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1968 Mustang Fastback

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1968 Mustang Fastback

1968 Ford Mustang Fastback Modified 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback Modified
Auction: Barrett-Jackson Auction Company
Location: March, 2007 Palm Beach, FL
Auction Results March, 2007 $42,000

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1968 Ford Mustang R-Code Fastback

1968 Ford Mustang R-Code Fastback
100,000.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction January, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.barrett-jackson.com 1968 Ford Mustang R-Code Fastback 100,000 LotNumber 1558 67,000 original miles. The car has the original Buck Tag for the radiator support, right-side dash VIN tag, both inner-fenders stamped with VIN and Ford 999 history to document car. Kevin Marti Deluxe Report documents this car as a true "R" Code. Sold with original dealer's sales invoice, sales brochure and owner's manual. The original engine and drivetrain have been meticulously rebuilt. The engine preserves the correct carburetor, distributor and Ram Air assembly. The Top Loader 4-speed has new gears and syncro assemblies. The rear end has correct NOS 3.50 gears and the correct "R" Code components specific to this car. The steering, brake assembly, suspension and components are rebuilt or replaced. The interior is completely original except for new carpet and is in like new condition. The glass, trim, moldings, head and taillights bezels, etc. are original or NOS. The no rust solid body needed minimal body work and carries the correct Wimbledon White paint. This rare "R" Code Mustang represents a very detailed and fun to drive "period-correct" vehicle with a complete rotisserie restoration.
by Douglas

1968 Ford Mustang Fastback 428 CJ

1968 Ford Mustang Fastback 428 CJ
82,000.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction January, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.barrett-jackson.com 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback 428 CJ 82,000 LotNumber 1038.1 1 of 2,822 428cid Cobra Jets made in 1968, this stunning restored Wimbledon White example with red interior has had only two owners. The 428 Cobra Jet was introduced in mid-year 1968 with larger valves and the race-brewed 427 intake manifold. This GT Fastback with the newly introduced Cobra Jet power plant, functional hood scoop and Ram Air induction was built at the Dearborn plant on May 20, 1968. The 68 Cobra Jet cars became known as 68 Mustangs. This car comes with the Marti Report which documents that it was ordered with the following: GT Equipment Group, C6 Select Shift R-Servo automatic transmission, high-ratio axle, Traction-Lock differential, power disc brakes, power steering and AM radio.
by Douglas

1968 Mustang Eleanor Re-Creation

1968 Mustang Eleanor Re-Creation
80,000.00 USD
Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction Website: www.barrett-jackson.com March, 2008, West Palm Beach, Florida Lot Number 680 Year 1968 Mustang Eleanor Re-Creation ExteriorColor GREY W/ BLACK STRIPES Interiorcolor BLACK Cylinders V8 Engine 390 HIGH P Transmission 5-SPEED MANUAL Originally a 1968 Ford Mustang GT "S" Code fastback. Originally a Raven Black car with a 390 HiPo big block. This car was built on July 26th, 1968, at the Metuchen plant. It came from the factory with power steering and power brakes. This is a rare car as an original. There are many "Eleanor re-creations" out there. Very few actually have all the correct parts. This car was completely disassembled and put on a rotisserie for restoration. The frame was in excellent shape and needed no reconditioning with the exception of sand-blasting and minor cosmetic fixes. We used the original Meier Kit for the Eleanor fiberglass parts. This included the front fascia, fender flares, hood, taillight panel, end caps, upper and lower scoops and side exhaust skirts. There is an unheard of amount of hours in the body work alone. The result was unbelievable. The lines are perfect. Remote truck latch, correct Billet grille, Mach 1 gas cap and functional side exhaust. Original 60's model 390 high performance big block. The heads have the HiPo 14 diagonal bolt pattern. Engine work completed by Cropper Racing Engines in Kentucky. Bored .30 over. Heads ported and polished, Keith Black Hypereutectic pistons, Holley 670 Street Avenger, Edelbrock dual plan high rise intake, 400 hp, 390 HiPo Tri Y Headers into 3" functional side exhaust. In-line, optional secondary battery in trunk, Cobra valve covers and Breather, Classic Auto air conditioning, TKO 600 5-speed manual transmission, custom heavy duty 3:70 gear differential with positive traction, 4-wheel disc brakes, Grab-A-Trac performance spring and handling kit with correct lowering springs, correct aluminum dash and glovebox autographed by Carroll Shelby. Everything put in this car was brand new. Carroll Shelby signature embroidered front seats, Shelby floor mats, Shelby steering wheel, fire extinguisher between the seats, correct steering wheel tachometer, correct aluminum Eleanor foot pedals, correct Hurst shifter with "Go Baby Go" button, correct Nitrous switch, alarm system with door actuators, Sony high-end stereo with ABP (Active Black Panel), correct roll bar, nitrous switch actually controls an ignition shut-off switch for added security and correct PS Engineering 17" wheels. Rare parts correct to the movie car but rarely on Eleanor re-creations: PS Engineering wheels, PIAA lights, functional side exhaust, functional brake scoops, functional side fuel filler with Mach 1 gas cap and correct Ray Dot mirrors. No reproductions. Correct Shelby taillights with functional sequential lights. This car is a beautiful example of the Eleanor Mustang in "Gone in 60 Seconds."
by Douglas

