What is an R code 1968 Mustang?

What is an R code 1968 Mustang?

The ’68 R-Code 428 Cobra Jet factory 4-speed GT fastbacks have been a rare find for decades. The carefully crafted 428 Cobra Jet engine is every bit as fast as a Shelby and has the ET slips to prove it. Plus, there are few cars that are better looking than a Mustang fastback.

What is the 1968 Bullitt Mustang worth?

$3.4 million
The original 1968 “Bullitt” Mustang that starred in the Steve McQueen film of the same name sold for $3.4 million at the Mecum auction today. The sale makes it the most valuable Ford Mustang ever and further enhances the car’s already legendary status.

How do you decode a 68 Mustang VIN number?

  1. First Digit: Model Year: 8 = 1968.
  2. Second Digit: Assembly Plant.
  3. Third and Fourth Digits: Body Series.
  4. Fifth Digit: Engine.
  5. Last Six Digits: Basic Production numbers.

Where is the data plate on a 1968 Mustang?

For 1968, Ford affixed the VIN plate on the passenger side, while GM and Chrysler affixed the plates to the driver’s side, but the law was changed slightly for 1969 models to require all VIN plates to be on the driver’s side, where they remain today.

What is a 1968 1968 Mustang worth?

Mustang Prices Through The Years

Year / Model / Trim Base MSRP Adj. for Inflation
1968 Mustang Fastback $2,818 $20,409
1968 Mustang Convertible $2,920 $21,148
1968 Mustang GT Hardtop $2,854 $20,670
1968 Mustang GT Fastback $2,955 $21,401

How do I identify a 1968 Mustang GT?

See all 40 photos For 1968, a GT emblem was again on the fender, but looked like this: a rectangular black badge with a bright edge and bright GT initials. See all 40 photos Both 1967 and 1968 Mustang GTs came with a pop-open–style gas cap assembly. The ’67 GT lettering is black, and the ’68, seen here, is red.

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