The recipe is simple: take one vintage Mustang, add a V8, fill it with accessories, then dress it in handsome blue paint. In reality, the application of the recipe is somewhat more challenging, but this 1968 Ford Mustang coupe absolutely nails it. This pony isnt about investments and numbers-chasing, its about traditional Mustang performance. And a big part of that appeal is making one of the greatest designs of all time into something that makes people stop in their tracks. This great-looking blue Mustang is extremely well done and its likely that no 1968 Mustang ever had paint this shiny on the showroom floor. Its quite fresh, having been completed in the not-too-distant past, and the subtle color suits the low-key coupe just fine. Look closely and youll find a few minor flaws, but Im pleased to see that they let the original shape speak for itself, and it speaks beautifully. Gaps are very good, the panels are straight, and there arent many Americans who cant imagine themselves behind the wheel of this coupe. Chrome and stainless is quite nicely done, giving this coupe a high-quality look that isnt just an illusion, with some parts, such as the door handles, likely being original. Forget show cars, this one is built to drive and youll love the way it looks going down the road. The fairly stock look inside is a result of blending original and reproduction pieces seamlessly to give it a very inviting look. Most of the soft components are recent, including the seat covers and carpets, while the door panels appear to be reproduction pieces that look right. WE like the no-nonsense look of this coupe, and that includes the shifter right on the transmission tunnel. For entertainment, theres a powerful AM/FM/cassette stereo, although if youre like many of us, youll never use it. The big three-spoke steering wheel is an aftermarket piece that seems right at home here, and the original gauges are still keeping track of things under the hood. The neat trunk is finished with a reproduction mat and thanks to the slightly larger size of the 67-68 cars, theres plenty of room for your gear. The VIN says this car should be carrying a 289 cubic inch V8 with a 2-barrel carb, but at some point it acquired a great running 302 cubic inch unit instead. Its a direct swap and if you dont check the numbers, nobody will ever know. It was bored .040 oversize during the rebuild and includes an Edelbrock intake and 4-barrel carburetor as well as a set of long-tube headers to help add some extra power. Equipped with a chrome dress-up kit, the car delivers on the performance promises made by the appealing blue paint. It runs extremely well, with smooth torque befitting the semi-formal coupe, but a ripping performance soundtrack when youre running hard. The C4 3-speed automatic transmission shifts crisply and makes this an effortless cruiser and the brakes have been upgraded with a dual master cylinder for safety. A mellow-sounding dual exhaust system gives it that traditional Mustang sound and it sports dual chrome tips under the rear valence, which is correct for 1968. Period Torque Thrust wheels look right and carry 215/70/15 BFGoodrich radials. This is the Mustang youve been dreaming about since you were nine years old. Go ahead; at this price, its about time you owned a Mustang. Give us a call today!
This pro-built Pro-Touring 1968 Ford Mustang coupe has every trick you could want under its glowing blue skin. Trading on a Shelby-esque look, it packs serious firepower in the form of an injected 5.0 small block, a highly functional interior, and a reworked suspension thatll keep it tight with some pretty serious hardware. Sometimes you know a car is right from the start, and this is one of those cars. With bright electric blue paint and very subtle ghost stripes, it will certainly stand out anywhere it goes, but it also nails the stance and adds a few custom details that will make necks snap back for a second look. Shelby-style details include a billet grille with built-in fog lights, faired-in scoops on the quarter panels, and the glassed-in ducktail spoiler out back looks especially trick when combined with sequential Thunderbird (Shelby) taillights. Of course, it goes without saying that the bodywork underneath is very nicely done and the paint has been buffed to a brilliant shine that shows off the vivid blue finish to great effect. The hood was inspired by the late-model GT500 Super Snake, plus a deep chin spoiler thats a cool change from the usual stuff. A custom rear roll pan, shaved door handles, and a billet fuel filler give it a very custom look without losing its Mustang identity. Youll be absolutely blown away by the upgrades inside. Deeply bolstered buckets from a late-model Mustang have been upholstered in white leather with pony embroidery on the headrests, and the rear bench has been finished to match. The door panels look especially slick and the dashboard is full of Auto Meter gauges. A tilt steering column and a wood-rimmed 3-spoke steering wheel make it easy to get comfortable, and your hand will naturally fall on the custom shifter for the 5-speed manual gearbox. A custom center console blends old and new seamlessly and a Pioneer AM/FM/Bluetooth stereo with speakers scattered throughout the interior sounds awesome. In back, the trunk is neatly finished with custom enclosures for the subwoofers and amplifiers making it a show-stopper all by itself. But the hardware is the real star of this show. The engine is a fuel-injected crate 5.0 fortified for combat. Installed about 3000 miles ago, it features mostly factory hardware that makes it bulletproof reliable and very torquey around town. A custom intake snorkel looks trick and the engine has a monochromatic paint job that seems right for this extroverted Mustang. With factory engine controls, it starts instantly and idles well, and there are bottomless reserves of torque that make this coupe legitimately quick. The Tremec 5-speed manual transmission was installed at the same time as the engine and gives this vintage pony a very up-to-date feel. With upgrades like rack-and-pinion steering, oversized sway bars, and stiffer shocks and springs, handling is exceptional. Four-wheel discs provide all the stopping power youll need, and with block-hugging headers and Flowmasters, youll have no problems getting attention. The rear end is a 9-inch with 3.50 gears inside and it sits on 18-inch Torque Thrust wheels with grippy 235/40/18 performance radials. A vintage pony with a slick look and performance to back it up, this coupe offers a lot of performance for a lot less than it would cost to build your own. Like what you see? Call us for all the details!
