(7 photos of a 1968 Vista Blue Mustang Convertible) This 1968 Mustang convertible is owned by Ed Moulton. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for the week of 9-14-08. Ed just completed an 8 month restoration in August 2008. It's painted Vista Blue clearcoat metallic - from the late model Mustangs. He stored the original 289 4v V8 and installed a 347 stroker from Blueprint Engine. It has the original C4 automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes (front disc rear drum), power top with folding glass rear window, billet grille, and blue dot halogen headlights.|
(10 photos of a 1968 Sunlit Gold Mustang T-5 Convertible) This amazing 1968 Sunlit Gold T-5 Mustang comes to us from Mario Sikorski of Ingolstadt, Germany, and was our featured Attitude Of The Week for December 7th, 2008. Mario tells us that his T-5 has been restored, has all its matching factory numbers, and according to the Marti report this is a one of a kind. When these cars were exported to Germany, Ford could not register the "Mustang" name for sale. Ford replaced the "Mustang" emblems with "T-5" emblems. T-5 Mustangs exist from 1964 through 1979.
(5 photos of a 1968 Corporate Yellow Mustang Convertible) Cannot miss this bright yellow 1968 Mustang convertible with 195hp (at 4600rpm), 289 cubic inch, V8 engine.
(12 photos of a 1968 Brittany Blue Mustang Convertible) Brittany Blue 1968 Mustang convertible, left front view. This one has some GT options such as the reflective side C stripe and GT style wheels.
(3 photos of a 1968 Tahoe Turquoise Blue Mustang Convertible) This Tahoe Turquoise 1968 Mustang convertible has a white convertible top and white wall tires. The interior is aqua blue and it has the 6-cylinder engine.
(3 photos of a 1968 Sunlit Gold Mustang Shelby GT-350 Hertz Convertible) This is the first Shelby GT-350 built in 1968. It's also a Sunlit Gold Hertz car. The owner is Randy Cantrell from North Carolina. Randy tells us more, "This car has been in my family since 1970. It was my brother's car. He was killed in 1972. His wife had a hard time driving a straight drive. I had just turned 16 and gotten my 1st car - a 1965 2+2 fastback 289 auto. My brother's wife asked me if I would trade my car for the Shelby. I didn't hesitate and I've had it ever since. I had no ideal it was the 1st 68 GT-350 convertible made until Peter Disher from www.thecoralsnake.com did the an article on the car. Needless to say it's a special car to me." Peter Disher discovered that Shelby's first four conversions on 1968 Mustangs where Hertz show cars - a GT350 convertible, GT350 fastback, GT500 convertible, and a GT500 fastback. Each was painted Sunlit Gold. And THIS is the GT350 Hertz convertible.
(1 photo of a 1968 Diamond Blue Mustang Convertible) Diamond Blue 1968 Mustang convertible with a 289 cubic inch engine and two tone blue interior.
(7 photos of a 1968 Presidential Blue Mustang GT Convertible) Presidential Blue 1968 Mustang GT convertible owned by Darryl from Alberta, Canada. This beauty was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 28, 2010. Options include the Interior Decor Group, 8-track tape player, and center console.
(2 photos of a 1968 Lime Green Mustang Shelby GT-500KR Convertible) Lime Green 1968 Mustang Shelby GT-500KR with the original GT-350/500 stamped steel mag-style hubcaps. KR stands for "King of the Road" which used the new 400hp, 482ci, Cobra Jet V8 engine.
(3 photos of a 1968 Flower Power Red Orange Mustang Rainbow Of Colors Convertible) This is a Flower Power Red 1968 Rainbow Of Colors Mustang convertible. It is owned by Don Croft. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting January 30, 2011. The Rainbow Of Colors promotion ran on the west coast on 1968 and 1969 Mustangs. They featured special paint offerings in all colors of the rainbow. This one was sold new at Highland Park Motors Inc. in Los Angeles, California. Don tells us, "I bought it back in 2004, and was told by the previous owner it was 'Grabber Orange'. I knew at the time this wasn't correct as Grabber Orange was a '69 color, and bit lighter than the shade of my Mustang. I had wondered since about the correct color, until last year when I stumbled onto your website, which encouraged me to run the Marty Report..." Besides the special order paint, the Marty Report listed the following options: 289-2V Engine, Parchment Power Top w/ Glass Backlite, C-4 Cruise-O-Matic Transmission,
F70X14 Wide Oval Tires, White Sidewall Nylon Tires, Air Conditioner - Selectaire, AM/8-Track Stereo Radio, and Tinted Glass
(4 photos of a 1968 Candy Apple Red Mustang Convertible) Candyapple Red 1968 Mustang convertible, high left front view. Everything is red on this one. The interior is red and so is the convertible boot cover.
