This here is one smooth cruiser. Coyote Classics is more than happy to present this 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible for your consideration! This '68 has plenty of options that make it a desirable cruiser, with a power top, an automatic transmission and reliable V8 power. 1968 was also the second year of the Mustang's first major restyling, receiving concave taillights, side scoops, square rear-view mirrors, chrome ornamentation, and new bodylines. Keeping to that new, bold restyling is this Mustang's powerplant. Powered by a Ford 289 C.I. V8 paired to a 2-barrel carburetor, this Mustang isn't hurting for ample cruisability. Torque from the 289 gets to the Ford 9" rear end through a 3-speed automatic transmission that shifts effortlessly and seamlessly. This Mustang also has a great color combination, with "Royal Maroon" paint and a black vinyl top that go together like peanut butter and jelly. In addition, this sleek convertible's body is nice and straight. The light gold and woodgrain interior go with the paint scheme, and the vinyl bucket seats are very comfortable. This Ford also has the added convenience of air conditioning, ensuring the driver doesn't get too hot or too cold. Fitted with a variety of options, this '68 has power steering, power brakes, factory air conditioning, an updated vintage-style AM/FM digital radio, factory gauges, a power convertible top, a remote driver's-side mirror, vent windows, and a nice-sounding dual exhaust system. The car rides on some great-looking chrome Mustang wheels on top of B.F. Goodrich RWL tires for that classic Mustang look. Right now, this '68 Ford is sitting in our showroom just waiting for the chance to see the road again. We think you'd look pretty good sitting behind the wheel.
VIN and Door Plate decode as follows:
8: 1968 model year
F: Built in Dearborn, Michigan U.S.A.
03: Ford Mustang 2-door convertible
C: 289 C.I. 2V V8
111351: Sequence number, 11,350th 1968 Mustang built
76B: 2-Door Convertible (Vinyl bucket seats, luxury model)
Y: Original color of "Sunlit Gold" paint
6Y: "Light Nugget Gold" vinyl trim
13J: Assembled on the 13th of September, 1967
53: Kansas City, Missouri D.S.O. (District Sales Office)
2: 2.79:1 Ford 9" rear axle
W: "C-4" 3-speed automatic transmission