1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback
25,000.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction January, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.barrett-jackson.com 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback 25,000 LotNumber 912.1 Super clean and rust-free California fastback. Completely gone through from bumper to bumper less than 9,000 miles ago so now it is better than original with modern technology like the latest in suspension, shocks, electronic ignition, overdrive, "shorty" headers, blue lamp tachometer and instrument cluster, seats and engine advances etc. Yet with "old school" classic GT fastback looks. 347 Stroker engine with a 5-speed, 3.70 posi-traction, 9" traction lock rear end and road race suspension. Dynoed at almost 400hp, with a roller cam, electronic ignition, low gears and a 5th gear for freeway cruising she has the best of both worlds - realistic street horsepower that will out accelerate 99% of the cars on the road with great reliability, engine purr and cruising comfortable drive ability. She has power steering, power brakes, a very nice stereo system, map light, center console, sound deadening insulation, bucket seats that hold you in around corners while passing the latest in "sports cars" and a custom red and black color scheme interior that looks factory to the untrained eye.
by Douglas

1968 Mustang GT Fastback 302

1968 Mustang GT Fastback 302
1968 Mustang GT Fastback 302 Photographed at Fred's Car Museum in Appomattox, Virginia. Photos By: Douglas Wilkinson
by Douglas

1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

1968 Ford Mustang Fastback
42,000.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction January, 2008, Scottsdale, Arizona Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.barrett-jackson.com 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback 42,000 LotNumber 767 This vehicle was originally bought as a first car for me a 14-year-old boy from Omaha, Nebraska. Ever since my dad had restored a 1967 Shelby GT500 Mustang fastback at his body shop 4 years ago, I have fallen in love with Ford Mustangs of that era. I had been looking for a 1967-68 Mustang for 3 years when I came across this Mustang on eBay. When my father and I first looked at the pictures of this Mustang, we agreed it would be a perfect car for me to fix up and drive. The car was in California and we had some friends down by where the car was located, so they went to look at it and see if it was what we were looking for. It had no rust and that is what made it stand out from the rest. So, when we decided it was exactly what we wanted we had it picked up and brought to us. When it arrived, the air conditioning worked and it drove just fine. It wasn't until we got it into my dad's body shop that we realized that this car was too nice to keep as a daily driver for me. It had no rust just like the seller stated and it came with the original title, Bill of Sale, and Window Sticker from the dealer. After the decision to restore the car the right way with no shortcuts was made we began our work, taking the car apart piece by piece and making sure nothing was missed as we restored the car from headlight to tailpipe. When the car was completely shed of all of its parts, we built a homemade rotisserie and had the chassis sand-blasted. All of the parts had been sent away to be powdercoated or ceramic-coated. Now, I, being a "14-year-old kid" of the modern age wanted this car to be "cool," so I had my dad add American Racing 5-spoke rims. My father, being all about safety, first wanted to modernize the car by adding 4-wheel, chrome disc brakes for safety and drivability. We also decided to have the one-and-only Carroll Shelby sign the glove compartment cover. However, we kept all of the original parts that we decided to replace for safety. Finally, all the parts had arrived back from their powder and ceramic coatings and were ready to install. This was the most exciting part of the restoration process, in my opinion, because I got to see the car come together piece by piece. After we put the car together we sent it to have the interior installed. This was the last step and I counted down the days until we would get the car back and I would be able to drive it with my dad. When the car was finally complete I was amazed by how the car went from where it was to where it is now.
by Douglas

1968 FORD MUSTANG GT

1968 FORD MUSTANG GT
35,998.00 USD
This mustang went through a nut and bolt resto. about 3 years ago and still looks great. It is a numbers matching car and is a heater delete car. One of 156. It is also 1 of 16 with this original color combo. The underside of this mustang is detailed to the way it came out of the factory. Red oxide finish with all of the correct lines, clamps,resonators, cross flow muffler, paint markings,rear tag,clamps, etc. It is perfect on the underside of this mustang. The Marti report confirms everything about this car right down to the 3/8 white wall tires. This car was built in San Jose California and was shipped to Casner ford in Hawaii. The original ford dealer sticker is still on the back windshield. This is also documented in the marti report.This is the best stock 68 that I have ever seen. I am trying to sell it only for the reason that it is to nice to drive on the street. Also, this car is lazer straight. Selling for a client. Located in New Jersey. Contact Information: Volo Auto Museum 27582 West Volo Village Road Volo, IL 60073 Phone: 815-385-3644 Fax: 815-385-0703 Email: collectorcar@volocars.com Website: [url=http://www.volocars.com]www.volocars.com[/url]
by volo

