A cool and loaded 1992 Ford Mustang convertible is always alluring
at an affordable price like this. But when this V8-powered droptop
has also been given a few nice upgrades to give it a bit of a
sleeper image, you start to realize how much fun is up for grabs at
such an obtainable price.
You're looking at a factory 5.0 Mustang. Calypso Green is the factory-correct color, and it gives this the right '90s droptop feeling. Plus, this is a more luxury-mined LX. So the bright paint goes nicely with the pinstriping, luggage rack, and bright 15-inch factory alloy wheels to create a total cool cruising attitude. But this is also a factory 5.0 car that has been given a few nice upgrades recently. We will give you more details on this in a moment, but for now, appreciate how this nice guy appearance does a fine job of concealing the bad boy underneath.
When it comes to convertibles, the interior is often as important as the exterior. After all, you can choose to share the inside with the world. The bucket seats look fantastic, and the cloth material is a welcomed sight in this soft top since it doesn't get as hot or clingy as vinyl on sunny days. All the right stock pieces remain in place, including the factory steering wheel that contains cruise control buttons and the safety of an air bag. Beyond that is the original speedo and tach. Plus, this one came with amenities such as power locks and power mirrors. And since then it has also received great modern upgrades like the cup holders and AM/FM/CD stereo with Bluetooth. Plus, with the power windows and power convertible top, you never have to leave the driver's seat to go from enclosed comfort to a wind-in-your-hair experience. And the cold R134 air conditioning means you even get to enjoy open-top motoring long into the summer season.
The 5.0-liter electronic fuel-injected V8 under the hood is the reason the Mustang was the pony car of choice for an entire generation. These are legendary for nearly bulletproof performance, impressive torque, and an aftermarket that could transform it into anything your wallet could afford. In fact, in 2017 this one was given a BBK cold air intake to inhale deeper, and BBK headers to add even more power. So you get to enjoy this V8 to the fullest. But beyond the investments in more ponies for this Mustang to gallop, you can tell by the cleanliness of the engine bay that there has been nice care and maintenance over the years. This tidy setup fires up strong and you get confident shifts from the recently rebuilt four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. Add in the power steering and front disc brakes, and you have a great all-day cruiser.
We have over $4k in receipts to prove that there have been the right investments in this 5.0. It's all part of a package that proves this cool-looking drop top is also a solid buy. Call today!!!
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