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For your consideration is a beautiful 1971 Mustang V8 Automatic Convertible for sale in Pittsburgh PA! An absolutely stunning 1971 Mustang for sale and ready for summer cruising! This car is so well sorted out and fun to drive. If you're looking for something to jump into, hit the key, drop the top and go, this is it! The car runs very strong, shifts great, stops well, handles & steers well. Everything works as it should, looks proper and is a blast. Come check this one out!
Exterior: The paint is a custom two tone and that of high quality. There are no sings issues, cracking or rust. Its a stunning color combination and the work that has been done is top notch! The top, bumpers, trim and wheels are all in excellent condition.
Interior: In the desirable all black trim, the interior is in excellent condition with no major flaws. All of the gauges and lights work. An aftermarket CD player help make this car even more enjoyable! Check out the center console, its a cooler too!
Underside: There are no signs of accidents or rust. The underside is in great condition!
Mechanical: The 302 V8 barks to life through a fresh Flow-master dual exhaust system. With a 4 barrel carburetor and dual exhaust, this 302 picked up some extra pony's! And you sure can hear and feel them when driving. Power is transferred through a firm shifting C4. The car runs, shifts, handles and stops wonderfully!
1F03F203990 Vin Breakdown:
1 = 1971
F = Dearborn MI
03 = Convertible
F = 302 V8
203990 = Consecutive Production #
This car is a PURE DREAM to enjoy!
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