Mustang Convertible PricesLast Updated July 21, 2021 | Meghan Drummond
A complete list of all Mustang convertible prices from 1965-2019, both the original sticker as well as what those prices would look like when adjusted for inflation today. If you're curious about how the price of the Mustang convertible has changed over time, then this guide is for you.
Whether it’s a weekend cruiser and easy daily driving that you’re after, or an all-around driver's car that is a blast to drive on the twisties, there really isn’t a right answer when it comes to choosing the right transmission for your Mustang. It comes down to personal preference and lifestyle.
Whether it’s your 1st Mustang or your 50th, sometimes it can be tough to decide between a Mustang fastback or coupe and a convertible for your next pony. Each has its advantages and disadvantages. For example, if you enjoy maximum handling capability, you just can’t beat the structural integrity that comes with a hardtop. On the other hand, if you enjoy beachside cruises or early morning drives on your favorite backroad, a convertible may be better for you.
Convertibles are the perfect ride on a warm, sunny day. But soft tops, like those on the Mustang, do need some upkeep to keep them in good condition. This guide will walk you through the step-by-step instructions for cleaning your Mustang’s convertible top.
There are a lot of things to look for when you’re buying a used Mustang. From combing online listings to figuring out which generation is the right one for you, there are a lot of decisions to make on the road to finding a used Mustang that you'll be happy with. Once you find your perfect pony you'll be glad you put in the work, and we're here to guide you through locations, conditions, and generations.