1968 Mustang Body Kits

Mustang Body Kits 1964-2021

Create A Custom Look For Your 1968 Mustang

1968 Mustang Body Kits

Mustang Body Kits 1964-2021

Create A Custom Look For Your 1968 Mustang

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1968 Body Kits

The 1968 Mustang body kits that we stock at CJ Pony Parts are made of lightweight fiberglass and ready to be painted to match or complement your car’s existing paint scheme. Create a custom look using parts from different manufacturers or select a complete kit to give your car a unique appearance that you just might think came from the factory.

1968 Mustang Body Kits and Ground Effects

The experts at CJ Pony Parts don’t allow just any 1968 Mustang body kits to be sold in our store. We’ve selected only high-quality fiberglass kits that you’ll feel proud to feature on your classic car.

Each of the parts included in these kits is derived from actual body components used on racecars and other performance variants. Read on to learn how some of the parts in our 1968 Mustang body kits help direct airflow around your car.

• Front apron: Many 1968 Mustang body kits include this important piece because it adds so much attitude to the front of your car, but it has an important functional role to play besides just looking good. Motors produce heat, and the shape of your car’s front end affects how much air makes it to the engine. A well-designed front apron will force cool air under the hood where it can be used as intake charge, while directing other air around the car to the side of the body.
• Side skirts: An important part of a complete ground-effects package, a set of side skirts helps keep the air flowing down the side of your car from swirling and mixing with air traveling below the car. This helps prevent lift, which can occur if too much air moves under your car during driving. Side skirts improve handling at high speeds.
• Fender flares: The point of aerodynamics is to smoothen airflow, but when a part is moving, it disrupts that airflow and creates friction. We all know fender flares look great, and no one is going to argue that, but they also help direct air around the larger wheel and tire packages common on high-performance cars. It’s the reason why you’ll find them in some of our 1968 Mustang body kits.
• Rear wings: Also called spoilers, the shape of these iconic accessories forces air down onto the trunk of the car, compressing the suspension and giving better grip from your rear wheels. Does it work, you ask? Have you ever seen a race car without one?

Not the year you are looking for? Check out these years: 1965, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1970, or 1971 for additional options.