Technically speaking, this Mustang GTA is a one-of-a-kind specimen. Clearly its uniqueness is due to a combination of features testified by its Marti Report.
Let’s start with the fact that, Marti Report aside, this GTA looks like a real survivor, a car that has never been restored and arrived intact to us: the seller says it has only 70k original miles and its rare black paintwork (rare as it was at the time it was expensive because the black paint requires a much more careful preparation of the body) it is known a little flaking but this makes it even more fascinating.
We were talking about options: this car is full of them, we can say that at the time of the order the first owner spared no expense and that (only for our tastes) the only drawback of this classic is the automatic gearbox; if it had had a manual gearbox it would have been the ultimate 1968 Mustang Fastaback but, even without it, it remains a one-of-a-kind. Find it forsale at $85,000 here in Corona, CA.