The 7UP Mustang was a special edition Mustang made for a contest
for the 7UP soda company. Originally, 30 were to be made and given
away in a contest at the final NCAA game that year; however, the
contest was cancelled at the last minute, leaving Ford with just
over 4,000 pending special-edition Mustangs, which they decided to
sell with the same paint color and options, giving birth to the 7UP
Edition Mustang. Ford originally intended to build 5,000 of these;
however, only 4,103 were actual produced. They used a specially
modified convertible LX-model Fox Body as the platform to build
these special editions. They all featured the HO 5.0-liter V8
engine that produced 225hp backed by a 5-speed manual transmission.
The green and white color scheme was inspired by the branding used
by the 7UP Bottling Company and made these Fox Body Mustangs stand
out. The special edition package was referred to by Ford as the
Special Edition Package 562 and included Deep Emerald Green
Metallic exterior paint, white leather sport seats, white interior
trim and components, 15-inch GT turbine wheels. This particular car
was born on February 28, 1990, and delivered to Center Motor Car
Company in Center, CO. It is a clean, rust-free car that has been
well-maintained. It's had a recent repaint in its factory color as
well as recent oil change, battery and tires, and an emissions
test. All functions of the car work as they did in 1990. This 7UP
Mustang includes a Marti Report. CARFAX shows potential odometer
rollover on 08/15/2016.
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