If you are a Mustang aficionado, then you know how special this car is. If you are a fan, but not sure how special an S code 68 convertible is, then read on, and read up on it. This car is not only beautiful in its factory original colors, but awesome powerful with its factory correct big block engine and 4-speed gearbox. It doesnt get much better than this. And just in time for summer! This is a real deal, documented, GT convertible. The badge on the front fender is legitimate and therefore comes with all the upgrades that make the GT package so desirable. The badge, the GT stripe, and the fog lights are the visible differences on the body. And isnt that body beautiful in its fresh Acapulco Blue paint? The light of the sun or the streetlights catch the creases in the hood and the tops of the fenders as it moves down the street. Up front a thin chrome bumper adds a bit of its own sparkle and the grill is trimmed in chrome with the galloping Mustang in the center flanked by those fog lights. At the rear, a special GT gas cap flips open rather than being unscrewed, and those iconic three segment taillights are underlined by another shiny bumper and quad chrome exhaust tips. The Parchment white convertible top looks perfect with the blue and looks great whether it is up or down. Open the door and you will find the same gorgeous Parchment white in the interior. The door panel has a pleated center with a wood accent panel surrounded by smooth vinyl, divided by thin chrome piping. A two-spoke steering wheel looks classy sitting in front of the wood toned dash with a parchment lower. The gauges are clearly visible nestled back in their pods away from the glare of the sun and trimmed in chrome. Bucket seats are comfortable with pleated centers and smooth edging, and a center console has been added for a bit of extra storage along with the convenience of a cup holder. The blue carpeting looks great and gets back to the beautiful color combo that the blue and parchment are together. But if you grab that Hurst shifter and start stirring it around while romping on the gas, you will become much more focused on how fast this car is, and less focused on how good it looks. S code means that this car was delivered with a 390 cubic inch big block engine that makes 325 horsepower and 427 lb-ft of torque. In practical terms, that means hang on tight if you decide to cut it loose! Ask your salesperson about the detailed engine casting information for this car that will be of interest to collectors and engine builders. The engine is all stock and glorious in Ford engine blue with a chrome air topper and chrome Powered by Ford valve covers added for a little flash. The engine bay itself is nicely detailed out with the correct stickers on the air filter housing, shock tower, and firewall. Power flows back through a 4-speed manual transmission to a Ford 9-inch, limited slip rear end with 3.25 gears. The GT package includes heavy duty springs and shocks front and rear, as well as a bigger front sway bar and front disc brakes. The rubber meets the road through 205/75R14 tires mounted on GT wheels all around. A classic Mustang convertible in a beautiful color combination with an awesome big block GT package. Call or come down and check this car out. You may be glad you did.
