Oh the memories! I grew up in Dearborn, MI and watched 11 of my neighbors drive home new Mustangs the day it was introduced. I recently sold a 1968 triple-black Cadillac convertible with 28K miles. It too was the last of many things & first of a few: Last Caddy with no headrests, first with side-marker lights. Last with ventilators/windwings, first with hidden windshield wipers. Normally Cadillac got things before anyone else at GM, but these were the days of DeLorean, and because he was making bank over at Pontiac, that division got hidden windshield wipers before Cadillac, in 1967, along with collapsable steering columns. Anyone remember the ad standing in front of the '67 Pontiac looking over the hood to the windshield with the words, “Where are the windshield wipers?” Back to the '68 - full metal grill & bumper, seats worthy of a livingroom sofa. Not a cupholder to be found - but the car had 3 cigarette lighters! Last year for dash ignition, first year for amber turn signal lamps. Huge armrest in front, none in back. No storage except for the glovebox, nor did this car have any sort of storage in the doors, seats, armrests or back of the seats. Beautiful car, an era never to be seen again.