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72 &1/2 H code, somebody added a bunch of 73 parts,dumbass people!
Lol, that's okay. I have a driver's side door and entire black interior (both front seats, rear sports seat, and interior panels) from a 73 Mach 1 and a ginger steering wheel/column from (most likely) a Cougar. People do strange things from time to time. :p

 
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1972 convertible:
originally an F-code, automatic drivetrain converted to Q-code, 4spd. Many additional mods to interior (late model leather) and exterior (custom silver mist metallic polar white) . Badged as a "Boss 351" clone.
1973 convertible:
all in original condition and driveable. Everthing is functional with the exception of the heater and ac.
1972 F-code base convertible resto-mod with Q code, 4 spd drivetrain

1973 H-code conv in original unrestored driveable condition

Photos in my gallery

 
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73 Mustang Convertible
Born an I-6, spent the teenage, 20 and 30 years as a 302, but at 40 will reach full potential as a 351C.
With all the science going on recently I was curious as to the number of 71 vs 72 vs 73 on this forum. Please take the time to post up year and make. Believe it or not this will give a pretty good sample group as to the percentage of survivors vs the # produced. IF YOUR PROUD OF IT, POST IT!!!
Is there some reason this isn't polled?

1973 Convertible

 
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