1968 Ford Mustang - 5.0 with Holley Sniper EFI
Price: - Item location: Porter, Texas, United States
- Condition: Used
- Make: Ford
- Model: Mustang
- Year: 1968
- Mileage: 12,795
- VIN: 8F01C192482
- Number of cylinders: 8
- Transmission: Automatic
- Vehicle Title: Clear Want to buy? Contact seller!
1968 Ford MustangFor sale is a 1968 Ford Mustang. I bought the car in 2005, out of Florida, from a gentleman that had the car in his family for 20 years. The car was built to be and has been driven. I will not lie and say this car is perfect, as with any older vehicle they are always a project. If you're looking for the old nostalgic Mustang look with modern functionality, this car would be a good fit for you.
I reserve the right to end this auction at any time. I am using multiple venues to advertise the car. You are welcome, and I encourage you to inspect the car before bidding. You are welcome to have the car inspected at your own expense (at one of 2 local performance shops). I will provide details to the shops if you're interested.
I will require a $1000 (non-refundable) deposit at the end of the auction by cashier's check or cash paid within 48 hours after the end of the auction.The remaining balance will be paid by cashierâ€™s check or cash at pick-up.The buyer is responsible for pick-up, transportation and any associated fees. The car is being sold as is with no warranties or guaranties of any kind. The buyer is responsible for tax, title, and registration. This sale is final, and subject to funds clearing. Clear Texas title in-hand.
Engine & Power-train:
The 289 was replaced with a rebuilt 92' 5.0 and 4spd AOD with 2400 stall converter. 5.0 has Aluminum Eldelbrock Performer 5.0 heads with Crane 1.6 R/R, Edelbrock Performer RPM intake, Comp Cams XE-274HR, True Roller Timing Chain, and Mallory Unilite Distributor.
Hedman Headers straight piped to Flowmaster 40 Series mufflers.
B&M Hammer Shifter.
3.80 8" Posi Rear-end.
PWR Aluminum Radiator with Electric Fan.
Holley Sniper Self-Tuning EFI Master Kit (510-550-511K) recently installed.
Brakes, Suspension, & Wheels:
Converted front Master Power disk brakes. Master cylinder and brake booster recently replaced.
Grab-A-Track Suspension Kit, KYB Gas Shocks, and 1" Lowering from springs.
New heavy duty rear leaf springs.
17x8" Bullitt wheels with 1.25" adaptors.
Painless Wiring harness and 140 Amp Powermaster Alternator.
Battery Tender hook-up.
Autometer Sport Comp Gauges in the original cluster.
Alpine head unit, Infinity Kappa Speakers (3.5" dash, 6.5" kick panels, and 10" Sub) with 600w Punch Amp.
3-point seat belts front. None in rear.
Paint & Body:
Painted in late 2006.
Sheet metalthat was replaced: drivers side front floor pan, battery tray, front radiator support, and approx. 12" of the front right frame.
The paint is not perfect, there are a couple of door dings, and a couple of spots that some initial rust can been seen coming up: to include the lower fronts of the doors and transition between rear quarters up to the roof. The car originally had a vinyl top and the holes for securing the transition modeling weren't filled properly. I've received a couple of quotes to have the couple of body issues fixed, and though the quotes weren't too high, I opted to enjoy the car more and worry less about the little imperfections until I was ready for another paint job.
The current speedometer gear is wrong, it shows roughly 20mph over what you're going. A simple and cheap fix, I just haven't had time to address it.
No major leaks, but likely a couple bolts that could use some tightening.
Heater core needs to be replaced. I have the part, but being in Texas, a heater is not high on my to-do list.
There is some play in the steering that could use some adjusting.
I'm sure there are other minor things I can't remember.
I welcome and encourage questions.