This car is very rare, very correct, and very well done. So be sure to check out the binder full of documentation that includes a very thorough professional appraisal report as well as the Marti Report, the original invoice, the factory build sheet, restoration photos, and receipts for those details. Sunlit Gold is not only a beautiful color, its one you dont see too often and is the factory correct code 3073-A color for this car. The fenders, quarters, and floor pans are all original and the paintjob is a very well executed BC/CC with restoration photos documenting the job nicely. Correct Shelby GT500 badging starts up front with Shelby in letters. Fog lights are set in the grill and all the chrome trim as well as the bumper shines bright. The hood has a big double scoop to gather up air for the beast within, is held down with twisting hood pins, and has vents to let the hot air out. There is a Shelby Cobra on the front fender and GT500 stripes in white along the rockers. The view from the rear is unique Shelby with six chamber sequential taillights on each side of a Cobra gas cap with Shelby in script on the trunk lid and dual chrome exhaust tips peeking out from under the bumper. The car sits on the dealer optional 10 spoke wheels with Cobra centers and fresh Cooper Cobra tires. Open the door and you will find the code 6F Saddle Dcor group interior that compliments the Sunlit Gold nicely. The door panel sets the theme in a two-tone treatment with a woodgrain panel trimmed in chrome piping and ribbed chrome dresses out the bottom. The original and correct two-spoke steering wheel with a Shelby center is mounted on a swing-away column. The dash is stock and super clean with a wood grain upper with all the chrome trim and controls looking good and shining bright. Ventilation controls include those for the factory optional Selectaire air conditioning which was only available in conjunction with the automatic transmission. So, the T-handle for that trans rises out of a beautiful wood grain center console that includes Stewart Warner gauges for oil pressure and charging amperage at the front with a nice Cobra armrest on top of the storage compartment. The seats are freshly recovered and the factory roll bar sports the original, and matching, shoulder harnesses. Open the hood and you will find one of those precious 428 Cobra Jet engines nestled down in an engine bay as nicely restored and detailed out as the outside of the car. It starts with the oval Cobra air cleaner sitting on top of the C8ZF Holley 4-barrel carburetor with its tag still in place. A C7AE cast iron intake sends the mixture to a date correct engine along with Cobra LeMans crinkle finish finned valve covers that help keep the oil cool. Original exhaust manifolds get the spent gasses out and power flows back through that C6 automatic trans to the traction-lok rear end. The chassis is nicely painted and detailed out too and all the suspension components are new. Power steering and power front disc brakes assure that you can maneuver and stop this car easily and effectively and the rubber meets the road through 325/60R15s mounted on those gorgeous 10-spoke wheels. Very desirable and nicely restored with extensive documentation. This one could be yours. Come on down and check it out.
1968 Ford Mustang Resto Mod, Extreme Bullit Edition. Roush 427R-132 600 HP powered street machine with a Richmond 6-speed transmission and 9 Ford rear end filled with 3.73 gears. Frame connectors. Carbon Fiber, chrome moly steel 12 point roll cage. This is a very radical ride! Complete custom front suspension with tubular upper and lower a-arms, and adjustable shocks. A full compliment of Autometer Guages, integrated into the factory dash pods. Corbou Racing Seat with 5 point harnesses. The body is the correct Highland Green. The wheels are 17 American Torque Thrust with black spokes and wrapped in Michelin Pilot Sport rubber. This truly would be a car that Steve McQueen would approve of, if he were still alive!
The last of the '67 Ford Shelby GT500 EXP notchback coupes known as "Little Red" is set for restoration
1968 Ford Mustang 2 Door Coupe S Code. Black car, black interior, with standard buckets. Options for this car include 4-speed manual transmission, console, power steering, AM radio, tinted glass, deluxe seat belts, and heavy duty suspension. This S code was originally equipped with a 390 ci engine, but now a 1968 428 Cobra Jet resides in its place and is backed by the factory 4-speed transmission and a 9 Ford rear end, filled with 3.00 gears. The bottom side of this car is just as well detailed as the top side. Magnum 500 wheels and BFG tires. This is one Trick Pony, thats ready to turn loose on the highway!
A real-deal 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 is already a hot commodity. So when you discover one thats a genuine barn find with a celebrity story, well then, this highly documented survivor is a truly unique opportunity for a true collector. Theres just no mistaking the Shelby look. The custom fiberglass hood; the functional side scoops; the Marchal fog lights; all the snake-bitten badging; and the molded rear deck lid - it all makes an impressive statement. Plus, everyone already loves a Wimbledon White Mustang, so to have the original application still on this Shelby makes this one an object other collectors will lust after. The blue rocker triple stripe is a Shelby hallmark and is a nod to Americas racing legacy. This in-demand color combo wears its history, but thats part of this cars appeal. Its a true survivor and barn find. Harold Brewer, a collector and car dealer out of Ohio, purchased the car from the original owner in the late 60s when this Shelby was still fairly new. He enjoyed it for a few years. He sold it in 74 only to get it back shortly thereafter. Harold passed away suddenly in 1975. His widow Betty stored the car in an enclosed shop/garage on their property. It would remain nearly frozen in time for four decades with less than 3k miles added to the odometer during that time. In fact, most of Bettys family didnt know the car existed, and her nephew only discovered the GT500 when Betty had him go through the storage on her property. Once she passed, the nephew put the GT500 up for sale, and the person who came knocking was Richard Rawlings of Fast and Loud. So if this Shelby coupe looks familiar, its because this barn find is also a TV star. The interior is just as much a survivor as the exterior. In fact, we are hard pressed to see anything that has been replaced in this time capsule. These Shelbys were a fine place to spend some time because they received the Mustangs deluxe interior with some special additions. This means features like wood grained appliqus on the door, dash, and steering wheel. Even the center console still has the coiled snake emblem embossed on the armrest. This car even has the rare Tilt-Away steering option! A folding rear seat, overhead roll bar, and shoulder harnesses are all Shelby must-haves. Open the lightweight fiberglass deck lid, and youll even find a correct mat, complete jack assembly, and original space-saver spare tire ready for show duty. Under the hood is exactly what you want to see. This is Fords big 428 cubic-inch V8 borrowed from the Police Interceptor package. This shows all signs of being original. In fact, the date code for the motor is January 11 Carroll Shelbys birthday! This is in line with the cars January 31th build date. It still carries all the great Cobra pieces on the fined air cleaner and valve covers. In fact, its originality goes right down to the correct Holley four-barrel carburetor. The original three-speed automatic transmission, front disc brakes, power steering, and a beefed-up suspension give this GT500 the potential to be a terrific all-around performance classic. But on a survivor-grade car like this, any changes to make it a cruiser should be well documented. For example, this has some replacement parts, dont fret, originals come with the sale. Something this special needs all the right paperwork. Thats why it comes with the Ford line sheet, Shelby order sheets, Marti Report, and much more. This is the ultimate collectible Shelby Mustang. So you may want to call today, because youll regret when its gone tomorrow! Call now!
