Light Pewter Metallic
1972 Ford Mustang Grande The Mustang Grande was back for the 1972 model year with no major changes. The 1972 Mustang Grande option was only for the hardtop and consisted of a vinyl roof, plush interior with deluxe cloth high back bucket seats, electric clock, interior trim panels with molded pull handles and arm rests, deluxe two-spoke steering wheel, color-keyed racing mirrors, full wheel covers, metal rocker panel moldings, metal wheel lip trim, and dual exterior paint stripes. For consignment, a 36,159 actual mile 1972 Mustang Grande. Some of the options that came with the Grande have been obscured or replaced, but it\'s still holds true to the Grande standard in 1972 form. The paint is still good and has been a respray in the correct Pewter. A black vinyl top is still being worn, and black striping adorns the car throughout. Throw in a 302ci V8 and a C4 automatic tranny, and according to the Kevin Marti By The Numbers book this particular car is one of 90 Grandes built with this combination, and we are good to go. Exterior The sleek design was in full force in 1972 and this car shows off it all. It is bathed in a Light Pewter Metallic, (silver), and has black stripes which are decals and very reminiscent of the Mach 1 striping of the era. A dual cowled hood NACA hood, sleek grille with a single headlight, and bumper below is showing some beginnings of tarnishing. The black vinyl top is in good condition and 14-inch slotted wheels have Firehawk radials wrapping them. A midline triple black racing stripe is on either side, and in back a black spoiler is attached to the trunk lid. The trunk lid is flanked by the B-pillar flying buttress styled rear glass supports which wraps around just a bit before coming to a landing in the trunk lid. A vertical rear roll pan shows a trio of lights for the tail although they are now flush and rounded over on the edges and a black center long oval panel with the chromed gas cap in the center. Dual exhaust peek out of the bottom from either side. Interior Sleek high backed buckets are showing in broadcloth/vinyl two tone with light ginger inserts with some stitched panels and darker ginger colored bolsters. The seats are good with slight wear on the driver\'s seat showing. The door panels are also covered in the ginger on either side of the seats. These have some faux wood appliqué pattern inserts in formica. The dash is now showing deep inset round gauges in white with black numbers and letters. The dash takes on a bright look with these new gauges. A Grant rally steering wheel is now fronting this new refreshed dash. The remainder of the dash uses more wood/formica appliqué that is highlighted by chromed plastic edging and some textured black vinyl for the gauge background. An aftermarket JVC AM/FM/CD radio is now in and below the dash just prior to the shifter lever console, is a lineup of 4 aftermarket gauges to keep your eyes on the mechanical pulse of this car. A small plastic ginger console houses the T shifter and resides on the ginger carpeted floors. The headliner is all ginger and is nice and tight showing some very light scuffing but still solid coloring. Drivetrain Under the long pony hood is a factory correct 302ci V8 with a single 2 barrel carburetor topping it. It has a correct C4 3-speed automatic transmission on back with a Ford 8 inch 3.00 conventional rear axle. Headers are just below the aluminum ribbed cast valve coverings, and a Flowmaster exhaust handles the gases to travel for a rear dual piped exit. Undercarriage Looking at the undercarriage we can note some light to medium surface rust particularly in the rear fenders. Most of the remainder of the undercarriage is rust free and structurally sound, and unibody construction is all solid. However, we do note invasive rust on the passenger\'s rear floor pan that will need to be repaired and there is some other invasive rust making an appearance on the rear of the passen
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