Our Detroit Showroom is proud to offer a very clean 1984 Ford Mustang GT. On average, this Mustang has seen less than 2,500 miles of road use every year since it rolled off the assembly line just down the street from our showroom. This pampered Pony just received a full detail including a 3 stage wheel and wax treatment which allow it to shine just as bright as the day it left the dealership. The Copper Mustang will definitely make a statement on the road because this short lived color is something you don't see every day. The super clean Beige interior has just been professionally shampooed and conditioned and smells better than a Pantene Pro-V model. You will definitely enjoy spirited cruises because this Pony is packing nothing short of 175 Horsepower and although that may not seem like neck snapping power but it is more than enough to get this Mustang up to speed considering how light it is. The 302cid 5.0L V8 is equipped with a 4-barrel carburetor and a new "Quadra Shock" rear suspension, which replaced the slapper bars with horizontally mounted axle shocks, became available after a few months of production. After 1984, the TRX option was retired for the Mustang. The unique color combination on this Mustang are what really make it stand out. It gives a nostalgic appeal to this iconic muscle car which is gaining its spot in muscle car history. If you are looking for a cool Mustang to cruise around in and turn heads, this is the one for you. This super low mileage Mustang has plenty of life left in it and would make its next owner very happy. For more information including over 100HD photos and video, please check out www.GatewayClassicCars.com or call to speak with one of our friendly and knowledgeable sales staff at 313-982-3100 or email us at Detroit@GatewayClassicCars.com.
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