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1968 Ford Mustang Bullitt Resto Mod Fastback

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Engine: H.O. (high output) 302 block, with 347 Stocker Kit, 400HP.
Transmission: TKO 5-speed Manual, Mc Cloud ceramic clutch disc.
Mileage: 855.
Price: US $115,000.00

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This 1968 Ford Mustang beauty seems to be quite a plain Jane on the outside, but once you look in the engine bay and interior, it’s a full-blown restomod or pro tourer.

If you look at the work performed on this car and money that has been invested, it properly is worth every cent, which comes the question, do you want to buy into a ‘re-creation’ or a restomod?
Just because it’s a green 68 Mustang, it gets the ‘Bullitt’ naming, so I would just completely ignore that and look at this as a pure restomod, nothing else.

Really, it would appeal to someone who is a Mustang fan who wants the best of the old and the new, in a straightforward package, probably what a restomods should define. Everything looking completely stock from the outside, its only when you look under the hood it shows its modern heart.


‘This vehicle has over 557 hours (9 months) of restoration & custom fabrication work performed.’
‘ studded steel heads, H-Beam balanced, Trick Flow heads, Global West crossbar, Holley street HP750 carburetor, complete MSD ignition system, Crane Hydraulic 550 roller cam.’
‘370 differential gear ratio, Magnaflow exhaust system, Moser 9″ rear end, Global West front & rear suspension with flipped-I roller rockers, Wilwood disk brakes & E-brake, all electronic dash instrumentation, withVintage Air heater & air conditioning.’
‘Over $30,000 spent on paint & bodywork.’

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3 Comments

  1. Bill Dietrich

    Bill Dietrich

    November 5, 2015 at 7:18 pm

    That is Steve Mqueen cool. Got mine in 1967, a GT 390. lucky to have hung on to her.

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  2. TURBOHOLIC

    TURBOHOLIC

    November 16, 2015 at 8:00 am

    Who else loves this ?

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  3. Andy Davis

    Andy Davis

    July 16, 2016 at 11:59 pm

    Not a 67

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