1968 FORD MUSTANG GT FASTBACK

1968 FORD MUSTANG GT FASTBACK
53,460.00 USD
Offered For Sale at the: Barrett-Jackson Collector Car Auction January, 2006, Scottsdale, Arizona Barrett-Jackson Auction Company 7400 E Monte Cristo Ave Scottsdale, AZ 85260 Phone: 480-421-6694 Facsimile: 480-421-6697 Website: www.barrett-jackson.com 1968 FORD MUSTANG GT FASTBACK SOLD FOR $53,460 Color: WIMBLETON WHITE Transmission: 4 SPEED Cylinders: V8 Engine Size: 302 Horsepower: 325 Comments This GT Mustang is the result of a professional and costly 4 year rotisserie restoration with all its original panels and drive train. J code 302 V8, 4 speed top loader tranny and 3.25 ratio rear axle all rebuilt to specs. The original wimbleton white exterior color and standard red interior are flawless. Beautiful detail undercarriage, the original GT wheels are included. Deluxe Marti Report. Possibly one of the nicest original restored 68's in existence. A work of art that looks and drives better than new.
by Douglas

1968 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback

1968 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback
75,900.00 USD
1968 Ford Mustang Custom Fastback Auction Sale Price: $75,900 Barrett-Jackson Car Auction, Scottsdale, AZ, January, 2010, Lot Number: 948 This 1968 Custom Mustang features a Smeding Performance 427 Cobra Special engine. The 427 is topped off by an Imagine Fuel Injection system, TKO 600 5-speed transmission and 9" Trac-Lok rear end with a 3.50:1 ratio. Spin-Tech side exhaust system custom built tip to fit rocker panels. Painted Dark Pepper Gray with black stripes, all paint and body work done by Scott Arnold Restoration. Featuring PIAA front lights, a Griffin aluminum radiator, custom-built fan shroud, custom gauges, custom Mustang Shop coilover front suspension, rack & pinion steering, 4-wheel power Baer disc brakes, 18" wheels, Diesel audio system with Clarion head unit and Crow racing belts. Interior features leather Procar bucket seats with matching leather rear seat, tilt column with Shelby steering wheel, new glass, new trim and new door panels.
by Douglas

1968 FORD MUSTANG PIT VIPER COUPE

1968 FORD MUSTANG PIT VIPER COUPE
209,500.00 USD
1968 FORD MUSTANG PIT VIPER COUPE Lease this car for only $3,815 per month! Stock Number 7700. 262 miles. VEHICLE FEATURES & OPTIONS MOTOR 427 cid Shelby Tuned Aluminum Small Block w/575HP TRANSMISSION Tremec TKO 600, 6 Speed Manual Transmission. EXTERIOR Custom Recessed Side Inlet Gas Lid Sequential Tail Lights WHEELS and TIRES HRE Performance Wheels Front 541R-19x9 ET Rear 541R-11 ET Michelin Pilot Sport Tires Front: 235/35ZR19x9 Rear: 325/35ZR20x11 Spare Shelby or PSE Wheel & Tire: 17x8 w/Mounting Bracket. INTERIOR Shelby Embroidered Hi-Back Bucket Seats 5 Point quick release harness Shelby Signature Gauges 160 MPH Speedometer Custom Steering Wheel CAE Sound Dampening Package BRAKES Front: Baer 13x1.1 Track System PBR 2 Piston Aluminum Rear: Baer 13 Track System, PBR 1 Piston Aluminum Slotted, Cross Drilled & Zinc Washed Adjustable Rear Bias Proportioning Valve Vented Air Ducts to Brakes STEREO with CD Player DVD System 10 Disc DVD Changer EXHAUST High Performance Headers Dual 2.5 Exhaust with H Pipe 2 1/2 Aluminum Side Pipe Exhaust System w/Tips. STEERING Power Rack & Pinion Steering (Total Control) Bump Steer Adjustable Tie Rods ELECTRICAL DUI Ignition Control & Coil Trunk Mount Battery For Weight Distribution REAR END 31 Spline 9 Posi-Traction Differential 3.73:1 9 Gears. COOLING Aluminum Cross Flow Radiator 32 Dual Electric Cooling Fan, Pull Type. CHASSIS Total Performance Inc Full Frame Connectors Roll Bar Full Cage FUEL High Performance Carburetor Fuel Pressure Regulator Electric Fuel Pump High Performance Fuel Filter Fuel Cell, 22 Gallons. This Mustang's paint is perfect! It sits perfect! Sounds incredible! It is also important to note that the recent owner installed a functioning ram air system and reconfigured the front suspension for a silky smooth ride! This Vehicle is Presently Located in Las Vegas, NV. Contact Information: Shore Auto Lease - Classic & Collectible Collection 25 Denby Avenue Lakewood, NJ 08701 Phone: Ron or Aaron at 877-SHORE25 or 732-942-1601 Email: info@shoreautoleaseclassiccars.com Website: www.shoreautoleaseclassiccars.com Dealer: dlr00113
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