1969-1970 Mustang Convertible

For 1969 Ford continued it's trend of major styling changes every 2 years. Just like the 1967 models increased in size to fit a larger engine, so did the 1969 model. In fact, the Mustang had never been offered in so many engine combinations; two 6 cylinders (200 cid & 250 cid), two 302's (standard and Boss), 351 Windsor, 351 Cleveland, 390, two 428's (CJ and SCJ) and finally the infamouse Boss 429.

Body styling changes resulted in the most aggressive Mustang yet, with a lower roof and more raked windsheild. Ford designers also gave a lot of styling attention to the fastback model, which was now called the SportsRoof. In addition to the standard 3 body styles; coupe, convertible and sportsroof, customers could also order styling and performance packages including the luxury Grande, Mach 1, Boss 302 and Boss 429. Some of these models would become the quickest and most sought after Mustangs of all time.

Convertible Coupe SportsRoof
1970 Ford Mustang Convertible 1970 Mustang Convertible
1970 Ford Mustang Convertible 1970 Mustang Convertible
$26,100.00 (48 Bids)
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T - 200 ci 1V 6-cyl. with 115hp
L - 250 ci 1V V-6 with 155hp
F - 302 ci 2V V-8 with 220hp
G - 302 ci 4V V-8 with 290hp (BOSS 302)
H - 351 ci 2V V-8 with 250hp
M - 351 ci 4V V-8 with 290hp
S - 390 ci 4V V-8 with 320hp
Q - 428 ci 4V V-8 with 335hp (COBRA JET)
R - 428 ci 4V V-8 with 335hp (COBRA JET-R)
Z - 429 ci 4V V-8 with 375hp (BOSS 429)