5.0 Liter V8
The 5.0 pony car already has a legendary reputation, and now it\'s fully maturing into a valued classic. That\'s why it\'s important to take a closer look at this 1986 Ford Mustang GT convertible. It\'s a one-owner car with a fuel-injected V8, distinct colors, and a loaded A/C interior, it\'s a drop-top classic with true distinction.
The eye-catching color combo is factory-correct. The Light Regatta Blue is something you may not have even known existed, and so it\'s awesome to still have the original factory application. It\'s not perfect, because after all, you can expect some fading and imperfections over 35+ years. But it still has an impressive style that also helps tell the story of a one-owner car that has an impressively low 34k miles on the odometer. The consignor purchased this car with his father brand new only about 25 minutes from our showroom. So it\'s a one-owner local car that has seen garage care and only occasional use. More than just history, the GT is a terrific-looking pony car. These got the distinctive hood stripe, and that black matches the headlight bezels and black rub strip that encircles the entire body. Plus, this one has appeal in the correct details. It looks like a time capsule, right down to the fog lights, luggage rack on the trunk, and 15-inch alloy wheels.
The white roof goes great with the blue paint to make it look like the crest of an ocean wave. And this attractive blue and white two-tone continues with the top down, too. Everything remains in its stock appearance, including the dual-spoke steering wheel and the original full gauge panel with large speedo and tach. And good garage care means blue pieces like the carpeting, dash, and center console look particularly impressive. Plus, this one came loaded with amenities such as cruise control, a tilt steering column, power locks, the factory premium AM/FM/cassette stereo, and well-bolstered front sport seats. But the features we think you\'ll love the best are the power windows and a power convertible top. When used together, it means you don\'t have to leave the driver\'s seat to go from enclosed comfort to a wind-in-your-hair experience. Because the air conditioning is blowing cold with modern R134a refrigerant, you can even enjoy this drop-top in the summertime.
The 5.0 High Output V8 evolved each year, and 1986 is a pivotal year for Mustang fans. This is when they would introduce sequential electronic fuel injection. It\'s a significant step in the power wars that made the Mustang a true contender into the 1990s. The way this fresh presentation looks on this one-owner car makes it hard to believe that this is anything but the full original package. In fact, the only addition you\'re likely to spot over the whole powertrain is an update to the dual exhaust - and that just lets the V8 sing its proper tune. But you\'re not looking at this one as purely an all-out sports car. This is the classic you want for an all-around driver. That\'s why it comes with easy driving features such as power steering, power brakes, front discs, and a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
The sale comes complete with the right details, including a copy of the original dealer invoice and a color-matched convertible boot. This is the low-mileage survivor GT that has all the features and distinction you want. So when it\'s all offered for an obtainable price, you don\'t want to let this deal slip away. Call today!!!
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