Many folks call 1973 the unofficial end of the muscle car era, and that's likely because it was the end of the line for the first-generation Mustang, and more importantly, its ragtop iteration. But the truth is, cars like this 1973 Mustang convertible are wonderful cars with a distinct style that still says "Mustang" loud and clear. Add in dark green paint, newer Mustang wheels, and a handsome interior, and suddenly it's a car that everyone will envy you for owning. This cheerful Mustang convertible delivers exactly what the Mustang has always promised: affordable fun. The paint appears to be original and it does have some rust issues as we have pointed out in a few photos. This is a factory 302ci V8 and not one of the 6 bangers, this one will get up and move. The sheet metal is straight, a detail highlighted by the gold body stripe that stretches from nose to tail. It hasn't been over-dressed with aftermarket hoods and spoilers, so it faithfully replicates what you might have driven off the dealer's lot back in the early '70s except for the upgraded wheels. This would be considered a entry level muscle car and what is exciting is the fun in the sun convertible top. A newer AM/FM/cassette stereo was tucked into the dash and overhead, there's a white power convertible top that's in okay condition. Mustang experts will glance at the VIN and quickly see that this car has an F-code 302 cubic inch V8. This was a trade in and the former owner stated that the trunk was full of all kinds of extra parts. The automatic transmission and 9-inch rear end, so it's a relaxed cruiser with pretty good torque. There's a lot to be said for this entry level muscle car, V8 Mustangs, this is an affordable way to own the car that started it all with the bonus of a top that goes down. It comes with factory AC but it is currently not working. Milage shows 81,503 but we have no way of confirming. Call today!
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