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Ride The Wind In A 1971 Ford Mustang Convertible

By Steven Symes Jan 29, 2020
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By Steven Symes Jan 29, 2020
You’ll stop any show when you roll up in this classic.

Everyone wants a car which will turn heads and cause onlookers to stare in awe. And while there are many ways to do this, grabbing this 1971 Ford Mustang Convertible is one of the more original methods. After all, people will be expecting a classic coupe pony car, so to roll up in one with the top chopped off will really cause a stir, especially with one as good looking as this. Currently, this car is being offered through Awesome Joe Auctions, with bidding ending on Sunday, February 2.

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Anyone who knows the Blue Oval’s famous pony car well is aware the 1971 model year ushered in a complete redesign. The Mustang grew quite a bit in its dimensions. On this particular car, the black stripes over that beautiful white paint do an excellent job of emphasizing the length of the vehicle, making it look even bigger than it is. Next to the dark blue interior and with other black trim pieces, this ride looks fairly sophisticated, but without any of that pretense. A front spoiler and hood pins ensure everyone knows this car is about performance.

In fact, this Ford Mustang Convertible has won some shows, thanks to the thorough ground-up restoration done on it. A 302ci V8 and automatic transmission make it a joy to drive. Plus, you get the comfort of power steering, power brakes, a power convertible top, and more.

Maybe you haven’t heard of Awesome Joe Auctions before, but if do some digging about it you’ll find some very familiar names. Carlisle Auctions and Andy Lally ALIVE developed this eclectic collection of auction vehicles. That means you can feel safe about bidding on a car online, instead of worrying you’ll get taken.

If this Mustang isn’t quite your style, that’s ok. Awesome Joe Auctions has quite the variety of other cars up for auction, so finding something which suits your tastes isn’t that hard. You can also list your own vehicles on the site, if you’re wanting to offload anything to make room in your garage.


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