213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
This 1968 Ford Mustang has a cool color combo, V8 power, and the iconic look you love in a pony car. So you can see a value-priced classic with a ton of potential.
The trim tag tells us this was born a factory Diamond Blue coupe. That's important because it was only around for a few years, but it's a fun color to have on your Mustang. It can look white or blue in the right setting, and it never looks alike when parked next to a white or blue car. The finish here still shows hints of that attitude. We like it for the way it makes this one look like a survivor car. Everyone else will also see the value price as a way to have room in your budget for upgrades and personalization that's out of reach on higher-priced classics.
The unique blue of the outside also goes quite well with the two-tone blue interior. It makes for a well-coordinated total package that this one was born with. Front bucket seats, a floor shifter, and the 1968 car's large gauge package make for a good driver. There are even nice details, like the working dome light and the deluxe steering wheel. Some areas could use improvement, and the Mustang community has plenty of components and choices that can easily upgrade this. So you have a car you can enjoy today, and take the time to decide how you want to give this coupe your personal touch.
Under the hood is correct and honest V8 power. This is a C-code car, and it has Ford's famous 289 cubic-inch V8. This looks stock, right down to the Power by Ford valve covers. A classic coupe like this was built to be a cruiser, and so you'll be happy to see features like a three-speed automatic transmission, power steering, and newer tires.
This is the icon that was born with a terrific color combo, and today it's priced right so that you can give it even more of a personal touch. Call today!!!
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