This is something you really should do yourself. It's not that hard. My Chockostang kit came with very good instructions which included pictures.Wow...that's it? Is this just for parts? I am looking for an all-in price to have it installed.
In '68 Ford went to the single piston floating caliper disc brake which has a different spindle. If you have drum brakes then you have the older spindles. Your two choices are: change the spindles to get '68 brakes or install '65-67 Kelsey Hayes 4 piston caliper brakes. There is debate as to which brake system is better.
Here are three suppliers that receive rave reviews on this forum that carry complete brake kits (every nut, bolt, hose, etc that you will need):
Street or Track
Chock's site has a history lesson on the different brake systems (and spindles) that Ford used over the early years.
And you will have the feeling of accomplishment from doing it yourself. Learning to do new things is part of the old car hobby.What he said. Everything is brand new. All the parts are included. If you're not familiar with brakes or anything else for that matter, trying to piece something together it's very easy to buy a wrong part causing massive frustration and time lost figuring out what you really need. So buy a complete kit such as the factory 65-67 Mustang. This is 100% bolt on. No spindles replaced, no special tools to rent and no alignment needed.
If you have basic mechanical skills and some basic hand tools, you probably could do this on a Saturday. If you send it out, I'll take a stab and say $400-500 from a shop to install