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This one owner Dearborn, Michigan built 1973 Mach 1 is presented in Gold Glow exterior and Medium Ginger vinyl interior. It has a 351ci V8 that produced 177hp from the factory in 1973. Other options include a 4 speed Automatic Transmission that puts power to the road through an 275.1 axle ratio. 1973 brought the last year of the 'big' Mustang. It was to be replaced by a smaller, lighter breed, therefore, most of the changes for '73 were merely cosmetic. A large, square, chrome headlamp bezel appeared, as did chrome trim around the tail lights. A color keyed Urethane front bumper replaced the chrome units of the previous years. The front parking lights were now placed vertically in the front grille. A new, grained, black applique with bright trim was placed on the rear body panel between the tail lights. This was replaced with a honeycomb style on the Mustang Mach 1 and Mustang Grande models. The 1973 Mustang convertible was to become the last Mustang convertible for many years. There were a total of 134,867 Mustangs produced in 1973.
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