This 1968 Ford Mustang is does it right. It offers a distinct color package, upgraded V8 power, and the right extras all for such a nice price. This Mustang really has a great period-correct premium appearance. The color is similar to the Highland Green that was only offered on the first-gen in 68. And that gold C-channel stripe is another great piece of period-correct presentation upgraded for outstanding coordination. Plus, this has all the right bright work, like the form-fitting bumpers and full rocker panel covers. The shine even helps emphasize some of the sporty elements of the coupe, like the more aggressive front on the 68 and the iconic Mag-style wheels with pony center caps. Its a total package that gives this Mustang a distinct look without losing that vintage charm. The interior has been completely restored using the correct panels, so it will feel exactly like the best nostalgia on the crisp door cards, fresh carpeting, and taut seating. And they got the details right, so you even have great trim everywhere, including on the deluxe bucket seats. This tan is a terrific coordinating color with the exterior green, and so it even re-appears on the metal parts of the doors. This one looks authentic, right down to the clear gauge package. But dont forget to spot the upgrades, too. Theres an AM/FM/CD stereo to keep everyone happy, and the three-point harnesses in the rear makes this much better for enjoying with family. Plus, the custom leather and chrome steering wheel with the pony etched in the center lets you know this is a drivers machine. When you open the hood, the 302 cubic-inch V8 looks like proper pony car power with its bold blue block, shining valve covers, and matching air topper. If this all looks quite fresh, its because this power plant was rebuilt around 2,000 miles ago. While performing this restoration they also added plenty of performance with a mild cam, Holley four-barrel carburetor, and headers that feed a rumbling X-pipe dual exhaust. The C4 three-speed automatic transmission feels like it was serviced to go along with this performance upgrade. It shifts crisply and likely has a stall to keep you in the optimal power band. They even rebuilt the power steering system and added Wilwood front disc brakes to make this an all-around great cruiser. Heres a distinct and desirable classic thats ready to run for the first person quick enough to harness this well-sorted pony. Call today!!!
Shining paint, a distinct interior, A/C comfort, and plenty of detail work create a very cool classic on this 1968 Ford Mustang. Highland Green is an awesome Mustang color. After all, it was made famous by Steve McQueen in Bullitt. So they really took their time upgrading this one, and it shows. Theres a terrific luster that radiates under our showroom lights, and it looks even better when you get it out in the sunshine. Plus, with the chrome bumpers giving off just as much shine, youll proudly show this classic off everywhere. It even has great details, like the Deluxe hood with functional turn signals. Youll love all the upgrade, like the sporty hood pins, Torq Thrust wheels, and the pinstripe that hints at the interior color. Inside is a highly original presentation, and we understand exactly why. This was ordered as both a premium and distinct coupe. The Ivy Gold and white two-tone in Deluxe trim is a standout all on its own. This one comes with all the best period-correct premium pieces. it includes the center console, wood-like trim, and rare overhead console. Even the factory air conditioning is still keeping everything cool! While this has an amazing factory-style presentation (right down to the working AM radio,) you will see a few subtle but helpful upgrades. This includes an updated wood and chrome sports steering wheel and handy tach on the steering column. This is a C-code Mustang, and so you get Fords 289 cubic-inch V8 under the hood. There has been a nice investment here so that the block, valve covers, and air topper are all extra bright in blue. More than just looking good, there are a host of new parts to keep it running right, including the alternator, belts, fan, and radiator. Its a smooth runner, and so youll really appreciate the great anytime driving features like power steering, automatic transmission, and front disc brakes. This is the classic that has a fantastic appearance on the outside and all the right features within. So you know this is a terrific Mustang for those who love to be seen. Call now!
