1973 Ford Mustang Convertible, 302 V8, 3 speed automatic, 94,330 original miles, all numbers match, VIN# 3FO3F246387
I am the 3rd owner of this 1973 ford Mustang Convertible. I purchased her from a man up in Cleveland that had purchased her from the original owner during an estate sale in Cleveland, OH 12/1999.
The Mustang was fully undercoated by the dealership when first purchased by Ziebart in Cleveland, OH. She is as rust free as you can find for an original/unrestored 45 year old mustang. She had a new convertible top and a dent in the front passenger quarter panel when I bought her. I had the quarter panel replaced with a new OEM and undercoated when I had her repainted in 2003. That paint job was performed on the entire car and unfortunately has orange pealed.
I have done a lot of basic mechanical repairs and couple of improvements to her. I will be providing the 6 volume Ford Shop Manual as well as her original parts (radio, speaker, cooling system...) and nice car cover. They are all in her trunk along with the original full-sized functional spare tire and jack. I installed a Custom Autosound Mustang Radio with stereo speakers front and rear. It looks like a push button like the original am/RCA. But it is an am/fm with lots of ability along with an iPod connection. I also installed an Classic Auto Air system. It has a duel heat exchanger that provides AC to the interior of the car and defroster. No modifications were required for the exsisting dash pannel except a center air vent was added and I upgraded all of the cooling system.
She runs great and is sound. Lots more details are available. I will also have most of the documentation of all I have done for her over my 19 years with her.
The NADA Retail Values as of last night for a basic 1973 Ford Mustang Convertible are: Original MSRP $3,189 Low Retail $10,250 Average Retail $22,800 and High Retail $36,100
Questions are welcome, additional information and pictures are available. Thanks in advance. Keep A Smile
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