Our amazing dark green metallic 1970 Ford Mustang for Self Drive Hire has the 302 cubic inch (5.0 litre) V8 with automatic gearbox, front power disc brakes, black power roof and power steering. This is the only one of its kind in the UK for self drive hire. Call 07800592058 to hire our Ford Mustang for Self Drive Hire.
Hire one today from only £265* per day for a truly amazing experience.
See our 1970 Mustang in Kylie Minogue’s video – Time Bomb
Check out our other classic American cars for self-drive hire.
See our Camaro on MTV (watch clip 2 – 1min 10sec in) or see a nearly identical Camaro in the movie “This Means War” with Reese Witherspoon, Chris Pine and Tom Hardy.
For a car enthusiast, the Ford Mustang is the car that brought sporting dash and styling at a price almost anyone could afford. The Mustang has never been an exotic car but that hasn’t kept it from capturing the hearts of drivers for nearly 40 years with the first generation cars having the purest lines and more compact shape.
The Mustang was shown to the public for the first time at the New York World’s Fair on April 17, 1964. It went on sale at Ford dealers that same day. The “1964 ½” production Mustang followed two Mustang concept cars. Compared to every other American car then in production, except the Corvette, the Ford Mustang was gorgeously sleek. To make the Mustang affordable it needed to share much of its engineering with an existing Ford product, the Falcon.
Initially offered as either a notchback coupe or convertible, the Mustang’s unibody structure was laid over a 108-inch wheelbase and stretched out 181.6 inches from bumper to bumper. While it shared its front double-wishbone/coil spring and leaf spring rear suspension as well as its overall length with the Falcon, the proportions of the Ford Mustang were different. Its cockpit was pushed further back on the chassis, resulting in a longer hood and shorter rear deck design, and both its roof and cowl were lower.
For 1969 and 1970 models, the Mustang received a larger body, a more aggressive stance, and a wider grille. ’69 models featured “quad headlamps” which disappeared to make way for an even wider grille in the ’70 models. A variety of performance and decorative options were available including functional (and non-functional) air scoops, cable and pin hood tie downs, and both wing, trunk and chin spoilers. Additionally, the Boss 302 and 429 models were introduced to homologize the engines.
Why not try out our 1969-1970 Ford Mustang convertible for an amazing experience.
Also find a full revew of our Camaro in the December 2010 issue of Classic and Sports Car from their back issues section.