Tuesday, June 21, 2011

Ruby Tuesday - Red Mustang Convertible

I well remember when the original 1964 Mustang was introduced.  I was teaching at Horace Mann Junior High School in downtown Tulsa.  There was a Ford dealership in the next block where I lusted after this sporty little car.  On a teacher's salary it was not to be.  The beautiful red convertible above was parked in the Walmart at 45th and Peoria.  It is (I think) a 2009 model.  It still makes my heart go pitty-pat.

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8 comments:

Lucy Corrander : Photos said... [Reply to comment]

I expect it does! Though as a non-car person, I doubt this one would look anywhere near as desirable if it weren't parked near the complementary bright yellow railing.

Lucy

maria said... [Reply to comment]

How cool! Happy RT!

Mine's here.

Ryan said... [Reply to comment]

This really is a work of automotive art although a convertible would be pretty much unworkable over here....*still raining in June*

Yogi♪♪♪ said... [Reply to comment]

I love the Mustangs. We had a 1966 model I think when I was in high school. It was just a six cylinder and had only three speeds but it was still fun to drive.

The new Mustangs, Camaro's, and Chargers are all very nice.

RuneE said... [Reply to comment]

This must be one for my brother-in-law. He loves them (and has had one). I'll have to stick with VWW (not that I'm complaining :-) )

Thank you for the nice comment. We live at about the latitude of Anchorage and have the climate of Seattle :-)

BINDLE MAMA said... [Reply to comment]

Woo...that is red!
http://babybindle.blogspot.com/2011/06/ruby-tuesday-circus-is-here.html

Zhu said... [Reply to comment]

I'm surprised it doesn't have a vanity plate. Most of these cars do.

You wouldn't believe the number of convertibles here... funny when you think they can't be on the road half of the year!

Genie said... [Reply to comment]

It makes my heart go pitter-pat, too. I wanted one so badly. This red one is sure to give the driver a fabulous ride. Genie