Unrestored 11,000 mile 1968 Mustang
This 1968 Mustang represents one of the lowest mileage best preserved early Mustangs known to be in existence today. Originally built at the San Jose plant it left the assembly line on June 18, 1968. Sold new at Lutz Ford in Palo Alto it spent most of its life in the Menlo Park area. The exterior color is Lime Gold with an Ivy Gold interior. It has a 289 motor with a C-4 transmission, power steering, air conditioning and tinted glass. Today it lives here in Scottsdale Arizona and serves as an example of many of the original assembly line techniques that were used. A true time capsule.