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    1968 Ford Mustang Cobra Jet Convertible

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    This awesome 1968 1/2 Mustang Cobra Jet convertible is one of only 34 cobra jet power mustang convertible built in 1968. This car is 1 of 23 automatics. This one of only 9 painted candy-apple red. Two that had standard bucket seats and this is the only one with the white convertible top.

    This vehicle was restored to concourse standards which can be proven by the recent showing at an MCA (Mustang Club of America) event of October 2003, where this car won 997 points out of 1,000 It also won 4 trophies at that event. One for BEST OF SHOW, one for BEST 1968 MUSTANG, one for MOST POINTS SCORED IN THE CONCOURSE, and one for BEST CONCOURSE VEHICLE. In other words, it took home everything.

    I have restoration documents, pictures, and lots of paperwork with this car. This car has been featured in five magazines with the most the recent being November 2003. This car is not driven…it is garaged…and it is a show car. Although it does run and drive perfectly it is not driven.

    All components on this car are date code correct and would be considered THOROUGHBRED under the Mustang Club of America guidelines.

    This car is the best of the best. This beautiful 1968 1/2 Mustang 428 Cobra Jet Convertible affectingly known as the red jet, a name placed on the car by the writers of Mustang and Ford is one awesome vehicle. I can go into more details, but 997 points at a concourse event should tell you just how nice this car is. It should be furthered noted that the top is never kept down it looks perfect. It should also be noted that is a GT car with standard interior and boy is that awesome red interior make this car really stand out from the crowd.
    Under the hood you will note that all the smog is there and everything is date coded and concourse correct. The trunk is highly detailed as is the undercarriage.




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