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You are looking at a 1968 Ford Mustang GT Convertible finished in its original Candy Apple Red exterior Black standard interior. This beautiful Factory GT Mustang is an excellent daily driver / weekender. This is not a show quality car, but shows extremely well for a driver. This is a Factory GT equipped car, not a clone. Factory GT equipment included larger brakes, heavier suspension, fog lights, dual exhaust with valance cut outs and GT badging. This is not a numbers matching car. Engine is a 1986 Mustang 5.0 HO engine and the transmission is a Borg Warner T10 four speed. Engine is slightly modified with period correct upgrades including Edelbrock Performer Intake and Edelbrock Performer 1406 Carb. Car has some rust underneath on the seat trays and in the wheel wells. All sheetmetal is original except the front valance. All original glass and some original and new chrome. This gorgeous GT convertible runs very strong with plenty of power. Completely rebuilt brakes and power steering help the car handle well also. The four speed transmission is due for a rebuild as third gear has trouble holding. I had planned on rebuilding the transmission this winter. Additionally, the car is missing the convertible top. The power frame is intact and working and just needs the top. Too many new parts to list.
Serious inquiries only. Asking $18,000
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