This good-looking 1968 Mustang coupe is proof that you don't need to spend a big pile of money to get a great-looking and driving early pony car. With a willing 289 and an appealing color scheme, this is a fun and fast summertime cruiser that will serve you well for years to come.
Paint and bodywork have been freshened recently, and the handsome medium blue paint this car current wears compliments the coupe body style extremely well. Done in two-stage urethane, it does nothing to diminish those timeless Mustang curves, and makes this one look a lot more grown up than some of its siblings, and it doesn't need stripes or spoilers to make its point. The paint is probably better than the original enamel, and there were no colors in the 1968 catalog that glowed like this one does in the sunlight. You can easily spot a '68 Mustang with its side marker lights, and few enthusiasts will argue that 1968 wasn't a high point for Ford stylists were all the details came together just right. Chrome is bright, the stainless has been polished, and all the Mustang badges have been properly placed following the repaint. Familiar three-element taillights make it easy to spot from a distance, but you should ... Please ask for the full description.