1995 Ford Mustang GT Convertible
The Ford Mustang was officially unveiled by Henry Ford II at the
World's Fair in Flushing Meadows, New York, on April 17, 1964. That
same day, the new car also debuted in Ford showrooms across America
and almost 22,000 Mustangs were immediately snapped up by buyers.
Named for a World War II fighter plane, the Mustang was one of the
first vehicles that came to be known as a "pony car". Ford sold
more than 400,000 Mustangs within its first year of production, far
exceeding sales expectations. The Mustang was conceived as a
"working man's Thunderbird".
For consignment, a 1995 GT Convertible that has a Cervini body kit,
a racing supercharger, GT40 heads and headers, an AODE 4-speed
automatic, and a black and saddle leather interior.
A Cervini "Stalker " body kit is on and we see this bathed in white
lowers, and black uppers. There is a sticker applied stripe that
has a V shape in its midsection just below the door mirrors on
either side. A large dual scooped hood in black, takes the handoff
from the front of the car where we see a single headlight on either
side, and a central open grille with the galloping horse that
appears to be floating in the center. A lower radiator opening has
extra openings on either side for increased airflow. This bumper
wraps around the front quarters, and these run to the doors and
rear of the car. A flared rocker panel, and another oval opening
creating the hockey stick cove on the rear quarter is seen. On
back, aero designed taillights in stacked horizontal triple form,
are mounted just below the trunk deck that sports a spoiler. On top
is a newer black canvas convertible top, and when it's down a black
sculpted plastic tonneau with dual bumps for the seats covers the
rear passenger area, and gives this car an even sportier look.
18-inch FR500 shiny wheels are on all 4 corners, and are wrapped
with 265/35ZR18's in front and 285/35ZR18's on back, all from
Beautifully sculpted two tone doors are molded from vinyl and sport
oval design cues. The uppers are black and lowers in saddle, all
controls are neatly inserted into the armrest. Slipping inside some
two tone leather with saddle uppers and bolsters, and black tuck
and roll inserts. These are high backed buckets in front, and a 2+2
bench in the back. When the plastic tonneau covering its on the
back seats become inaccessible. A center console races past the
buckets, on the way forward houses a rounded saddle armrest and
glovebox, switches for the top and fog lighting, and up in front
just below the dash the shifter. This magically melts into the dash
center where it rises housing the stereo, temp knobs, and a CD
player. On the dash top are dual Kenne Bell gauges for boost, and
fuel pressure, mounted in a semi circular dash topper. Then dual
rounded eyebrows radiate from the center and these create the
instrument cluster on drivers side, and glovebox and upper dash
front for the passenger, all in two tone black and saddle. Tan
clean carpeting covers the floors.
To the heart of the matter, and as the hood is opened it reveals a
nifty airbrushed eagle artwork looking down on to the mill. This
mill is not your typical 5.0 liter as it has EFI and a Ford Racing
supercharger. Our consignor states this puts out 400hp, however
there is no documentation to back this up. On back an AODE 4-speed
automatic transmission with a shift kit and a 3.27 8.8 inch TracLoc
rear axle spins the tires. GT40 heads and headers also add to the
ponies. All is looking good under this hood.
Independent coil springs for the front, and a 4 link with coil
springs for the back provide the ride. Upgraded shocks and brakes
along with frame stiffeners and HP anti sway bars provide the
handling for this beauty. Power dIsc brakes are on front and rear
and a Flowmaster exhaust is on for the exhale.
Certainly impressive with the extra horses and the Cervini body
kit, along with the plastic tonneau definitely puts a smile on your
face when you press the loud pedal. Good bias free braking, and
wonderful handling come along with this car. The exhaust was music
to my Mot�rhead ears, and a few frowns were experienced: The
odometer was not working, the AC blew warm, the horn wasn't
tooting, and the power mirrors did not adjust.
A racy version of the '95 GT Mustang, with engine upgrades,
suspension upgrades, and body stiffeners on the undercarriage.
Drives well and looks great with the top up or down.
F-Ford Motor Company
L-Manual Belts, Front Airbags
P45-Mustang GT Convertible
T-5.0 Liter V8
F-Dearborn, MI Assy Plant
128364-Sequential Unit Number
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special
interest automobile showroom, featuring over 650 vehicles for sale
with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914.
Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the
vehicle in person.