Right here is an example of how to cruise in style. This 1973 Ford Mustang Convertible is a real looker! With an updated 5-speed manual transmission, a power top, a Kenwood AM/FM/CD radio, a custom center console, OS speakers and more, this Mustang has everything you need for cruising. 1973 was the final year for the 1st-Generation Mustang, and with it came a few minor updates including an enlarged front bumper, horizontal sportlamps replaced with vertical turn signals, and different grille patterns for different trim levels. This Mustang is powered by a 351 "Cleveland" engine that breathes through a 4-barrel carburetor, providing a perfectly ample amount of power. That power gets to the rear end through an updated Hurst 5-speed manual transmission, perfect for cruising or for going a little faster. The blue paint paired with gray stripes looks absolutely fantastic, especially with the matching gray convertible top to match. The black vinyl seats are also very comfortable, and when matched with a custom center console they make for a perfect long-haulers. Options on this fantastic drop-top include a Mach I hood, dual-sport mirrors, power steering, power disc brakes, a Kenwood AM/FM/CD player and radio, wipers, updated OS speakers (that sound great), and a power convertible top. The car rides on some great Magnum 500 wheels on top of some Goodyear RWL Eagle tires, only completing this Mustang's classic look. If I were you, I wouldn't let this easygoing drop-top pass you buy. It would look great in anyone's driveway!
VIN decodes as follows:
3: 1973 model year
F: Assembled in Dearborn, Michigan USA
03: 2-Door Convertible bodystyle
H: 351 C.I. "Cleveland" V8 engine
234941: Sequence number