After being garaged for over two decades, this two-owner 1970 Ford Mustang convertible has only 50,092 original miles. It was recently removed from storage and fully serviced. It is one of 7820 Mustang convertibles built in 1970, one of 317 with light ivory yellow paint and on of only 101 built with this paint and trim code. The car was ordered with the existing 351 two-barrel Windsor motor, which was also a rare option.
Other options include power steering, power top and sport wheel covers. This car runs and drives well around a parking lot, but it is not quite road-worthy. After sitting in a carport in Wisconsin, it will need repairs including the floor pans, frame rails, torque boxes and other soft and deteriorated areas underneath the car.
The car is priced well under NADA average value to allow for a budget to make the necessary repairs and result in a finished car still ahead of market value. This is a great opportunity and the car is priced to sell.