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Convertible 289ci

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The world is eternally moving forward at an extremely fast pace and very few cars have stood the test of time. It was the early 60’s and with Lee Iacocca being the Vice President of the Ford Motor company, the Ford Mustang was destined to be a success, However the company didn’t see it that way and the Mustang was only predicted to sell only 100,000 units yearly, but this was not the case as upon introduction of the Mustang the car sold 400,000 units on its 1st year and then a million units within just 2 years of its launch. The Mustang created the genre of the pony car and has been running for 57 years with over 10 million made to date. It was not only a big win for Ford, but also to the automotive industry as it pushed its competitors to create other iconic cars such as the Chevrolet Camaro and the Dodge Challenger, further the Mustangs design would change how coupes would look worldwide as its styling cues also inspired the creation of the iconic Toyota Celica and the Ford Capri. If you are on the lookout for a piece of automotive history, or have been bitten by the pony car bug, this first-generation 1965 Ford Mustang Convertible with just 78,074 Miles on the clock and reported to be a numbers-matching car is ideal for you.




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The characteristic British roadster is renowned for iconic designs, wonderfully tuneful engines, and a spirited and enjoyable driving experience, particularly on a sprint down a country road on a summer day. The MG brand epitomized this segment of cars starting with the MG J type built in the early 1930s. As time passed, MG continued to capitalize on their proven recipe for the perfect open top roadster with the introduction of the MGA model in 1955. The MGB followed in 1962. This model featured a new design and unitary body structure instead of the traditional body on frame construction. The changes made to the body meant it was lighter as well. This model had an 18-year production run which was the longest in comparison to previous MG models and was also one of the first cars to feature a controlled crumple zone that was designed to protect driver and passenger in the event of a frontal collision. If you are on the hunt for an iconic British sports car, this 1965 MG MGB is an ideal partner for your sunny summer jaunts. Located in Connecticut, this car comes with just 32,739 miles on the clock, and is a perfect weekend driver, a deliciously analog refreshment in a digital world. It’s also reported to be a numbers-matching car.




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De Tomaso, a name that is obscure in the general motoring world, but to the ones who dare to step into the world of rare limited-production automobiles, is a treat and worthwhile investment. The De Tomaso Automobil is an Italian sports car-manufacturing company founded in 1959 by Argentinian founder Alejandro De Tomaso. De Tomaso’s first venture was in the form of the De Tomaso Vallelunga a mid-engined sports car produced in 1964. With the success of the Vallelunga and the Ford powered Mangusta, De Tomaso went on to build arguably their most popular car the De Tomaso Pantera in 1971. Elvis Presley owned a Pantera. This is a 1974 De Tomaso Pantera Coupe from Pennsylvania, in exquisite condition, and with just 35,997 miles on the clock. The vehicle is reportedly garage kept, with all maintenance said to be up to date. The original owner’s manual is available and laminated for added protection from the elements. A car cover is included with the sale as an added bonus. Furthermore, it is reported to be a numbers-matching car.
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