Ahhhh the 80’s. It was a new generation in which MTV took hold, and was firmly implanted within the sub-culture of the country. Where else can you combine bad music, bad fashion, and bad cars all into one memorable decade? It was a time when in 1980, it was morning in America again, and by the end of the decade we were deep in Operation Desert Storm. And the cars, what can be said about them that hasn’t been said before. The one bright spot was the introduction of the 5.0 Liter Mustang (actually a 4.9, but who really cares) in 1982, with the return of the convertible a year later. Well, its time to relive the 80 in all of her glory, from memorable pictures like “Pretty in Pink”, to Rockin’ out at a Wham concert, and we have just the car for you to do it….
The White Mustang Convertible is the absolute epitome when it comes to stylin’ in the 80’s. Yes there were sleeker cars, better built cars, even a new phenomena called the SUV which by then was coming on hard, but its the Fox Bodied Mustang that will forever be defined by this decade. Want Proof? (Just try to ignore this hook)
SELL OR TRADE for an equally nice custom pickup (no projects)…one of the nicest ’91 Mustang GT convertibles around. absolutely bone stock except for an aftermarket cd player, but i do still have the original stereo also. adult driven (mostly on weekends) and always garaged and covered. Ford 5.0 w/aod transmission. the GT has 104k miles, but i would challenge you to compare it to a 40k mile car of the same year. within the last eight months, it has had all new tires, new top, new a/c compressor, all new front brakes, tune-up with Ford Motorsport parts, and a fresh alignment. the GT has full power/ac and it all works. if you’re concerned about safety, even though this is a 20 year old car, it DOES HAVE FACTORY DRIVER AIRBAG…. NO EXCUSES for this beautiful Mustang. it also has a power WHITE TOP that’s new and yes, i do have the convertible boot for when the tops down. also has GLASS REAR WINDOW. just an all around super nice unmolested foxbody Mustang GT convertible. you won’t be disappointed in this one.
Hagerty Publications (major collector auto magazine) has listed these years of Mustang GT convertibles as one of the ten most modern day collectibles. it’s sure to appreciate. THIS CAR NEEDS NOTHING….no fluid leaks and everything works as it should. will be glad to answer any questions, just please be serious.
nothing at all wrong with the GT, i’m just looking for something different. come look, drive it, take it to a mechanic, whatever. you won’t find a thing it needs and that’s what i’m also looking for in a trade. would prefer a trade, so i have not listed a price for this car and i will not price it over the phone. i’ll only consider you a serious buyer when you come to look, but keep in mind this is NOT a cheap means of transportation, it is becoming a very collectable car, especially one in this condition. not trying to be an a$$, but i’ve had many calls from people who think they can buy this car for cheap, and their first question is “how much” before they ask anything else about the car.
He did show a price range from the Hagerty Publication, and that range was between $1,200 and $15,200. I’m sure our boy here saw the top price range, and thinks this car will command that price level all day long. So if you’re anywhere near the Kansas City region, why not groove on down to Raytown, and see if you can’t dance you way into this sweet ride. Before you do, take a look at the listing here.
Hat tip to JeepyJayhawk (Thanks Man!)