On the lot now is a stunning 1971 Ford Mustang Convertible! With a striking red and black color combination & power steering this '71 makes for a really nice cruiser. 1971 was the first year for the Ford Mustang's third restyling of the 1st generation, making it longer, lower and wider. Those design cues are evidenced in this Mustang as well, and the red and black paint scheme really amplifies this example's bodylines. Powered by an F-code 302 C.I. V8, this Mustang makes all the power necessary needed to do some cruising. That 302 breathes through a 2-barrel carburetor and is backed up to the rear end through a 3-speed automatic, shifting smooth and delivering linear power. The bodylines, as stated before, are presented to the viewer nice and straight and the bright red paint gleams in the sun. The black vinyl interior is very comfy and is adds to the cruisability of this Mustang with bucket seats and a factory center console. Options fitted to this '71 Ford include power steering, a period '80s updated AM/FM/Cassette stereo, a power convertible top, a heater + defroster, a remote mirror, and a nice-sounding exhaust. The car rides on some great-looking AMR wheels on top of some classy Cooper Cobra RWL GT tires. This Mustang really does make for one excellent cruiser, and is sure to put a smile on its driver's face at any given moment. It's looking for a new home, and we'd be glad to see it in your driveway. VIN decodes as follows: 1: 1971 model year F: Built in Dearborn, Michigan USA 03: 2-Door Convertible F: 302 C.I. V8 2V 116933: Sequence number, 16,933rd 1971 Mustang built
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