(1 photo of a 1968 Wimbledon White Mustang Shelby GT-350 Convertible) Wimbledon White 1968 Mustang Shelby GT-350 convertible with a 230hp (at 4800rpm), 302 cubic inch, 4 barrel V8 engine.
(8 photos of a 1968 Candy Apple Red Mustang Convertible) Candyapple Red 1968 Mustang convertible with some of the GT options. It has the 195hp (at 4600rpm), 289 cubic inch, 2 barrel V8 engine - which was not available on the GT in 1968. Other options include wheel covers, fog lamps, metal rocker panels, gray side C stripes, power steering, power convertible top, and hood mounted signals.
(14 photos of a 1968 Wimbledon White Mustang Shelby GT-350 Convertible) Wimbledon White 1968 Mustang Shelby GT-350 convertible with a 306hp, 302 cubic inch, Shelby customized 4 barrel V8 engine. This car was restored to its original code M Wimbledon White paint with 1630 Blue stripes, white top, code 6A Black Decor Bucket interior, 302 4V V8 engine, 4 speed transmission, 3.89 rear exle ratio, power disc brakes, power steering, power parchment top, tilt away steering, air conditioning, tach and trip odometer, tinted glass, visibility group, wheel lip moulding, AM radio, and heavy duty battery. It must be incredible with the top down.
(4 photos of a 1968 Tahoe Turquoise Blue Mustang Convertible) Tahoe Turquoise 1968 Mustang convertible owned by Tim Donaher. It has its original 200ci engine and an automatic transmission. Tim says, "I bought it September of 2011. Did a complete restoration and finished September 2012. Kept the original exterior color. Changed interior from black to aqua and white. Also added wood trim, deluxe TMI sports seats with heat, blue LED gauge lights, rear LED sequential lights, and front disk brakes."
(10 photos of a 1968 Black Hills Gold Mustang Special Dakota Days Convertible) This is a Black Hills Gold, South Dakota, local special edition Mustang convertible with special order gold paint, sport wheels, louvered hood, and 302ci V8 under the hood. We are calling it a "Special Dakota Days" Gold Mustang special model since one of the original newspaper advertisements referred to the cars in this way. Only twenty-five of these special models were ordered (5 hardtops and 20 convertibles).
(5 photos of a 1968 Medium Blue Mustang Shelby GT-500KR Convertible) Medium Blue 1968 Shelby GT500 King of the Road Mustang convertible. Shelby named the D color code Acapulco Blue, Medium Blue keeping the D code on the door tag. This car has its original 335hp (at 5200rpm), 428 cubic inch, 4 barrel, Cobra Jet V8 engine all restored. This car has Lucus fog lamps and the correct covers from 1968.
(8 photos of a 1968 Sunlit Gold Mustang Convertible) Sunlit Gold 1968 Mustang convertible with 1966 Mustang standard wheel covers; metal rocker panel trim; and an automatic 230hp (at 4800rpm), 302 cubic inch, 4 barrel V8 engine.
(9 photos of a 1968 Lime Green Mustang Shelby GT-500 Convertible) The hood says it all, this is a Lime Green 1968 Shelby GT500 convertible, beautifully restored with hood pins, fog lamps, metal rocker trim, Shelby 10 spoke wheels, and an S-code 427ci 4-barrel V8 engine.
(3 photos of a 1968 Candyapple Red Mustang GT California Special Convertible) Candyapple Red 1968 Mustang GT California Special convertible owned by Hannes Streng from Germany. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting April 26, 2015. Hannes adds, "This is one of the very few 1968 California Special convertibles; it's in condition 2 (which is also quite rare to find). I bought it for my son Fritz - it will be his first vehicle."