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Fast, affordable, and an unbeatable color combination - this 1988 Ford Mustang GT's fuel-injected 5.0 V8, five-speed manual transmission, and drop-top appeal makes for an irresistible classic convertible that's meant for drivers.
The factory-correct Oxford White paint gives this a premium look. It holds up in modern times particularly well because the paintwork was professionally redone a few years ago. And quite frankly, it's always nice to know that a sunshine-friendly car like this has a good luster when the light hits it. The GTs from this era a particularly desirable because it comes with a host of desirable upgrades like the full body kit, fog lights, luggage rack, slotted appearance taillights, and the later/sporty five-spoke 16-inch alloys. It really has a speedy look that lives up to the GT name, right down to the red trim that encircles the whole body.
The white roof continues the premium look against the white paint, but for real distinction, you're going to want to take it down. After all, a red interior has a true sports car appeal. This looks especially clean, and anyone who wears shorts knows the advantage of having a cloth interior in a convertible. Not only will those bucket seats not burn your legs, but also they have true sports car bolstering and power lumbar adjustments. There are more great features, like power locks, power mirrors, cruise control, the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, and full gauges with large speedo and tach. There's even factory air conditioning (it will need servicing to fully return function.) But the features we know you're going to love the best are the power windows and power convertible top. Together, they mean you don't even have to leave the driver's seat to go from enclosed comfort to a wind-in-your-hair experience.
The fuel-injected 5.0-liter is heart that made these Fox-body Mustangs a true legend. These 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 this car seems to revel in its stock appearance. That's why everything shows signs of originality, and the odometer is even believed to reflect the car's actual mileage. And what makes this one even more desirable is the control you get with the five-speed manual transmission. Add in power steering, power brakes with front discs, rear sway bar, and BF Goodrich performance tires, and it creates a terrific all around drop-top machine.
This Mustang looks great, runs smooth, and it's priced right. So if you love a great drop-top classic, call today!!!
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