Look at this car: 1967 Ford Mustang GT
Stave off boredom with these pretty pictures
Still bored in the house? All quarantine long we’ve been bringing you regular moments of zen in the form of some of our most favorite motorcars from around the Turo marketplace. We like cars, you like cars, so let’s look at some cars.
We never get tired of first-gen Mustangs. The original pony car is an icon for so many reasons, from its still-undeniable style to its impact on pop culture. Fifty-seven years after Ford first launched it, the Mustang is arguably the defining American automobile of the last century.
Marc’s 1967 Ford Mustang GT convertible (Marblehead, MA) Marc’s beauty here, a ‘67 Mustang GT convertible, is finished in its original factory color Sunshine Yellow. It sports the original vanity license plates, reading “K 9,” and thus has earned the nickname “The Dog.” With an automatic transmission and upgraded brakes, this happy, sunny pup is eager for some leisurely New England cruising (save it to your favorites if you’d rather wait for warmer weather). Marc also shares a classic Porsche on Turo and is well-versed in helping make special occasions happen, so consider treating yourself with a memorable time!