Sunlit Gold Golden Nugget SpecialThis is a special edition Sunlit Gold 1968 Mustang Golden Nugget Special hardtop. Vin# 8R01J130109 It has the original 302ci V8 and an automatic transmission. "The 1968 Golden Nugget Special or Golden Nugget Limited Edition Mustang was an Oregon/Seattle promotion which took a 1968 hardtop and offered it in Sunlit Gold (color code Y, usually followed with a '5' to indicate the black hood, and special order number 1111 after the 74 DSO found on the door data tag) although any of the standard or special Mustang colors could be ordered. Also with this package came the louvered hood with black painted inserts, black vinyl top, a black interior, and featured unique golden plaques on the dashboard with the original owner's name engraved. 481 Golden Nugget Limited Edition Mustangs were actually produced of the 525 scheduled to be offered through the promotion. More pictures are available to the potential buyer."
Call Austin 863-226-8590 1968 Ford Mustang J Code 302 EngineAutomatic TransmissionBucket Seats & ConsoleRallye Wheels with New TiresDeluxe InteriorNew ChromeNew PPG Deltron Rangoon Red Base CoatHighly Detailed Engine BayFinancing available-up to 7 years, as low as 6.0%!Call Austin 863-226-8590
Bid Online for this vehicle at Bid.WheelerAuctionGroup.com 1968 Ford Mustang CS California Special Coupe Year: 1968 Make: Ford Model: Mustang Body Style: Coupe California Special VIN: 8RO1C150267 Color Exterior: Candy Apple Red Ford # 2008-A Color Interior: Black Interior and Black Vinyl Top Mileage: App. 42,000 Miles to be believed accurate Motor Configuration: 289 2-Barrel Engine Transmission: Automatic Transmission C4 select shift Cruise-O-Matic California Special, a rare factory limited Edition Mustang. Back in 1968, an influential group of West Coast dealers convinced Ford to produce a limited-production Mustang with unique styling cues borrowed from Shelby Mustangs. Called the California Special, it was built with help from Shelby and sold exclusively in the western United States. Ford initially planned to create 5,000 of these vehicles in a five and half month stretch from February to August 1968. However, only 4,188 were produced. Less than 1,000 cars are probably left in existence as of today. The California Special sports the qualities of both a Mustang coupe and a Shelby GT, making it one of the most appreciated classic Mustangs. This 1968 Ford Mustang CS, California Special is restored and finished in classic Candy Apple Red with Black Interior and black vinyl top. It comes with a Matching Numbers 289 ci Engine, Power Steering, Tilt-Away Steering Wheel, Automatic Transmission, Console, Marti Report and copy of the original Ford Invoice. These rare and sought-after California Specials seldom come on the market in this condition. A very nice running and driving car, always a head-turner. Mustang CS California Special, a rare factory limited Edition Mustang. These rare and sought after California Specials seldom come on the market in this condition. Very nice running and driving car, always a head-turner. This vehicle is located in Florida, USA. Bidder/Buyer is responsible for pickup and/or shipping from this location to wherever they want it shipped to.
