Mustang for hire? A query from the UK
What an excellent site! Thank you Google...
I am coming to San Francisco for a fortnight in late March with my sweetie, and we're planning to drive down Highway 1.
I have loved Mustangs since I was a little girl. My Dad taught in Ohio during the late 60s and brought one back with him to the UK. I have been obsessed ever since - pity Mum made him sell it when my sis came along...
Anyway, what I'm wondering is if there is anywhere in SF or the Bay Area where I can hire a vintage Mustang? Preferably a 67/68 convertible.
Money is no object as sadly my Daddy died last year and I figure he'd approve of me spending a bit of my inheritance on such a noble pursuit.
Any help you fine people can give me would be massively appreciated.
Thanking you in advance,
Budget car rental rents the new convertible Mustang, which may be an excellent alternative for the coast.
Most vintage rentals dont rent Mustangs particularly.
Hope you have a wonderful trip. The coast is unforgettable.
Thank you Sue. I have been checking out recent Mustangs and will go for one if push comes to shove, but somehow it's not the same...
I was last in CA in 1990 (not old enough to drink!) and I can't wait to go back. My sweetie is a diamond and the prospect of sharing the coast with him sets me on fire. It's got to be one of the most romantic places in the world.
Thanks again lady x
I personally don't know where you could get one, but if money is no object I'm sure you'll find a place. And definitely go vintage, it's a way cool ride. Good luck.
If money is no object - Just buy one here and take it home with you. You would have your vacation car and a unique souvenir to take home:
Got this ad online and there are many others out there:
1966 Ford Mustang Convertible Asking: $15,000 Color:Vintage Burgundy Engine:V8 Transmission:manual four speed
Black interior, aftermarket seats with headrests, 3 point seat belts, MSD ignition/distributior, new T-5 tranny, new nine inch rear end, Torque thrust II mags, Mustang Plus suspension upgrades, Hooker headers, Flowmaster exhaust Bay Area
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There are a number of places that rent new Corvettes. Taking a convertible 'vette down hiway 1 would be a nice experience.