Description Oxford White Exterior with Deep Red Interior
Turbocharged 2.3L Four Cylinder Engine 5 Speed Manual Transmission
4,000 Miles Halo Bucket Seats TRX Suspension Package Fog Lights
This 1984 Ford Mustang GT-350 is exceptionally rare in more than
one way. While only a scant percentage of the production run were
convertibles, this car is one of 104 convertibles to be powered
with the turbocharged 2.3L four-cylinder motor! Adding to the
rarity is the fact that this vehicle has been driven less than
4,000 miles since new. This well may be the rarest, lowest mileage
example of a Fox body Mustang available today! All 1984 GT-350
models shared a common paint and interior scheme with white bodies
and a deep red interior, and this particular car is equipped with a
white top. The special edition package also included halo bucket
seats, the TRX suspension package which includes special wheels and
tires and fog lights. Power from the turbocharged engine is
transmitted through a five-speed manual transmission. While the
speedometer reads a maximum of 85 miles per hour as per federal
mandate at the time of production, this car is not slouch in the
performance department and is an absolute blast to drive. This
investment-quality ponycar would be a welcome addition to the
stable of any serious Mustang collector or a one-of-a kind top down
1984 Ford Mustang
Exterior Color:Oxford White
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