1968 Ford MustangMay 7, 2019
“We used LizardSkin Sound Control & Ceramic Insulation on the entire inside of the car, roof, cowl, doors, and floor of this 1968 Ford Mustang. It helps control the interior temperatures and makes the AC not have to work so hard. It also gives a really solid sound to the doors when they close.”
— Miles, California
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About the 1968 Ford Mustang
The 1968 Ford Mustang, an iconic model in the Mustang lineup, epitomizes the classic American muscle car era. This year’s model built on the success of the Mustang’s initial 1964 introduction, which captured the imagination of American drivers with its sporty design and performance. By 1968, the Mustang had cemented its status as a symbol of youthful energy and automotive freedom.
The 1968 model featured several aesthetic updates that enhanced its already striking appearance. Notable changes included a more aggressive front grille, side scoops on the flanks, and the introduction of the now-iconic three-bar taillights. This year also saw the introduction of new safety regulations, leading to additional features like side marker lights and shoulder belts.
Under the hood, the 1968 Mustang continued to offer a range of powerful engine options, including the famed V8s, which were central to the Mustang’s muscle car identity. These engines delivered thrilling performance and made the Mustang a favorite among enthusiasts who craved speed and power.
The 1968 Ford Mustang also gained fame in pop culture, notably in the Steve McQueen film “Bullitt,” where a 1968 Mustang GT fastback played a starring role in one of cinema’s most famous car chases. This further solidified the Mustang’s image as a cool, performance-oriented car.
Today, the 1968 Mustang is highly sought after by collectors and classic car enthusiasts, treasured for its beauty, power, and place in American automotive history. Its enduring appeal lies in its ability to embody the spirit of its era while continuing to inspire modern car culture.