This 1972 Ford Mustang has an actual miles title to prove this is a
true low-mileage classic. That kind of history goes nice with a V8
drop-top pony car that really likes to keep a very vintage
The later first-gen Mustangs are for the lovers of road-owning
style. After all, they made these a bit longer than the first few
years, and that gave them a far more substantial appearance. It
also doesn't hurt that this one was born in a bold bright red. It
also has a well-coordinated black that gives it some Mach 1 sporty
style. This includes the deep front air dam, full-length hockey
stick stripe, rocker stripe, and full-width rear spoiler. Plus, we
all love the look of the blackout hood with ram air style NACA
scoops. It is presented with a clean look that also won't make you
afraid to hit the road and enjoy this car on a sunny Sunday. And so
this is the substantial Mustang that makes it easy to have a
memorable presence on the streets.
The black convertible top goes with the rest of the exterior's
black accenting for a stylish appearance. With the touch of a
button, it folds back to reveal an all-black interior. So you get a
coordinated look with the roof up or down. Not only was this car
born with this desirable color combo, but the interior shows off
the kind of classic style this had on day one. You've got great
vintage details, including the wood-like inserts in the doors,
comfort weave inserts in the seats, and classic dual-spoke steering
wheel. And it remains a great cruiser today thanks to high-back
bucket seats, a center console in-between, and crisp/clean factory
gauges in the smooth dash. There's even a well-placed AM/FM digital
tuner w/cassette to upgrade your driving music.
Under the hood is Ford's desirable 302 cubic-inch V8. It has the
clean look you want when presenting a car that has averaged less
than 1,200 miles annually. The consignor even states that this is
the original motor. It's a tidy setup so that people can see cool
details, like the correct Powered by Ford valve covers. This V8
fires up readily and makes a nice sound out of the newer dual
exhaust. It's a true easy cruiser with features like a three-speed
automatic transmission, power steering, power brakes, and front
Complete with service manual, this is the classic Mustang
convertible that has V8 power and a well-done color combo. And as
these final years for the first-gen pony car approach the
half-century mark, you just know the admiration for a drop-top like
this low mileage example will only grow. Call now!
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