1970 ford mustang convertible with 351 cleveland shaker hood 4V
my husband has a 1970 ford mustand convetible with a 351 cleveland...shaker hood...4V...new top, interior, paint, engine, transmission, etc...we are thinking about selling it but have no idea how much it might be worth...he believes that there were only 20 of these cars made...if you have any information that you could give us we would greatly appreciate your help...thank you! firstname.lastname@example.org
Sounds like a very nice car! As a classic auto dealer (who actually specializes in Mustangs), I can tell you that these are sought after convertibles and having the 351 is a nice bonus. If the car is nicely restored with few minor flaws and no obvious issues, it'll bring between $26,000 and $30,000. Kevin Marti at Marti Autoworks in El Mirage, AZ. can help you to find out what the actual production nukbers were for your car. Hope that helps.
Re: 1970 mustang w/ 351 Cleveland... I had the pleasure of driving one of these in 1994. My grandfather let me use it spring/summer of that year. It was one of 170 w/ the 351 cleveland/ 4V/ Hurst 4spd combinations. It didn't have a shaker hood, however it was beatiful. It is unfortunatly no longer w/ us and I have been looking for another of the same since. I have 2 66 fastbacks and a 65 convertable currently and would love to put another 70 in the stable. Just thought you all should know it's a keeper and I am truly envious.
Nice thats a sweet body style. I just bought me an all original 95% rust free 72 mach 1 mustang from Texas. She has the original 351 Cleveland CJ which is a factory 4 barrel with a 750 carberator which was just overhauled, hooker headers, dual exhaust, C6 cruise omatic transmission and the 9" rear end! The car also has factory air, and power steering.
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