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1968 Ford Mustang on 2040-cars

US $12,000.00
Year:1968 Mileage:68000 Color: Black /
 Black
Location:

Phoenix, Oregon, United States

Phoenix, Oregon, United States

More infos regarding my car at: evelyne.toro@expressmail.dk .

I have the Elite Marti Report. I have the title.

This mustang is one of Ford's "Color of the Month" promotional cars. The original color is "Coral". (This is
documented on the Marti Report as special paint. Also there is no paint code on the door plate).

This car was originally purchased by Marck Motors in El Cajon, CA to be used as a Thrifty Automotive Group (TAG)
Rent-a-Car. (This is documented on the Marti Report original window sticker).

This car is stock with the exception of a mild transmission shift kit and "Classis Auto Air" A/C compressor.


Driven a little over 300 Miles on professionally restored / rebuilt, new mechanicals. The engine was ran on a
Dyno to break it in prior to install in the car. (I have the paperwork)

Numbers matching, engine and transmission with stamped VIN. Engine, Transmission and Rear Axle metal tags match
components. (I personally verified this).

Over $23,000 spent on restoration projects. I have the receipts and an outlined spreadsheet which show detailed
costs.

All of the mechanicals were professionally restored / rebuilt and assembled. Paperwork on request.

Here are a few items that were professionally restored / rebuilt or factory style installed new. Engine,
Original carburetor, radiator, Original distributor(with Pertronix), voltage regulator, starter solenoid, Autolite
battery, transmission, front and rear complete brakes including the master cylinder and booster, front and rear
suspension including shocks, Original driveline, rear axle bearings and seals, complete exhaust system which is
factory style dual. Complete "Classic Auto Air" Heat and A/C system minus the dash control which is original.
Classic Auto Air restored the heater A/C box. Power steering pump and alternator. Carpet, with no rust underneath.
Starter, torque converter and flywheel.

The paint is in good condition but dated. If I kept it, I would have it painted.

The glass appears original by the markings. The door felt is new and all of the window mechanisms have been
reworked/fixed. The rear window seal is new. The front windshield seal needs replaced, which I have the seal, just
needs done.

All interior, exterior and dash lights/dummy lights work.

All Gauges work.

AM Radio works.

No rust, solid body car.

It's believed that the cars mileage of 68,100 is correct. The person who appraised it (Aldridge Motorsports)
felt it was probably correct based on the condition.

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