The 2003 Ford Mustang Concept Convertible is for sale again

The 2003 Ford Mustang Concept Convertible is for sale again

You already know that American carmaker Ford has a lot of plans for the future in terms of European market. We will now tell you about their plans for the North American market. The specialists are now with concept cars and to be more precise, we will tell you more about the Ford Mustang Convertible study which was released in 2003 in Detroit at the North American International Auto Show. The carmaker actually sold this model a few years ago, exactly after they have auctioned it off together with its coupe brother, in Palm Beach at the 2009 edition of the Barrett-Jackson Auction. Both the coupe and convertible concept versions of the 2003 Mustang managed to bring the styling elements of the classic Mustang back to life. Its absence lasted for several decades. The models have been used to preview the production models that have been its followers. These have been the introduction into the 21st century in the auto industry. The production version of the model was a bit different from the concept as it only had two seats and a fixed roll bar behind the front passengers. We have to admit that it continues to look nice, but the problem is the interior, as according to different specialists looks like a toy. The model does not comply with any federal or state laws, but it is a working prototype. If you take a look in the photo gallery, you will be able to see what we are talking about. Details regarding prices are not available at the moment, but get ready for a really tough one. This is a one-of-a-kind original concept and so, this says a lot. I trust that the above information managed to awake your interest and curiosity on this model.