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RealRides of WNY - 1967 (68?) Mustang

At first glance this would seem to be a 1967 Ford Mustang. This version lasted only two model years with subtle differences between the 1967 and the 1968 models. However… this car has some of each. There are no side marker lights/reflectors, which would indicate a 1967 model, but the grille seems to be from a 1968, as do the side scoops forward of the rear wheels. The grille is a relatively

RealRides of WNY - 1968 Mustang

Came across this 1968 Ford Mustanghardtop last week while bicycling through the RealRidesTonawandaneighborhood. It’s a bit unusual as it’s wearing a dark gray Lower Back Grille — which from every source I checked was a $19.48 option available only on the 1967 models. One source says the reason they weren’t available for the ’68 models was that the factory which produc

RealRides of WNY - 1968 Mustang

Steve Salisbury of Orchard Park owns this somewhat unusual 1968 Ford Mustang. What’s so unusual about a 1968 Mustang? Well, this one still has the original straight six under the hood. And not only is it a six, but it’s the base200cid six — which yes, was standard on all 1968 Mustangs, but I’d hazard a guess that not many of them are left these days intact. This was year tw

RealRides of WNY (on the road) - 1968 Ford Mustang

To see a 1968 Ford Mustang convertible in a plaza parking lot in WNY would certainly be a rare thing these days. However, when we came across this one while visiting Seattle, Washingtonthis past September, it seemed like it was just another car. Well, almost. Thinking about it later, we decided it was probably the daily driver of: a.) an aging long-time Seattleite who just possibly bought the car

RealRides of WNY - 1968 Ford Mustang

Caught this 1968 Ford Mustang passing us by on a walk through the Town of Marion last summer during a family gathering. You can see here that the dog seems to be enjoying the ride as much as the driver; what you can’t really see here is the giant cigar in the driver’s left hand, a cigar which made its presence known before we ever saw it, if you get my drift! This well-preserved conver