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Check out this Playboy Pink 1973 Mustang convertible! This car was auctioned off at the January 2012 Barrett Jackson Auction in Scottsdale, Arizonia. It sold for $37,000. This car has silver stripes and a big 351ci engine, automatic transmission, air conditioning, factory forged wheels (still on the car), power steering and power disc brakes. It was special ordered with this paint right from the factory!

Convertible Top Color: red
Interior Color: white
Visible Options: hood scoops, chin spoiler, forged wheels, stripes
VIN: 3F03H220972
Owner: Barrett Jackson from Scottsdale Arizonia AZ
Posted: 01/22/2012


Ricky: B/J says the car was special ordered by a lady in Altamonte Springs, Florida. I am 110% positive THIS car was on the outside showroom of Ray Hunt Ford (now Kelly Ford) in Melbourne, Florida in the early months of 1973, possibly May. MY Mom ALMOST bought the car, but backed out when she found out that it DID NOT have FACTORY a/c!! (It now sports a 'dealer installed' a/c) THATS how I am 110% positive that its the same car, and BTW the car DID NOT have the NASA hood or the RED top originally, the top was White! AND to top it all off back in 2011 at the Mecum auction in Kissemmee, Florida I ran into a guy who was selling a nice '66 GT convertible and while we were talking Mustangs he told me that HE had restored the car-found in Alabama pretty rusty and painted Red. The car was featured in Mustang Monthly some years back. I showed it to my Mom and she couldn't believe it - said she regretted not buying it back in 1973!
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