See California and the American Southwest the way it was meant to be seen, from behind the wheel of a classic 1965 Mustang convertible or fastback, during a three-, four- or five-day rental as you create your dream road trip. Hit the open road as you head anywhere from Los Angeles to San Diego to Big Sur, Napa Valley, Vegas, San Francisco or beyond. The choice is up to you. This Mustang rental in Los Angeles also includes 75 free miles (120km) per day of driving, maps and itinerary suggestions, 24-hour roadside assistance and built-in music playlist hits from the 60s to the 80s.
Hit the open road in a 1965 Mustang convertible or fastback
Cruise the open roads of the American Southwest with this 3-, 4-, or 5-day rental of a 1965 Mustang convertible or fastback. Whether you're a classic car aficionado or just looking to add some style to your next road trip, this rental option is sure to provide an unforgettable experience.
Start your Mustang road trip by picking up the car in Costa Mesa, CA at a pre-arranged time that fits your schedule. For those looking for a little more flexibility, an optional hotel or airport pickup option from Los Angeles, San Diego, San Francisco, Las Vegas or Phoenix is also available. Your car features an automatic transmission, seat belts, plenty of room for luggage and power brakes. Those who select the convertible can fit up to four passengers, and can use the included power top in case of bad weather. The fastback model seats two passengers.
Once you're behind the wheel of this iconic muscle car, it's time to start your dream trip, driving to any destination of your choosing. Wherever you go, you're sure to turn heads and catch envious glances from passersby and other drivers. Cruise the sun-drenched streets of Los Angeles or San Diego, or make your way further afield to Southern California destinations like Palm Springs, Malibu or Santa Barbara. If your ideal road trip includes the Pacific Coast Highway, you might consider heading towards Big Sur, Monterey, Carmel, Santa Cruz or San Francisco. Another option is the vineyards of Napa Valley and Sonoma. You might also consider driving east along the iconic Route 66 through Arizona New Mexico.
As you drive, make yourself at home in the car. Throw on your favorite music from an iPod or MP3 player, or pump up some hit tracks from the built-in playlist of 60s through 80s hits. Use your included map to help navigate, or check the provided itinerary suggestions if you're looking for attraction, shopping or restaurant ideas. In the unlikely event you encounter car trouble, included 24-hour roadside assistance is just a call away.
At the conclusion of your three-, four- or five-day trip, drop your ride back at a pre-arranged hotel or major airport.