What do you get when you invest is a 1987 Mustang GT convertible
that has averaged less than 1,350 miles annually? How about a
terrific survivor-grade droptop that has amazing originality right
down to the pristine white interior. And because it also has the
famous fuel-injected 5.0 V8 mated to a five-speed stick, this time
capsule classic is also a ton of fun for the money.
Not only is the bold Scarlet Red the perfect color for a sunshine-friendly droptop, but also we believe this to the original factory paint. And when you see the kind of luster and shine it produces, you instantly know this Mustang has been treated with care for three decades. And everyone loves the look of the white to against the bold red. Even that cool brighter red sports stripe that wraps around the body is still in place! But more than just originality, you know you've been wanting a GT like this for a long time. 1987 was a pivotal year for the Mustang. The car received the flush-mounted headlights, and the new full GT body kit really amped up the sporty intimidation - making these arguably the best of the breed. And so you'll love all the survivor-grade qualities - from the slat covers in the taillights to the iconic 15-inch factory alloys.
When it comes to convertibles, the interior is often as important as the exterior. After all, when you lower the power folding top, you get to share the inside with the world. That's where the white interior really makes an impact. It has a boldness that radiates from the red exterior to make it distinct, and all the red accents means it's sill nicely coordinated, too. This one came loaded right from the factory, and it starts with those leather bucket seats. Low mileage means little seat time, and the way these present today tells you this was never left out outside with the top down for any extended periods. There are plenty more great features, including power windows, power locks, cruise control, power mirrors, air conditioning, and the original AM/FM/cassette stereo. And as much as this is great to share with family and friends, the best pieces are reserved just for you. The grippy sports steering wheel and stick shift means your hands get the real treats in this droptop.
The fuel-injected 5.0-liter is heart that made these Fox-body Mustangs a true legend. These fuel-injected V8s are a favorite because they mix overbuilt performance with serious power right out of the box. It's also why there is a huge aftermarket for upgrades. But thankfully, this V8 looks largely untouched except for good regular maintenance. And what makes this one even more desirable is the control you get with the five-speed manual transmission. Add in power steering, front disc brakes, and the grip of Goodyear Eagle tires, and it creates a terrific all around droptop machine.
This sale comes complete with all the right paperwork, including the original window sticker, bill of sale, owner's manual, dealer invoice, and maintenance records. So this is the perfect classic to enjoy today and watch the full admiration appreciate for years to come. And at an affordable price like this, you're not the only one wanting to fulfill a GT droptop dream. Call today!!!
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