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R-Code 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback Project

This multi-colored painted pony might have been someone’s dream, a labor-intensive project to make a 428-powered weapon from a discarded pile of parts. Though still in parts, this 1968 Ford Mustang fastback has enjoyed enough work to help buyers… more»

Driver-Grade: 1968 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback

The bidding history confirms that people like what they see with this 1968 Ford Mustang 2+2 Fastback. It is a solid driver-grade classic, but lifting its presentation to a higher level would be a satisfying and straightforward process. The… more»

Bullit Imitator? 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

The seller of this 1968 Mustang states, “1968 Ford Mustang Fastback Manual C Code Highland Green with Upgrades“. The whole “Bullit” reference is my doing, though he does sneak in the single-word reference, once, deeper in the listing. But,… more»

7k Miles? 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

I’ve got a hunch many of our readers may be thinking the same thing I was upon first glance of this 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback, regarding how a car that initially looks like it’s been through the wringer… more»

Bullitt or Maybe Not? 1968 Highland Green Mustang Fastback

Imagine a world in which the movie “Bullitt” never existed. In that alternate universe, this 1968 Highland Green Mustang Fastback would just be a used-up car painted in a shade best suited for British racing cars, rather than in… more»

Parts Or Project? 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

The Mustang was one of Ford’s most successful product launches ever. Between 1964 and 1967, they had already sold 1.7 million copies and would sell more than 300,000 more in 1968. That was the year the seller’s fastback was… more»

Desirable Options: 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

Vehicle manufacturers love optional extras because they represent an inexpensive and easy way to increase their profit margin. Buyers like them because they offer the opportunity to personalize their new toy, with the right option adding a feeling of… more»

Stalled Project: 1968 Ford Mustang GT 390 Fastback

Inheriting another person’s stalled project can be fraught with dangers. Depending on how far work has progressed, it can prove challenging for potential buyers to determine whether any work has been completed to an acceptable standard. That shouldn’t be… more»

Numbers-Matching Project: 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

While the public’s love affair with the First Generation Mustang hadn’t ended by 1968, there was no denying that sales totals had fallen off a cliff. Form a high of 607,568 cars in 1966, the 1968 model year saw… more»

302/4-Speed: 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

If a buyer seeks a 100% original First Generation Mustang, they can be spoiled for choice with stunning restorations or original survivors. However, there is a lot to be said for considering the middle ground. That is what this… more»

Spotless Driver: 1968 Ford Mustang GT Fastback

There is something quite attractive about owning a driver-quality classic compared to owning a perfect example of the same model. If the former cops the occasional chip or mark, it is no great drama. However, should a spotless classic… more»

428 Equipped: 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

This 1968 Mustang Fastback has led a Jekyll-and-Hyde existence. It started life as a meek and miles white vehicle with a C-Code V8 under the hood. Its panels are now a vivid shade of orange, and there’s a storming… more»

Rolling Project: 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

By 1968, the pony car market that Ford is credited with starting was flooded with competitors, and yet the Mustang was still the best selling of the genre. One similar in appearance to the example seen above, albeit in… more»

Driving Project: 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

Restoring a classic car can be a great family project. Not only can the whole clan get in on the action, but the final product is something that they all get to enjoy. Deciding what that car will be… more»

Tent Find: 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

It is hard to believe that this 1968 Mustang Fastback has spent the last 10-years languishing under a tent. It has survived this ordeal remarkably well and has all of the makings of a great project car. The owner… more»

GT 390: 1968 Ford Mustang Fastback

The difference in price between a standard Ford Mustang Coupe and a Fastback is pretty dramatic. According to the classic car insurer Hagerty, a base 1968 Mustang Coupe V8 in good condition has an average value of $17,600 while… more»