1973 ford Mustang for sale 100953303
1973 ford Mustang
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1973 ford Mustang

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1973 Ford Mustang Convertible for Sale. H Code 351 Cleveland V8 engine, 4 barrel carburetor and intake upgrades, dual exhaust, power steering, front power disc brakes, highly detailed engine bay, NASA scooped hood, light blue exterior, white power convertible top with glass rear window, white top boot, 15 Magnum 500 wheels with BF Goodrich Radial T/A tires, color-keyed sport mirrors, drivers remote mirror, blue bucket seat interior, center console, tilt steering column. Ready for fun in the sun! This is one beautiful Mustang Convertible!









Automotive History:

1973 brought some mild restyling. The urethane front bumper became standard and was enlarged in accordance with new NHTSA standards. All Mustang models had their sports lamps re-purposed as turn signals, as the new bumper covered part of the front valance (and therefore the previous turn signal location). These new lamps - unlike their 1971/72 counterparts.



The 1973 model year Mustang was the final version of the original pony car, as the model name migrated to the economy, Ford Pinto-based Mustang II the next year. Convertibles were equipped with a power top and a glass rear window. The 1973 models were the last Mustangs available as a convertible until 1982- the 83 model year



The Mustangs success left General Motors unprepared. Chrysler introduced the Plymouth Barracuda a few weeks before the Mustang, and although it was later redesigned as a distinct "pony car", it was initially a modified Plymouth Valiant. However, the "fish car" did not enjoy as strong a market demand as Fords "pony". General Motors executives thought the rear-engined Chevrolet Corvair Monza would compete against the Mustang, but it also sold poorly by comparison. The Monza performed well, but lacked a V8 engine and its reputation was tarnished by Ralph Nader in his book Unsafe At Any Speed. It took GM until the 1967 model year to counter with the Chevrolet Camaro and Pontiac Firebird. Lincoln-Mercury joined the competition in 1966 with the Mercury Cougar, an "upmarket Mustang" and subsequent Motor Trend Car of the Year. In 1967, American Motors (AMC) introduced the Javelin, an image changing "standout" four-place pony car. In 1969, the Dodge Challenger, a version of the Plymouth Barracuda platform, was last to join the pony car race. This genre of small, sporty automobiles is often referred to as the "pony car" because of the Ford Mustang that established this market segment

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Vehicle Specifications

  • VIN
    3F03H248277
  • Classic Car ID
    100953303
  • Stock Number
    11095
  • Category
    Muscle & Pony Cars
  • Body Style
    N/A
  • Condition
    N/A
  • Mileage
    96,943 miles
  • Engine
    351
  • Drivetrain
    N/A
  • Transmission
    Automatic
  • Exterior Color
    Blue
  • Custom Color
    N/A

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