1973 Ford Mustang Q Code Cobra Jet
Body Type: Convertible
VIN: 3403Q260348
Exterior: Yellow
Interior: Black Vinyl Buckets with Console
Engine: 351C
Transmission: 4-Speed
Mileage Shown: 6,654
(Actual Mileage Unknown)
Body Numbers:
Options: Power Steering: Yes
Power Brakes: No
Power Seats: No
Power Windows: No
Air Conditioning: Yes
Radio: Yes, AM/FM Cassette
Stock Number: K11-241
Price: $24,900  
1973 Ford Mustang Q Code Cobra Jet
This loaded, numbers matching 1973 Mustang is equipped with a Q code 351 4V Cobra Jet, rare 4-speed transmission and 3.25 Traction Lok rear differential. It's been repainted in the correct Ford Medium Bright yellow over a straight and solid body. Other exterior highlights include color keyed mirrors, rub strips and Ford magnum 500 wheels. Black interior is in excellent condition and factory A/C blows cold for those dog days when the power top goes up. This Mustang is well documented, including deluxe Marti report, Ownercard, original purchase order and more. This fine example is one of only 293 Q Code Convertibles built. When it comes to last of the Cobra Jet Mustangs, this is about as good as it gets.

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