The Eleanor was made famous in Gone in 60 Seconds and has become a cultural icon ever since. It is based on a 1967 Shelby GT500 fastback. Why This Car Is Special This car is one of the nicest builds weve ever seen here at Skyway Classics. No expense spared, and every nut and bolt is either new or refinished on this car. It is as clean underneath as it is on top. It has classic looks with modern steering, suspension and brakes. Mechanical Starting with the engine, this Mustang has a built 351 Windsor which has been bored and stroked to 427 cubic inches. It is topped off with RHS aluminum heads, air gap intake, Holley carburetor, ceramic coated headers and MSD ignition. A serpentine belt system has been added with billet brackets and pullies. Wilwood 4-wheel power disc brakes will bring this pony car to a stop in a hurry and rack and pinion steering making tight turns a breeze. An aluminum radiator with electric fan keep this big V8 nice and cool. The powerhouse is backed up by a 5-speed manual transmission that runs to a Ford 9 rear end with adjustable coil over shocks. The front end has the shock towers deleted and is also running adjustable coil over shocks and tubular control arms. This car drives more like a 2019 Mustang than a 1968. Interior The interior is all new and is a great blend of old and new. The bucket seats up front fit nicely and match the rear seat and door panels as well as original seats would. The dash is transformed into a Shelby with stainless accents, Shelby badging and a Shelby style steering wheel. An AM/FM/CD player has been installed cleanly into the dash and seat belts have been added for more safety. AutoMeter gauges fit nicely in the dash and give an accurate read of the important engine numbers. Behind the rear seat a custom panel has been made to house speakers for the CD player to surround you with your favorite tunes. Shelby Cobra floor mats have been added to finish off this clean and crisp interior nicely. Exterior The Eleanor body kit used on this car is a high end one with molded in accents. The hood is steel and the quarter panel scoops are part of the panel. These are not cheap bolt on parts. The bumpers have been painted to match and almost disappear from a distance. Shelby badging, quick fill fuel cap and sport mirrors complete the look from the outside. Foose wheels in 17 up front and 18 out back look great and help make this Eleanor Mustang look good from every angle. Conclusion This car is as nice as any you will find. Take a good look at the photos of the underside and under the hood to really understand how well this car was built. So, please call or text at 734-323-9260 or 727-688-1148. We also finance! Check out our financiers here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/financiers In the meantime, check out our Skyway Classics Blogs here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/blog
Why This Car Is Special This 1968 Ford Mustang has a great look and a lot of power. It is an original J code 302 Mustang from the factory. Mechanical The 302 is topped off with aluminum heads, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, Quick Fuel Technologies 4-barrel carburetor, HEI distributor and aluminum radiator. Full-length ceramic coated Hooker headers run to dual exhaust with Flowmaster mufflers give this Mustang a killer muscle car sound, and the power to back it up. An automatic transmission puts power through a Ford 8 rear end and 4-wheel power disc brakes provide the stopping power. Braided fuel lines with AN fittings and a black dress up kit make the engine pop in the clean engine compartment and an Optima Red Top battery provides the cranking power. Interior The black Deluxe vinyl interior is in great shape and has been spruced up with a nice billet aluminum and wood steering wheel. A Sony AM/FM/Cassette player cranks the tunes through Pioneer speakers in the package tray. The trunk is very clean and shows well with a correct plaid trunk mat installed. Exterior Beautiful Dark Gray Metallic paint matches 17 Foose wheels nicely and gives this car a modern muscle car look. Tri-bar halogen headlights not only look great, but also provide better visibility for night driving. Another nice upgrade is the rear valance, which has cutouts for the chrome exhaust tips. Billet cowl covers keep debris out of the cowl and look very modern and cool. Conclusion This Mustang is ready to show and go and needs nothing but a new owner. So, please call or text at 734-323-9260 or 727-688-1148. We also finance! Check out our financiers here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/financiers In the meantime, check out our Skyway Classics Blogs here at https://www.skywayclassics.com/blog
Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando Florida is proud to present this unique 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible Shelby GT 500 KR. Wow! This is a gorgeous total rotisserie restoration on a stunning number matching very rare car. At first glance, the Lime Gold paint with black top pulls you in and looks deep enough to swim in. Arguably one of the most iconic cars of its era, the first-generation Mustang is something that is loved by all car enthusiasts. This Mustang has a healthy number matching 428 CID V8 paired to a smooth shifting C6 Automatic Transmission. The powerplant is more than enough to rip the tires apart and give off exhaust notes that sound like music. This car will get up and go. The interior is a smooth black vinyl to give the interior a nice pop. You ll notice the car is well equipped with the GT Equipment Group, Visibility group, Power Steering, power front disc brakes, tilt away steering column, AM Radio and interior dcor group. As well as Tachometer and trip odometer. This gorgeous pony is cruise ready and break necks of passengers and especially onlookers all around you. If you are in the market for a one of a kind builds, this is a great car for you. This 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible Shelby GT 500 KR is for sale in our Orlando Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (407)771-2000 or email us at Orlando@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Orlando Showroom, located at 635 Century Point Suite 101, Lake Mary, FL 32746. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/ORD/1156/1968-Ford-Mustang-Shelby-GT500-KR
Gateway Classic Cars of Las Vegas is proud to present this remarkable 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 KR for sale in our Las Vegas showroom. This is no regular GT500 this is the KR which stands for King of the Road . These cars demand respect from every other car out on the road. This is a stunning number matching very rare car that is even painted the famous Blue that these mustangs are known for. Only 1571 GT s built in 1968 were KR s, only 96 Shelby GT500 KR s were painted Acapulco Blue, only 94 were built with black knitted bucket seats, only 31 built with A/C. These cars are one of the most iconic cars of its time and even today still influences car designs. This Mustang is powered by the infamous 428 Cobra Jet V8 paired to a C6 Automatic Transmission. This beautiful blue jewel was ordered from the factory in 1968 with the GT equipment group, visibility group, sport deck ear seat, power steering, power front disc brakes, tilt away steering column, AM Radio and Interior dcor group and tinted glass. As well as tachometer and trip odometer, integral roll bar just goes to show that this car was built to rule the herd. If you are in the market for a one of a kind purebred Mustang GT500 KR, this is the one for you! This 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible Shelby GT500 KR is for sale in our Las Vegas Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (702) 830-9215 or email us at LasVegas@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Las Vegas Showroom, located at 6580 S Lindell Road Suite 300, Las Vegas, NV 89118.
