The ’73 Mustang, though fattened up a bit, was still based on the skeleton of the original ’64½. In 1974, the thoroughbred would be relegated to the boneyard, as Ford would downsize the Mustang II to be based on its subcompact Pinto platform. With a 4 cylinder engine! Heresy! So here’s a ’73 — the last of the first — a convertible with a honkin’ Cleveland 351 4-barrel V8 and all the luxury stuff too, like factory air and power windows riding on Hallibrand knockoffs. (Maybe it had become too fat. Nah.) Very pretty. Quite a contrast against the rococo façade of the Balboa Park House of Hospitality. Image looks great on gallery-wrapped canvas, ready to hang, no frame needed. Signed, numbered Certificate comes with. Edition limited to 73, of course. Low numbers are available.