Gateway Classic Cars of St. Louis is proud to offer a super clean 1968 Ford Mustang Convertible. This beautiful ’68 drop top has been beautifully restored from top to bottom. The car was from the Southern US and the body was in great shape prior to restoration. The undercarriage has been steam cleaned, epoxy primered, and painted with truck bed coating. The body has been painted with PPG Deltron white basecoat clear coat paint. GT stripes have been added and cleared. The trunk is finished in splatter paint and features a space saver spare. Under the hood is a 351 Windsor with a roller cam and heavy duty internals with fresh rings and gaskets. It features a double roller timing chain with Comp Cams Thumper roller camshaft as well as new roller lifters and pushrods with 1993 Cobra R roller rockers. The heads are GT40 three bar heads with new valves, valve guide seals and springs as well as new freeze plugs with ARP head studs. Also added is a hi rise aluminum dual plane intake and a 600 CFM Holley carburetor. The engine exhales through Hedman headers and sounds mean through dual outlet exhaust. The engine is backed up by a rebuilt automatic transmission and a 9″ rear end with 3.50 Posi. It has all new brake rotors, calipers, and stainless steel lines. It has all new power steering including a rebuilt rack, pump, and new lines. The suspension has been rebuilt with new bushings and new gas charged shocks for the front. The rear has GT leafs and the front coils. To strengthen the body, sub frame connectors have been added to the unibody. Since the full restoration the Mustang has only been driven about 500 miles, so it is ready to be taken out and enjoyed. If you’re looking for a well restored Mustang convertible with a great look and solid mechanicals, this is it. You can see this beautiful 1968 Ford Mustang convertible in greater detail in our St. Louis showroom or at www.GatewayClassicCars.com. Please contact 618-271-3000 or [email protected] with any questions. – See more at: http://gatewayclassiccars.com/saint-louis/1968/ford/mustang-S7133.html#sthash.VpoubpbQ.dpuf
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