When a car has averaged less than 1,100 miles annually, it
instantly tells you it has been treated quite special. And when you
find that on a 1990 Ford Mustang GT convertible with a
fuel-injected V8 and a proper five-speed, then you know this is an
exceptional performance machine. So look over all the details on
this loaded modern classic drop-top.
The Five-Oh Mustang is a legend and this one really shows you why.
Ford built these with one of the most attractive body kits ever.
Plus, there's a power bulge hood, five-spoke factory alloys, fog
lights, and a European-like rear luggage rack. It all continues to
look attractive today because of proper care. The finish is
believed to be the original application. It retains quite a nice
gloss in the sunshine and shows far less use than you would expect
on a factory black machine. And while the dark paint is ideal for a
speedy GT, we also particularly like how it also makes for a
distinct backdrop for the bright red stripe that encircles the
whole car. It makes for a full package that's sporty, preserved,
vintage, and quite appealing.
The black roof looks good against the black exterior, but a
convertible like this is always the most fun with the top down. So
with the touch of a button, the roof powers down to reveal an
attractive gray interior. This has an attractive color against the
dark exterior. Also, part of the appeal here is directly attributed
to such a well-preserved presentation of the premium gray leather
package. The front seats of these GTs have terrific bolstering, and
yours even has power adjusting lumbar. Plus, you have power
windows, power locks, power mirrors, cruise control, power
steering, and the factory premium AM/FM/cassette stereo. And of
course, cold-blowing air conditioning is a big bonus in a drop-top
pony car like this. Plus, a GT speaks to your driver's soul with a
grippy sports steering wheel that's on a tilt column to give you a
clear view of the full instruments. And that large tach goes quite
well with the stick shift that's calling out for your right
The engine bay is just as clean as the rest of the car. The
fuel-injected 5.0-liter V8 has built a reputation for its stout
performance. And if you're a collector, a terrific stock look this
has what you want. After all, you can always do your own upgrades,
but it can only be preserved once. So it's great to even see the
factory decals looking so bright. But more than just collecting,
this is for those who love driving. You take full control of the V8
five-speed manual transmission. Plus, there are power brakes
w/discs up front, grippy Yokohama tires, and sway bars front &
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual packet, including
warranty booklet. This drop-top pony car has the look, the respect,
and the performance you want when seeking a solid modern classic.
Don't miss this deal, call today!