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This 1969 Ford Mustang Convertible has a well-done total package where you can see they made an investment to keep this one look sharp, right down to its factory-correct color combo. And while it has a sporty style, the real draw here is how it upholds a nice drop-top cruiser attitude.

This one was given a nice restoration where you get the correct Meadowlark Yellow with a bright and glossy finish. So this sunshine-friendly convertible really loves to radiate in on those sunny Sunday drives. And the light also loves to highlight the crisp body panels. The bumpers and trim also have the unmistakable look of a good investment. But there's more here than just shine. There has also been an upgrade in the sporty look with competition-style torque thrust wheels. And the deep chin spoiler reminds us of the Boss cars. This one is more of a cruiser than a speed demon, but the addition of the black air dam goes particularly well with the blackout grille and folding black roof.

And because we like the look of the black roof against the bright yellow, with the flip of a switch, the top powers down to reveal a full black interior. It's the full factory-correct color combo, and just like the exterior, there has been a solid investment in quality. Newer seat covers, carpeting, door panels, and dash all make this a nice place to spend some time. There's even air conditioning to really make this a desirable cruiser. In fact, front bucket seats, a floor shifter, and crisp/clean gauges are all there to make you want to enjoy this one any time.

The engine bay continues this car's unique presentation. It proudly displays the 250 cubic-inch inline-six motor as the refreshed block paint radiates blue from within the dark inner walls. Sure, we all know there's some nice V8s that fit under there, too. But there's something extra cool about having the correct displacement powerhouse still in the engine bay. And this one is well-done, right down to the new master cylinder, hoses, and wires. The inline arrangement is known for its smoothness, and something this well invested also makes for a terrific strong runner. Newer suspension components, power steering, a three-speed automatic transmission, and upgraded front disc brakes come together for a full package that moves you confidently and comfortably down the road.

Complete with the original warranty card, this is a sharp drop-top pony car that was given solid investments to make sure you can really enjoy the drive. Call today!!!

Vehicle Details

  • Listing ID:CC-1431065
  • Price:$28,995
  • Location:Lavergne, Tennessee
  • Year:1969
  • Make:Ford
  • Model:Mustang
  • Exterior Color:Meadowlark Yellow
  • Interior Color:Black
  • Transmission:Automatic
  • Odometer:17873
  • Stock Number:2322-NSH
  • VIN:9F03L105562

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