5.0 Liter V8
Not only is this 1991 Ford Mustang GT Convertible a low mileage modern classic, but also you\'re going to see that there have been some big recent investments to make sure it lives up to your best memories. So dig into all the details, on a fuel-injected drop-top that was made to be enjoyed.
The factory Bright Red looks to be the original application, and it has an outstanding shine. That\'s what you get with a car that has averaged less than 975 miles annually. It\'s an instant indicator that this convertible was treated with long-term respect. We love these GTs for their sporty look with the full factory body kit. Plus, this was the debut year for the new 16-inch Pony five-spoke alloys that are now a legend. The low mileage and great care give this car a crisp and straight body, but there\'s also more going on here. It\'s a well-coordinated package in the details. For example, the black pinstripe matches the sport mirrors and luggage rack. The white outline of the Mustang GT on the rockers draws plenty of attention on its own, and it also coordinates with the white roof when it\'s in place. It\'s all part of the added distinction that this well-kept classic has earned.
When it comes to convertibles, the interior is often as important as the exterior. After all, when you lower the white folding top, you get to share the inside with the world. That\'s where the red interior really makes an impact. It has a boldness that\'s a shade darker than the exterior to make it distinct while still coordinating. And because low mileage means little seat time, the condition is just as impressive as the exterior. The cloth bucket seats are a welcomed sight in this soft top since they don\'t get as hot or clingy as vinyl does on sunny days. Everything remains largely stock, including the airbag steering wheel and the original speedo and tach. It\'s loaded with factory amenities such as power locks, power mirrors, cruise control, and the factory AM/FM/cassette stereo. Plus, with power convertible top and power windows you can go from enclosed comfort to a wind-in-your-hair experience without leaving the driver\'s seat. The cold-blowing air conditioning means you can enjoy this top-down experience even in the summer.
Just like the interior and exterior, the engine bay has a terrifically clean stock look. This 5.0-liter V8 is believed to be original to the car, and it\'s the kind of fuel-injected powerhouse that makes us love more modern classics. And what you\'ll love even more are all the recent investments in this pony car. The motor was given a full tune-up in 2019, and there\'s a new aluminum radiator this year to help keep this strong motor running cool. Also, the transmission was professionally rebuilt in 2020. So the four-speed automatic can remain smooth no matter if you\'re performance driving or overdrive cruising. Power steering, a limited-slip rear end, and sway bars front & rear are the kind of features you want. Plus, there were not only new Kumho Ecsta tires in 2019, but also new brake rotors and pads for the front disc brakes.
The sale comes complete with the owner\'s manual, maintenance records, and a Marti Report. It all goes to prove that this Mustang GT is a cut-above. So don\'t miss this low-mileage fuel-injected convertible. Call today!!!
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