This 1988 Ford Mustang GT Convertible has the best features like a desirable red-on-red style, air conditioning, and you control the 5.0 V8 with a five-speed. It all makes for a well-priced drop-top that makes it fun to hit the road.
Ford really understood the market when they updated the Mustang GT later in its 3rd generation. They created an icon with the body kit that looked straight from a race car, and that performance image is only heightened by a bright red appearance. And those .....
16-inch alloys were so cool they practically became icons all on their own. We even like how this all-American pony car has some European-like appeal with the rear luggage rack. This is a highly stock setup where even the paint may be the factory finish, and it's suspected that the odometer represents the right mileage with one 100k rollover added in. It makes for a nice way to have a lot of blue oval originality, and in this case, the value price leaves room in your budget if you're looking for updates or personalization. And no matter how you choose to enjoy this, you can see that you get quite a nice driver's setup from day one.
The black convertible top looks good against the red paint, and it's always desirable to have a glass rear window. But as much as we like the look with the roof in place, of course, this is best with the top down. The red interior reminds us that there's just something extra special about the look of a pony car with a full red package inside and out. There's even a handsome red convertible boot to complete the color package. The bucket seats have terrific bolstering, and since they are finished in cloth, there are no worries about wearing shorts on sunny days. There are nice factory options like power windows, a power convertible top, cruise control, power mirrors, and air conditioning. And the upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo means better driving music. The grippy dual-spoke sport steering wheel feels great in your hands, and the tilt column means good comfort and a clear view of the full gauge package.
The engine bay appears just as stock as the rest of the car. That's a good thing because the fuel-injected 5.0-liter V8 has built a reputation for its stout performance. And while that makes for a good classic, a true GT is for those who love driving. You take full control of the V8 five-speed manual transmission. Plus, there are power brakes, front discs, power steering, grippy Falken tires, and sway bars front & rear.
This is the well-priced and properly preserved drop-top pony car that you're going to love to drive. Call today!!!