This 1991 Ford Mustang LX convertible has a mean and dark style.
Good thing it has a 500+ horsepower supercharged V8 to back it all
up. And as you dig into the details, you're going to see a loaded
drop-top that has been given the right investments to properly
handle the full power package.
There's not one single angle that you can view this car where
you'll think it's a stock machine. The tall power dome cowl hood,
smoked headlights, smoked tail lights, custom rear spoiler, large
bright exhaust tips, and the aggressive body kit all let you know
there has been a serious investment in making this car an
all-around stunner. And the OE alloy wheels with an extra-wide rear
set give this an awesome stance. But while this looks like a street
bruiser, you can also tell there was plenty of care in this car's
creation. The black paint has a good gloss that shows off quality
body panels. And it gives this means and dark machine a touch of
The interior has the right race-ready components, and it has the
right comforts, too. You have power windows, a power top, cruise
control, and cold-blowing air conditioning. And the radio is now a
touchscreen unit to run the AM/FM/CD, Bluetooth, and subwoofer
stereo system. Of course, it's competition-style components that
really catch your eye. This has a Hurst shifter, RaceQuip
harnesses, and a roll bar that adds strength and security. The
factory gauges have been changed to white-faced backgrounds so that
they go with all the upgraded readouts on the dash - including the
large AutoMeter Phantom tach with shift light.
The engine bay shows off some serious hardware. The
upgrade/transformation of this power pony was a multi-year process
ending in 2016, and we have the receipts documenting the thousands
$$$$$ invested in building a fortified performance package. It
starts with a new 347 cubic-inch short block. It was fully built
including a Comp Cams camshaft, hardened pushrods, AFR aluminum
heads, ARP bolts, and topped with a Trick Flow fuel injection
intake with 60 lbs. injectors. And the Vortech Supercharger was a
$3k investment all on its own, but it's worth it for the serious
power it creates. This is also supported by the right pieces, like
a large aluminum radiator, an MSD distributor, and the battery
moved to the trunk for better weight distribution. BBK long tube
heads feed into an H-pipe dual exhaust and Flowmaster mufflers.
It's a full package that has been dyno proven to produce over 500
horsepower! You need the right feature to get the power to the
pavement. That's why this was upgraded with a TKO600 five-speed
manual transmission, an aluminum driveshaft, and a 3.73 rear end
kit. The suspension was upgraded, too. You have tubular front
A-arms, subframe connectors, upgraded rear arms, thick sway bars
front & rear, and four-wheel power disc brakes.
The sale comes complete with the dyno sheet and receipts
documenting the investments in hardy components for this power pony
(more than we could ever list here.) This is your chance at a
well-presented drop-top legend with serious supercharged power.