Gateway Classic Cars of Philadelphia invites you to check out this 1968 Mustang Convertible. Finished in Wimbledon white with red and black interior. In 1968 this was one of the sharpest rides coming out of Detroit. The 1965 Mustang had set the automotive world on its head. The business and cars in general would never be the same. This Mustang is equipped with power steering and has the deluxe interior. It also has am fm and a power top. The engine is the very dependable 250 CI 6 Cylinder with an automatic transmission. The current owners had the car repainted about 5 years ago. They have done the required maintenance and made some upgrades as well. The convertible top and the exhaust system have both been replaced. The engine and transmission were both rebuilt and have less than 10,000 miles on them respectively. To view this 1968 Mustang Convertible in greater detail, including HD pictures and an HD video shot with the owner putting this car through it s paces, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or our Philadelphia showroom located in West Deptford, NJ. For more information, please call 856-599-4100 or email Philadelphia@GatewayClassicCars.com
Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this very impressive 1968 Ford Mustang Shelby GT500 for sale in our Detroit Showroom. 1968 marked the end of the first-generation Mustang Shelby production. The Shelby GT Mustang was offered as a higher performance model and was introduced into the Mustang line-up in 1965. This Mustang has had every aspect of its originality modified and is a mean machine. The first thing that anyone would notice walking up to this beast is the enormous supercharged 429CID BOSS Ford Hemi Powered V8. The extensive work that has been done to this engine is out of this world. This beast has enough horsepower to pin you to your racing seat at the touch of the throttle. Remember, this is a fully authentic and documented 1968 Shelby Mustang which has underwent extensive modifications to be the biggest and best drag car at your local strip. This powerful Shelby is equipped with a highly modified 3-Speed Automatic C6 Transmission. The rear gear ratio is set up at 4.86 in the rear which allows for neck snapping power off the line. The enormous, sticky Mickey Thompson tires do a great job of keeping this Mustang planted and going in a straight line while flying down the drag strip. With less than 2000 miles since its complete rebuild, this Shelby is guaranteed to turn heads and snap necks on a daily basis. This pretty pony is wrapped in a shiny coat of Black along with metallic-flake gold racing stripes which are a Shelby trademark. This Shelby is also equipped with Power Brakes with a complete Wilwood set-up to ensure a safe stop after exceeding 150MPH in no time. The interior sports a full roll cage with Shelby style racing seats and racing harnesses to make sure you stay strapped in for the ride. This Shelby Mustang is sure to impress its next owner and you will be hard pressed to find one this nice. For more information, including over 100 HD photos and video of this beautiful Shelby Mustang, please visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable staff at 313-982-3100.
For sale in our Louisville Showroom is a 1968 Ford Mustang in Seafoam Green! Upon its debut in 1965, the Ford Mustang was Ford s most successful launch since the Model A. This iconic machine essentially created the term Pony Car and has been influencing the sports car market ever since its birth. It was only anticipated that Ford would sell less than 100,000 Mustangs upon its arrival into the automotive world. They out did those projections by just a few to say the least. Producing over 1 million Mustangs in the first 18 months of production due to the enormous demand. The inside is a very clean, vinyl interior that is equipped with ivy gold bench seats and a floor shifter which sets off this Mustang perfectly, power steering, power brakes with factory front disc brakes, seat belts, rally wheels wrapped in radial tires. This Mustang has more than enough power to get you moving down any road. It is equipped with the original 289 Cubic Inch V8 that has 5000 miles on the recent rebuild and provides a very satisfying rumble as soon as you start this pristine Pony. This potent V8 is matted to a C-4 3 Speed automatic transmission that effortlessly shifts through gears allowing this Mustang to reach cruising speeds with ease. This year was also the first where factory front disc brakes were included! This 1968 Ford Mustang is for sale in our Louisville Showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD Video at www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (812)294-1555 or email us at Louisville@GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Louisville Showroom located at 13576 Blue Lick Rd., Memphis, IN 47143. See more at: https://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/LOU/2019/1968-Ford-Mustang
