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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 11-23-2011, 03:07 PM Thread Starter
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For Sale: 1973 Mustang Cobra Jet 4 Speed Convertible

1973 Mustang Cobra Jet 4 Speed Convertible:

Real factory “Q” code 4 speed convertible with many options. Very rare car. Only 293 were built (See Marti Report). Has power steering, power disc brakes, white power top, driver’s side remote control mirror and center console. All original 351C 4-V with 4 speed toploader manual transmission. Motor was rebuilt 3,000 miles ago. Competition suspension, convenience group, factory 8000 RPM tachometer, 9” rear end with 3.25 gears and staggered shocks. Ivy Glow Metallic paint with Ginger Sebring Corinthian vinyl bucket seats. Interior is all original and in good condition. Driver’s seat has one small rip on seat seam. Car does come with a set of matching original seat covers. Has the original factory forged aluminum wheels with radial tires. Original Mustang factory AM/FM stereo radio. Dearborn, Michigan built car with San Jose, California District Sales Office. Car has spent its entire life in California. 94,000 original miles on odometer. Car is solid with all original sheet metal. No rust anywhere. Underneath is in near perfect condition. Runs and drives like new. This is a survivor car and very difficult to find one in this condition. This is a well documented 2 owner car with original sales documents. Asking $15,900 obo. For more pictures go to: Classic Motorsports For more information call (916) 247-5287


Warranty Number: 3F03Q252716
Year: 3 1973
Plant: F Dearborn, MI
Body Series: 03 Convertible
Engine: Q 351 4v V8
Unit: 252716 252716



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Body: 76D Convertible
Color: 4C Ivy Glow Metallic
Trim: CF Ginger All Vinyl, Comfort weave, Luxury Interior
Date: 06/73 June, 1973
D.S.O: 72 San Jose
Axle: 9 3.25:1, Conventional
Trans: 5 4-Speed Manual
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