TITLE DOCUMENTED, MARTI REPORT, CORRECT HIGHLAND GREEN, 289 V8, SUPER NICE CAR!
Authentic, beautiful, and exceptionally clean, this 1968 Ford Mustang convertible is a turnkey attention grabber, and it has been maintained so well that you could be showing this one off every day.
Highland Green is the color you want your Mustang. It's a one-year only hue that is shared with the Bullitt Mustang, and it pays tribute to Ford's industrial history. Only 2,175 convertibles received this now iconic color, and the respect for its history is why there was such a professional re-spray of this car's factory-correct color. You can see the quality in the gloss and deep luster that comes when the sunlight hits it. But as shiny as the paint is, it's no match for stellar condition of the chrome on places like the bumpers, grill, taillight surround, rocker panels, and the Mustang badging on the fender. This one also doesn't miss out on the details either with the Mustang's iconic styled steel wheels, and the Deluxe hood with functional turn signals for the driver embedded in the vents.
Inside this Mustang feels premium and very original. The black vinyl bucket seats look great and retain the nice ribbed pattern that's repeated in the back seat and on the doors. The factory center console shows little wear and adds to the top-quality feeling. The driver gets the great round gauge package that came on later versions of the first-gen Mustangs, and ahead of that we are delighted to see no one has traded the original premium steering wheel for an aftermarket unit. In fact, the only major component that did not come from the factory is AM/FM radio. This upgrade to a more versatile digital tuner blends nicely into the original knob-style radio opening. All the rubber on the glass feels fresh, and so it fits well with the snug black vinyl power folding roof. Of course on any sunny day, you can open this Mustang to with world with just the touch of a button.
This is a C-code Mustang, and so you get the famous 289 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. This one has all the right factory elements like the blue block and air cleaner, but it also has a bit of upgraded flash with the performance valve covers. But what really should excite the driver in you is that all the belts, hoses, and wires look fresh and tidy - a true sign of good maintenance. This Mustang is built to get the most out of its V8 with the howl of the H-pipe dual exhaust and control of the three-speed manual transmission. And you'll enjoy the ride thanks to power steering and BF Goodrich T/A tires at all four corners.
There were only 822 Mustangs built in '68 with this color/trim combination. This is a rare gem that backs up its pedigree with title documentation back to the 1970's and a Marti Report. So as much as you are going to enjoy driving this Mustang convertible, you'll enjoy showing it off even more. Call today!!!
Power Top, Heat, Vinyl Interior, Power Steering, Seatbelts, AM/FM Radio
Marti Report, Title Documentation
- Engine Type
- Engine Size
- 289 V8
- Transmission Type
- 3 Speed Manual
- Fuel Specification
- Body Color
- Highland Green
- Body Style
- Paint Type
- 31,213 (Unknown)
- Interior Color
- Seating Type
- Seat Material
- Shifter Type
- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
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