Lot 251 - 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback
|Odometer reading||79,443 miles|
|Result||Sold - £59,176|
- Power steering
- Upgraded brakes
- Bullitt tribute
The 1968 Ford Mustang 302 V8 Automatic 5.0 is an iconic American muscle car, cherished for its timeless design and powerful performance. Equipped with a 302 cubic-inch V8 engine, this Mustang delivers a remarkable 5.0 litres of displacement, offering impressive acceleration and a distinctive exhaust note that's music to enthusiasts' ears. The automatic transmission ensures a smooth and effortless drive, while the car's classic lines, dual exhausts, and aggressive grille make it a head-turner. The '68 Mustang 302 V8 5.0 embodies the spirit of the era and remains a symbol of automotive excellence, a timeless classic that continues to captivate car aficionados to this day.
This J Code Ford Mustang 302 V8 automatic is finished in Highland Green as tribute to the Iconic Bullitt car and comes from a private collection. This Mustang is sensibly modified to include power steering, upgraded power disc brakes and suspension to suit as a daily driver along with a recent comprehensive overhaul. Also featured in the list of upgrades are the 17” Torque Thrust wheels with new tyres giving that legendary Mustang stance. The look is complemented by the unmistakable burble of the V8 exhaust. This car was built in Metuchen in January 1968 and was destined for Philadelphia to its first owner, it is accompanied by previous US titles of ownership, a Marti report for provenance and two sets of original keys.
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