OldCarOnline.com - 1968 Ford Mustang

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Ad Number:592662
Vehicle Type:Restoration Projects
Year:1968
Make:Ford
Model:Mustang
Model Type:2DR Coupe
Price:$6000  USD
Stock Number:
Miles:97600
  
Name:Brandon Goodman
City:Simi valley
State/Prov:California
Zip/Postal Code:93065
Country:USA
Phone 1:805-428-1842
Phone 2:
Phone 3:
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Vehicle Description

Selling a Classic 1968 Mustang complete coupe. Body is good, needs paint, i have all the moldings, Hood is not attached but i do have, hinges will need to be welded back on. The interior is 99% in perfect condition the dash works, the seats work with no tears, the windows work, the only issue i see is the roof liner will need to be glued on in some spots (drooping down in the back) other than that it\\\'s in great condition.

Mechanically, the car does run and drives, here is the specs and issues.

Engine is a a 302 fully refurbished and overhauled about 120 miles on it, this 302 is an original engine out of a 1969 Mustang. the Engine has some modes such as Eddelbrock RPM intake and Carb. (Not too sure what else)
the Transmission is the original, but it was rebuilt recently. (has minor leak, assuming when the transmission was put back on either the gasket is cracked or needs to be tightened) with Quicksilver ratchet shifter.
Glass packs going out, and all around drum breaks.
It has not ran in about 8 months, just sitting in the garage, needs new battery for sure. it has racing air controlled rear shocks (manually) the car sits on Crager 5 spoke rims with good rubber

Quick history, this car was my brother-in-laws, he gave it to us before he went to the Sand Box with the Marines, he told us to sell her, my wife wanted to keep it and restore it, but we ran out of money and time.

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