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Rediscovered Mustang from 1969.

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When Kirt Fryer got a chance to buy a 1971 Mustang convertible, he didn't let international travel hold him back. He packed up and hit the road for Calgary, Alberta, Canada, from his home in Tulsa, Oklahoma.

The fish on the end of this line was a big one: a 1971 Drag Pack Mustang convertible, which fits Fryer's mantra that goes like this: "It's a big-block, it's a Mustang, it's a convertible, then it's pretty rare."

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