Angeles where it’s spent most of its life until a few years ago. The interior of the car is completed in a two-tone vinyl featuring bucket seats, a wood-rimmed steering wheel, radio and seatbelts.