1970 Ford Mustang Converible – A Rough Diamond!

1970 Ford Mustang

As owner of the signature Auto Classics in Columbus, Ohio, Rick Parker collects and restores Cobra Jet and Boss Mustangs, Fairlanes, Cougars, Torinos, Galaxies,  and Shelbys.

Rick`s great interest in restoring rare Fords became even greater once a caller announced a 70 Cobra het Ram-Air convertible restoration.

This Cobra turned out to be a rough diamond that the owner quit driving it due to a timing chain problem. In addition, the owner did not install the TractionLok differential.

What gives this car a mach 1 appearance is a glass rear window, a power top, F70-14 tires, a sport wheel covers, and an AM radio.

This Mustang appeared to be expensive back in 1970. It was priced at $4, 066


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