Gateway Classic Cars of Nashville Tennessee is proud to digitally
present this beautiful 1969 Mustang Convertible. This little pony
was one of the first major redesigns of the early Mustang. Building
on the success of the previous 3 years a lot changed for the 1969
Mustang. It now featured quad headlights up front, with the outer
two being more recessed than the inner two that were merely mounted
on the grille. It was also now larger and wider to look more
muscular and aggressive to compete with Muscle cars in the styling
department. When you take that new styling and add an automatic
convertible top, you have what might be the hottest looking pony
car to ever come out of Detroit. Sporting a 4 speed automatic gear
box and a 351 Cleveland V8, this car has the gumption to easily
impress you in the seat dyno and spin tires. You'll more than
appreciate the ease and fun of driving this hopped up pony car.
This wonderful 1969 Mustang sports a white automatic convertible
top, a deep Dark Maroon paint, air conditioning, black vinyl
interior, power brakes, power steering, radial tires, rally wheels,
and am radio. If you're ready to drop the top and hit the highway
come see us in the Nashville showroom at 615-213-1800 or send us an
email [email protected] held pursuant to permit
No. 19289 of department of licenses granted the 14th day of August
1969 Ford Mustang
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