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The Convertible for 1970
maintains Mustang's long hood / short deck design proportions.
Exterior design features include:
A top folding
mechanism that permits retention of a large rear quarter window
and stacks the top nearly flush with the beltline.
A four-ply vinyl top
available in black or white. Hidden fasteners on the top boot add
to the attractive top-up or top-down appearance. Extra padding
under the top fabric along to the upper side areas provide a
smoother exterior appearance. Optional "Folding Glass" backlight
available with power operated top. A concave rear panel flanked by
recessed triple taillights with bright metal frames. Backup lights
are mounted in the splash shield below the rear bumper.
Convertible includes all the interior features of the hardtop plus
a top linkage arrangement that conceals the balance link mechanism
and provides a neat interior appearance. All-vinyl interiors are
provided in black, white, blue, vermilion, ivy green, or ginger
and feature color-keyed wall-to-wall nylon carpeting. Long,
energy-absorbing armrest house the squeeze-type recessed handles.
Deep-padded, high-back bucket seats have molded urethane varying
in thickness to provide additional comfort and side support.
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