Fullscreen capture 6212014 80149 PM.bmp Welcome to the Sunday Edition of the Hooniverse Weekend, and I’ll start with this very curious Mustang GT that is up for sale in Germany, of all places. This car was brought to our attention via email from Stephan (Thanks, Man!) who also hails from Germany. So, let’s take a look at this very rare (at least in Europe) American Convertible, and see if it’s desirable on either side of the Pond… Fullscreen capture 6212014 80157 PM.bmp This is a Ford Mustang GT Turbo Convertible that has covered only around 8,800 KM (about 5,500 miles) which is relatively low mileage for such a car if it were still on US Soil. What is unique is the fact that 1984 was the last year for the GT Turbo version of the Mustang (though the Mustang SVO was just introduced) and this one is a true time capsule. Fullscreen capture 6212014 80248 PM.bmp The listing states that this car is equipped with Air Conditioning, New Michelin TRX Tires, Central Locking System, and has received a recent timing belt service (though I don’t know why that was necessary…). It looks factiry fresh, but is this a desirable car where it’s located today, or is it doomed to be just a curiosity never to be driven like it should be? Fullscreen capture 6212014 80219 PM.bmp The asking price is €13,900 (or about $18,900 at today’s exchange rates) which seems to be a lot of money for this particular Mustang, no matter how rare it may be. There is a reason the GT Turbo wasn’t at all popular here in the states, but do you think the car is at least desirable in it’s current condition now? See the listing here, and tell me what you think… Fullscreen capture 6212014 80240 PM.bmp