1968 Mustang Transmission

Transmission

Service or Replace Your 1968 Mustang's Transmission for Reliable Shifting

1968 Mustang Transmission

Transmission

Service or Replace Your 1968 Mustang's Transmission for Reliable Shifting

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1968 Transmission

1968 Ford Mustang Manual and automatic transmissions both require regular maintenance. So no matter which your 1968 Mustang has, you need to pay attention to the signs that your transmission may need a little TLC. Whether it just needs a new clutch or needs to be replaced entirely, taking care of your transmission is a great investment in your Mustang.

A Wide Selection of Transmission Options

Having a manual and an automatic transmission option is part of why the first-gen Mustang was so successful. Now there are even more 1968 Mustang transmission options! Whether you want to keep your current transmission or are drawn to the pluses of modern drivetrain technology, you have a ton of choices.

If you're invested in keeping your existing Mustang GT transmission going, it may need something as simple as a clutch kit. The master rebuild kits we offer give you all the gaskets, bushings, and clutch bands you'll need to service your own transmission.

For modern performance, upgrading your transmission to a modern one gives you room to grow. If you think a new crate engine might be in your future, then a modern transmission will be able to handle the power much more easily.

Not the year you're looking for? Check out these years: 1964, 1965, 1966, 1967, 1969, 1970, 1971, 1972, or 1973 for additional options.