1969 Ford Mustang Convertible 335 HP V-8 engine


Description


428/335 HP V-8 engine
4-speed transmission
4-barrel carburetor
10.5:1 compression
Candy Apple Red with Black Clarion interior
Power top with glass backlite
Visibility group
Power front disc brakes
Power steering
AM radio, Clock
Tinted glass
Color keyed racing mirrors
Marti Report and Eminger shipper
Options found on this muscle ragtop include the power top with a glass rear window, Visibility Group, color-keyed dual racing mirrors, power steering, power front disc brakes, tinted glass, tachometer instrument cluster, passenger-side clock and AM radio. The convertible is also equipped with black GT rocker-panel stripes, hood click-pins and styled steel wheels with narrow whitewall tires. Although the interior trim is the standard version, the Mustang was uniquely delivered from the factory with the Deluxe interior’s high-back bucket seats. Contrasting the otherwise unadorned exterior is the through-the-hood Shaker scoop, a dead giveaway that the Mustang is powered by the R-code 428 Cobra Jet with functional ram-air. With the Shaker jutting into the air stream above the hood, the scoop funnels cooler, thus denser, outside air through the air filter and into the Cobra Jet’s Holley 4-barrel carburetor. While Mach 1s were the usual recipient of the Ram Air 428 Cobra Jet, this convertible is a unique Mustang convertible with the top-of-the-line R-code performance powerplant. Its unique factory option list can be found on the Eminger shipping report, and the Marti Report further breaks down its rarity as one of five Candy Apple Red 428 Cobra Jet 4-speed Mustang convertibles built and the only example with black high-back bucket seats.
1969 Ford Mustang Convertible 335 HP V-8 engine
$ 18,800.00
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428/335 HP V-8 engine
4-speed transmission
4-barrel carburetor
10.5:1 compression
Candy Apple Red with Black Clarion interior
Power top with glass backlite
Visibility group
Power front disc brakes
Power steering
AM radio, Clock
Tinted glass
Color keyed racing mirrors
Marti Report and Eminger shipper
Options found on this muscle ragtop include the power top with a glass rear window, Visibility Group, color-keyed dual racing mirrors, power steering, power front disc brakes, tinted glass, tachometer instrument cluster, passenger-side clock and AM radio. The convertible is also equipped with black GT rocker-panel stripes, hood click-pins and styled steel wheels with narrow whitewall tires. Although the interior trim is the standard version, the Mustang was uniquely delivered from the factory with the Deluxe interior’s high-back bucket seats. Contrasting the otherwise unadorned exterior is the through-the-hood Shaker scoop, a dead giveaway that the Mustang is powered by the R-code 428 Cobra Jet with functional ram-air. With the Shaker jutting into the air stream above the hood, the scoop funnels cooler, thus denser, outside air through the air filter and into the Cobra Jet’s Holley 4-barrel carburetor. While Mach 1s were the usual recipient of the Ram Air 428 Cobra Jet, this convertible is a unique Mustang convertible with the top-of-the-line R-code performance powerplant. Its unique factory option list can be found on the Eminger shipping report, and the Marti Report further breaks down its rarity as one of five Candy Apple Red 428 Cobra Jet 4-speed Mustang convertibles built and the only example with black high-back bucket seats.

Additional information

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Type: Convertible
Year: 1969
Doors: 2
Mileage: 17660
Transmission: Manual
Interior Color: Black
Exterior Color: Candy Apple Red
Vehicle Identification Number: 9F03R202831
United States, Washington, Seattle
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