This 1970 Ford Mustang convertible is quite a desirable total package. There\'s drop-top fun, speedy good looks, a well-coordinated style, an enhanced 302 V8, and a five-speed upgrade so you can enjoy it to the fullest. Grabber Green is one of those ultra-cool colors Ford has to make their performance cars look extra vivid. It\'s a great color that harmonizes with everything. So goes with the full racing stripe package on the hood and rockers. The green also looks good against the deep chin spoiler, blackout grille, and full-width rear spoiler. A hood scoop, hood pins, bright dual exhaust tips, and Mag 500 wheels are all part of this sporty drop-top appearance. Overall, there is a good driver-quality style here. So the most meticulous customers may find some detail projects they may want to take on. But what most of us appreciate is the kind of clean and complete classic that also doesn\'t make us nervous to hop in on a whim and go out for some fun. And you\'ll see there were investments made on this one to enhance the driving fun. The white folding roof looks good against the exterior stripes. With the flip of a switch, it powers down to reveal a cream-colored interior that also goes well against the outside. So you have an attractive style with the roof up or down. This has a thoughtful style with the high-back front bucket seats for comfort and deep black carpeting to show less dirt. You also have well-integrated upgrades, like the armrest center console with cup holders and an AM/FM/CD stereo with USB and Bluetooth. As a true driver\'s classic, you have an upgraded sports steering wheel, and that shifter is your gateway to an extra gear for a more versatile drive. When you pop the hood, the bright air topper and valve covers radiating from within the dark engine bay give this V8 some proper flair. This is Ford\'s hardy 302 cubic-inch V8, and now it has been upgraded to inhale deeper with a Holley four-barrel carburetor and an Edelbrock intake. It fires up eagerly and makes a nice tune out of the dual exhaust. This is the kind of drop-top that wants to hit the road, and the upgrade to a five-speed manual transmission maximizes the fun. Plus, you have all the right driving features like power steering, front disc brakes, and a wide BF Goodrich T/As. This was one of the most distinct years for the first-generation Mustang, and this drop-top loves to show it all off in style. So if you want a stand-out wind-in-your-hair pony car, call today!
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