Our Atlanta Showroom is proud to offer this 1988 Saleen Ford Mustang. This is a beautiful example of a clean car fax Saleen to bring back all the memories of this motor sporting legend. In 1988 Saleen Mustang Saleen Mustang saw minor changes from 1987; Monroe shock absorbers, Pioneer sound system, and a Saleen 170 speedo/tach. The radar detector was no longer standard equipment. All Saleens were converted from hatchback LX, coupe LX, or convertible LX Mustang models. They all had factory 5.0L V8 engines, five-speed manual transmission, 3.08 or 3.55 rear, and 225/60VR-15 tires. "Mustang on steroids" is one term that comes to mind when collectors think of the Ford coupes, hatchbacks and convertibles modified and massaged by former race driver Steve Saleen going back to 1983. His early creations began their lives as base Ford Mustang LX models (known internally as the "Fox platform") delivered from the company's Dearborn, Michigan plant with the big 302-cubic-inch V-8 engine and a few other options. They were shipped to Saleen's California facility and given special suspensions and other performance upgrades, new body parts to enhance air flow and distinctive exteriors and interiors to make it absolutely clear you weren't driving an ordinary Mustang. Options include: AC, Cassette Player, Power Brakes, Power Steering, cloth interior, seat belts, radial tires, aluminum wheels, tilt wheel. To view the car in greater detail, including 100+ HD photos and HD video, please visit www.gatewayclassiccars.com. For more information please call the Atlanta showroom at 678-894-4833!
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