4610 Pet Lane
This 1967 Ford Mustang convertible has V8 power, cruiser-friendly features, and overall drop-top appeal. But it's the special metallic color that really makes this one of the best ways to enjoy a distinct icon.
Raspberry metallic is a terrific custom color that will stand out in a crowd. It keeps a boldness similar to red but adds an electric element to the usual cherry hues. The finish does have a few signs of responsible use, but you weren't looking to tuck this away in a vault either. When a car looks this bold, you know it was made to get out there and cruise. And the full package certainly knows how to turn heads. The doors shut solid and the weather-stripping is pliable to give you quality fundamentals. There's quality in the main pieces, too, like how the black convertible top fits snug fitting and has a clear plastic window. And the chrome bumpers have a fresh-looking mirror shine.
If you like the combo of the black roof against the raspberry paint, then with the flip of a switch, you'll love powering it down to show off the full black interior. The deep/dark color makes for a uniform appearance with newer upholstery, plush carpeting, nice door panels, smooth dash, and convertible boot. Because this is a cruiser, you have upgrades like an armrest center console, cup holders, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo. Your right hand will be immediately attracted to the bright floor shifter, and your left hand will love the grip of the three-spoke wood-rimmed steering wheel.
The engine bay is clean, and the dark inner walls make the blue of the motor really pop. So the exterior paint is not the only bold color on this car! Even hoses, belts, and wires look tidy. Ford's stout 289 cubic-inch V8 is a great motor to have. It inhales deeply with Edelbrock four-barrel carburetor, and the glasspack-style dual exhaust gives you a nice low rumble. Plus, the three-speed automatic transmission and power steering make this a great classic for summer ice cream runs (raspberry sherbet anyone?)
Complete with maintenance records, this is an iconic pony car with standout style and the kind of attitude that wants to hit the road. So if you want to drive distinction, call today!
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