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The Mustang convertible was introduced along with the coupe in April 1964. Original top colors offered were white and black. It came with a plastic rear window that folded down into the rear boot, and was hidden by a tonneau cover that snapped into place. Manual tops were standard, or you could order a power top. The power top was engaged by a toggle switch on the right side, underneath the dash. The switch powered a a small electric motor that turned the input shaft to a hydraulic pump located in the trunk, just below the rear boot. Two hydraulic cylinders raised the top up and down. Finally when the top was up you latched it into place by means of two "J" hooks located on the left and right side of of the chrome weather-strip pillar on top of the windshield.

The 1960's Mustang convertible is one of the the most recognizable cars in the world . It has a strong collector following. It is an icon of the U.S automotive industry in the 1960's when American Steel ruled from the fire-roads to the interstate. The car is often used in the movies. The ragtops remain the most desired model of the line up, and they will continue to increase in value.


1966  Mustang Convertible

 


Here is a beautiful example car in Raven Black. The white stripe running along the rocker
panels is an
aftermarket touch, and the wheels are from the 1967 or 1968 model year.

 

 


This 1966 car is finished in origiginal color Caspian Blue. It has the GT Trumpet dual exhaust and
and the correct stripe. The style steel wheels with red center caps and whitewalls work nicely on the car !

 

 

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Standard Black Vinyl Interior

 

 

1964 Mustang 1965 Ford


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1967 Mustangs
1967 in Arcadian Blue

 

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1966 Ford Convertible Mustang

 


 

 



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1965 Mustang Convertible

 

 

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