Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit s proud to offer this Ford Mustang
GT Convertible, with only 25,038 miles! Since the mid 60s the
Mustang has been America's car for the young and young at heart.
With a variety of drivetrain choices and trim packages there was a
Mustang to suit everyone's taste from economical but stylish
commuter purposes or an all-out muscle machine. Of all the
generations none have garnered a following quite like the fox body.
This 1988 example looks handsome in a Navy blue exterior and Navy
blue convertible top. As you walk around the vehicle you'll notice
nice details like the alloy wheels and GT ground effects. Take a
seat inside and you're greeted by a cabin much more spacious and
comfortable than you'd expect from a car this size. The seats are
upholstered in a gray cloth that really pops when you put the power
soft top down and cruise your favorite boulevard in style. Under
the hood is a 5.0 Liter V8 and is paired to a 4 speed automatic.
Factory rated at 210 horsepower and close to 300 lb ft of torque
imagine how this pony can get up and go! If you're looking for a
sharp, clean, unmodified example of a fox body mustang, this is the
one you want to own! Options include AC, power brakes, power
steering, power locks, power windows, power top, seat belts, very
clean cloth interior and alloy wheels wrapped in radial tires.
1988 Ford Mustang
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