1968 Ford Colors?

Answer By 1968, Henry Ford's legendary quip that customers could choose any color as long as it was black no longer applied. Fords were available in an array of interior and exterior colors. Classic car b... Read More »

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1968 Barracuda Engine Colors?

The Plymouth Barracuda was one of Chrysler's original entries in the "pony car" wars of the 1960s, along with its sister A-body car, the Dodge Dart. Choosing the correct engine paint color for you... Read More »

1968 Chrysler Newport Paint Colors?

The 1968 Chrysler Newport was offered with a big selection of colors, although not as big as some Mopar muscle-car shades. A 1968 Chrysler paint chip chart lists 16 different color options, which w... Read More »

Information on a 1968 Ford 427?

Ford produced three versions of the 427-cubic-inch V8 engine 1968: The four-valve W and L engines and the eight-valve D. Ford produced three other versions -- Q, M and R -- between 1963 and 1967.

How to Adjust the Valves on a 1968 Ford 302?

Ford's 302 V8 engine first appeared in the middle of the 1968 production year. Like all V8 engines, the 302 is equipped with two cylinder heads, each covering four cylinders. Within each cylinder h... Read More »