Gateway Classic Cars is proud to present this excellent 1968 Ford Mustang GT. The first-generation Ford Mustang was manufactured by Ford from March 1964 until 1973. The introduction of the Mustang created a new class of automobile known as the pony car. The Mustang s styling, with its long hood and short deck, proved wildly popular and inspired a host of competition. It was initially introduced on April 17, 1964, as a hardtop and convertible with the fastback version put on sale in August 1964. At the time of its introduction, the Mustang, sharing its underpinnings with the Falcon, was slotted into a compact car segment. With each revision, the Mustang saw an increase in overall dimensions and in engine power. The 1971 model saw a drastic redesign to its predecessors. After an initial surge, sales were steadily declining, as Ford began working on a new generation Mustang. With the onset of the 1973 oil crisis, Ford was prepared, having already designed the smaller Mustang II for the 1974 model year. This new car had no common components with preceding models. This car has recently finished its restoration with only 185 miles since being a finished project. The car originally came from California and is an actual GT from the factory. It has been repainted to the Highland Green with a stylish black stripe painted on the hood. This car has had the original set up and 302 replaced with a 428, 4 speed manual, Ford 9 rear end, and has a 3.73 gearing. The Ram Air hood is functional and adds an aggressive stylish look to this 1st generation Mustang GT. This GT has many upgrades including a digital dash, custom wheels, and even comes with a Marti Report. The suspension has been lowered with Shelby suspension for a more aggressive look. If you want to add something light, fast, with a professional quality build than this is the Gen 1 Mustang for you. This 1968 Ford Mustang GT is for sale in our Tampa Showroom and can be viewed in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and an HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information, please call our knowledgeable staff at (813)645-6200 or email us at Tampa@33570. Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM EST GatewayClassicCars.com. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Tampa Showroom, located at 351 30th Street NE, Ruskin, FL 33570. Hours: Monday through Saturday, 9 AM to 5 PM EST. See more at: http://www.gatewayclassiccars.com/TPA/1268/1968-Ford-Mustang
Our Detroit Showroom is proud to offer a very unique 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible Shelby Tribute. Wow! This is a gorgeous frame off build with a stunning color combination. At first glance, the Burnt Copper paint pulls you in and looks deep enough to swim in. Arguably one of the most iconic cars of its era, the first generation Mustang is something that is loved by all car enthusiasts. This Mustang has a healthy 289cid V8 paired to a smooth shifting C4 Automatic Transmission. The powerplant is more than enough to rip the tires apart and give off exhaust notes that sound like music. The interior is a smooth black vinyl with orange seat piping to give the interior a nice pop. You ll notice a very clean dash with aftermarket A/C that will keep you cool with the touch of a button. The stereo is a modern Pioneer CD with satellite capabilities and is a must have on this Mustang. The black wheels flow beautifully with the black center stripe and rocker panel stripe as well. This gorgeous pony is cruise ready and break necks of passengers and especially onlookers all around you. If you are in the market for a one of a kind build, this is a great car for you. For over 125HD photos and a video of this Beautiful Mustang in action, visit www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable associates at 313.982.3100. Email us at Detroit@GatewayClassicCars.com
Mustang was Ford s most successful launch since the Model A. This iconic machine essentially created the term Pony Car and has been influencing the sports car market ever since its birth. It was only anticipated that Ford would sell less than 100,000 Mustangs upon its arrival into the automotive world. They out did those projections by just a few to say the least. Producing over 1 million Mustangs in the first 18 months of it s production due to the enormous demand. This Mustang has been painted a gorgeous Kona Blue that shines bright and is accented with blue pin stripes on the sides. The inside is super clean with vinyl interior, black bucket seats, and a floor shifter which sets off this Mustang perfectly. This gorgeous Mustang has more than enough power to get you moving down any road. It is equipped with a 302 Cubic Inch V8 that has only 5,000 miles on the recent rebuild and provides a very satisfying rumble as soon as you start this pristine Pony. This potent V8 is matted to a C-4 3 Speed automatic transmission that effortlessly shifts through gears allowing this Mustang to reach cruising speeds with ease. It rests comfortably on a set of spotless aftermarket torque thrust wheels with a newer set of radial tires. Options for the 1965 Ford Mustang for sale include: AM/FM Radio, Power Disc Brakes, Power Steering, Seat Belts, Spare Tire and Jack, Aluminum Alloy Wheels, and Radial Tires. This 1965 Ford Mustang is for sale in our Las Vegas showroom and can be seen in greater detail including 100+ HD pictures and HD video at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. For additional information please call our knowledgeable staff at (702) 830-9215 or email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. If you would like to see it in person, come to our Las Vegas Showroom, located at 6580 S Lindell Road Suite 300, Las Vegas, NV 89118.