800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1989 Ford Mustang LX convertible has a terrific color combo, loaded interior, and a fuel-injected 5.0 V8. So when a low-mileage classic is loaded and well presented for such an affordable price, you already know this is a one heck of a deal.
The factory-correct Oxford White continues to have a deep luster, which is exactly what you want on a sunshine-friendly drop-top like this. You can tell this car has led a well-respected life. In fact, the low odometer is believed to reflect the full actual mileage, and that means averaging only about 1,800 miles annually. This cherished lifestyle is seen in the details, too. The white folding top fits sung and looks good with the white paint. There's a crisp look to the protective black rubber molding that surrounds the car, and the rear luggage rack still looks great. It's part of a black accenting that tastefully contrasts the white. But the real color you'll be interested in is the red pinstripe.
When you take the top down, you realize that the pinstripe is just a preview of the bold full red style inside. Just like the exterior, low mileage means a well-presented interior. After all, there was very little seat time in this convertible. The bucket seats are exceptionally supportive, and they are finished in cloth - which is exactly what you want on a hot day. This has a time capsule-like quality, and because it's also loaded, this is a terrific place to spend some time. You get features like cruise control, power locks, power mirrors, tilt steering column, an armrest center console, and provisions for air conditioning (it may just need a recharge to blow cold again.) In fact, the only upgrade you may spot is the AM/FM/CD stereo that gives you better driving music. And our favorite part is that this has both power windows and a power convertible top. So you never have to leave the driver's seat to go from enclosed luxury to a wind-in-your-hair experience.
Under the hood is the legendary 5.0-liter fuel-injected V8. Just like the rest of this convertible, the engine bay looks fantastically preserved right down to the decals. Stout and torque-filled, this knows how to be first away from the stoplight every time. But you already know this Mustang didn't lead that kind of hard lifestyle. Instead, this preserved drop-top is a terrific cruiser with a smooth-running nature. And the power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/highway-friendly overdrive make it easy to enjoy.
This is a classic Mustang convertible with all the right features. So hurry up before this affordable time capsule is gone. Call now!
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