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1973 Q-code 4 speed convertible on E bay
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https://m.ebay.com/itm/1973-Ford-MUSTANG...2573639213
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Oh, that avocado interior color is just soooo appealing. NOT.

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that's a lot of green for a lot of green
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Official car of Kermit the Frog. I am a fan of green exterior or interior, but perhaps not both at the same time. Did the 351 4V make 300 hp in '73? Doesn't seem right unless the engine is juiced up a little bit.
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It's being sold from another car flip place that doesn't know shit about these cars!

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donkost, the Ford listed horsepower for the 73 "Q" was 266. When installed in the Gran Torino/Montego line it was listed at 248 (72) and 246 (73).
The green interiors seemed to be a favorite of the Big Three in the 60's and 70's. Anyone here that grew up in the same time period probably remembers some Avocado Green kitchen appliances! The closest I've come to green is a dark green 67 Mustang and a 69 LTD my Dad had that was called "Sea Foam Green" and with the matching  dark green interior. LOL  Didn't really look that bad....and green everything WAS acceptable then!
The only color combo I had a little trouble "Digesting" on a 71-73 was a V code Pewter with a green interior. Please no hate mail from anyone here that  happens to own that color /trim combo!   whistling

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No Officer...I really don't know how fast I was going, my speedometer stopped at 140!
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Mmmmm - avocado

I don't mind the 71 green interior in any of it's flavors, but avocado - no, just no.


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why is cobra jet in quotes? if its a CJ its a CJ not a "CJ"
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(03-05-2018, 01:58 PM)secluff Wrote: donkost, the Ford listed horsepower for the 73 "Q" was 266. When installed in the Gran Torino/Montego line it was listed at 248 (72) and 246 (73).
The green interiors seemed to be a favorite of the Big Three in the 60's and 70's. Anyone here that grew up in the same time period probably remembers some Avocado Green kitchen appliances! The closest I've come to green is a dark green 67 Mustang and a 69 LTD my Dad had that was called "Sea Foam Green" and with the matching  dark green interior. LOL  Didn't really look that bad....and green everything WAS acceptable then!
The only color combo I had a little trouble "Digesting" on a 71-73 was a V code Pewter with a green interior. Please no hate mail from anyone here that  happens to own that color /trim combo!   whistling

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We had the Avocado Green Kitchen appliances back in the late 60's. The stove, wall oven, and refrigerator. Two rooms over we had the Avocado Green wall to wall carpet.  Looked good at the time!



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