Fuel-injected V8 power, droptop appeal, and a great price instantly have you attracted to this 1987 Ford Mustang GT Convertible. And as you look over this value-priced sports car, you'll really start to appreciate what it means to have such a survivor-style car in the world of modern classics.
This car is a survivor. That's not something you find in this generation of Mustangs. The market is catching up to these, and you often find that they are now getting resprayed and restored. .....
That's why the factory-applied white paint on this well-respected example shows its age with pride. Plus, that cool bright red stripe that wraps around the body of the car complements this color combo while giving it a sporty look. All the right original pieces are in place. It's important because 1987 was a pivotal year for the Mustang as it received a host of cool upgrades. This includes the flush-mounted headlights and the new full GT body kit that really amped up the sporty intimidation. And all the other details are present on this survivor, like the slotted taillights, luggage rack, and 16-spoke factory alloys that because legends for these later GTs.
The burgundy interior really makes an impact. It has a distinctive boldness and the red accent on the exterior means it's still nicely coordinated, too. You're going to love the bucket seats that have terrific bolstering and are finished in comfortable cloth, so no burning your legs on hot days. Being a true GT droptop, it comes loaded with the best features including power locks, cruise control, and the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo. As much as this is great to share with family and friends, the best pieces are reserved just for you. The dual spoke steering wheel is mounted on a tilt column, and it gives you an excellent view of the full gauge package. Plus, with power convertible top and power windows, you never have to leave the driver's seat to go from enclosed comfort to a wind-in-your-hair experience.
We all know why the Five-Oh is a legend. Ford's fuel-injected 5.0-liter V8s are a favorite because they mix overbuilt performance with serious power right out of the box. It's also why there is a huge aftermarket for upgrades. But since this is believed to be the original motor, this thankfully looks largely untouched except for good regular maintenance (and we even have the records to prove it!) In fact, because this is a convertible that you'll want to cruise, you'll appreciate the versatility of the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. Add in power steering, power brakes w/discs up front, and sway bars front & rear, and it creates a terrific all around droptop machine.
This is the new class of survivor. So when you can find an example that's both loaded and well-respected, and all for a terrific price, you know you've found an irresistible deal. Call now!