1968 Ford Ranchero GT with Stripes Smartphone Case - Side View
1968 Ford Ranchero GT with Stripes Cell Phone Case for Smartphone
In 1968, the Fairlane line was supplemented by the new Torino, and the Ranchero followed suit, becoming the largest model since the full-sized 1959. Overall, the new Ranchero was not only bigger, but also more angular than before with its more horizontal grille and horizontal headlamps. The interior was all new, as well, sharing the Torino/Fairlane's distinctive four-pod instrument cluster. The model line also featured wraparound front side marker lamps which doubled as parking lights and rear side reflectors, newly mandated by US law for the 1968 model year. Three trim levels were offered, beginning with the sparsely trimmed base Ranchero, the Ranchero 500 trimmed like the corresponding Fairlane 500, and the top-of-the line Ranchero GT with its Torino GT trim. Engine choices began with the 250 cubic inch I6 and ran to several V8 choices, including the standard 289, and the FE-based 390. The powerful 428 cu in (7.0 L) Cobra Jet, another FE derivative and the largest engine offered in the Ranchero to date, was a mid-1968 option. The 1968 model marked the final year of production of the 289; a 302 cu in V8 with two-barrel carburetor became the standard V8 in 1969. Two new upmarket engine choices were available, the 351 Windsor. Like the Torino/Fairlane, the Ranchero could be had with virtually all of the same options as its cousins, including air conditioning, bucket seats, center console, AM/FM radio, optional wheels, front power disc brakes, hood scoop (standard on GT), and even a vinyl top. Changes across the 1969 model line were slight and included a flatter three-piece grille less the horizontal crossbar and Ford crest, relocation of GT grille badging from the crest to the lower right corner of the grille as viewed from the front, a change from black-faced instruments with white numerals to brushed aluminum with black numerals and a slimmer.
A game of subtle lights and shadows reveal the magnificent curves of the body of this Legendary American Muscle Car, coupe utility: The 1968 Ford Ranchero GT with Stripes one of the most influential vehicles of the 20th century. A true Car Legend that lives forever. The harmonious, accurate, and elegant illustration of the 1968 Ford Ranchero GT with Stripes is printed on an aluminum insert, surrounded by a black durable plastic case. Available in several bright colors, it will not peel or fade. The Cell Phone Cases are available for Apple iPhone and Samsung Galaxy Smartphones.
Black • Silver Grey • Military Green • LeMans Blue • British Green • Racing Blue • Dark Red • Cattail Brown • Steel Blue • Good Orange • Italian Red • Light Blue • light Pink • Hot Pink
Apple iPhone 4 • 4s • 5 • 5s • 5SE • 6 • 6s • 6 Plus • 6s Plus • 7 • 7 Plus • 8 • SE • 8 Plus • X • XS • XS Max • XR • 11 • 11 Pro • 11 Pro Max • 12 Mini • 12 • 12 Pro • 12 Pro Max • 13 Mini • 13 • 13 Pro • 13 Pro Max • 13 Mini • 14 • 14 Plus • 14 Pro • 14 Pro Max
Samsung Galaxy S4 • S5 • S6 • S7 • S8 • S8+ • S9 • S9+ • S10 • S10e • S10+ • S20 • S20+ • S20 Ultra • S20 Lite • S20 FE • S21 • S21+ • S21 Ultra • S21 FE • S22 • S22+ • S22 Ultra
The cover / case is made of Hard Plastic (Flexible Rubber for iPhone 13 models and Samsung Galaxy S20, S21 and S22 models) and a Printed Aluminum Insert.
The image is permanently infused into the aluminum that will not crack, fade, chip, or peel (we do not use stickers or decals).
Easy access to all buttons and features of your phone, plug your charger cable, and headset without removing the case. (inductive charging is not supported).
The Smartphone is not included. You will receive 1 (one) Smartphone case / cover / skin only.
This Smartphone Case is brand new with tag. It is in stock, packed in a bubble bag, and ready to ship.
This product is designed, printed & packed in the USA.
* Ford or any other marks are registered trademarks. Our products are not approved by any of these manufacturers and trademarks. We do not imply any association with these manufacturers and references are based on historical information in the public domain.