1990 Ford Mustang 7 UP 5.0 LX CONVERTIBLE LOW MILES


TRI STATE
Addison, IL 60101
United States

1990 Ford Mustang
Price
$19,914
Condition
Very Good
Mileage
45,138
Stock Number
426
Transmission Type
Automatic
Exterior Color
Green
Interior Color
White
Category  Muscle Cars

Description
1990 Ford Mustang (Stock #426) 7-UP Special Edition / 25th Anniversary. This is a TRUE 7-Up Special Edition Mustang convertible, one of only 4,103 ever made, (only 2,743 in automatic transmission). Original 45K actual miles with a clean car fax to verify.* 5.0 V8 * Automatic Transmission, * Power Windows, * Power Seats, * Power Mirrors, * Power Door Locks, * Power Top, * Cold A/C, * Leather Seats, *All original. Runs and drives great. Can be driven anywhere. An appreciating classic. Always .....
garage kept. NO Rust ever, southern car. Very solid car. Shows minor wear from age, but much nicer than most. ENGINE - Runs and drive great. No unusual noises, no leaks and no smoke. 225hp. Very good engine. 46K actual miles. PAINT - Paint looks very good with a great shine. Very minor imperfections can be seen under extremely close inspection, but looks great over all. I'd rate the paint 9 out of 10. INTERIOR - The 7up package came with white leather seats. The seats look nice, only showing typical 31 year old, 45K mile wear. Much nicer than most, but some cracking shows. I'd rate the interior a 7.5 out of 10 TIRES - Tires and wheels look great. The 7-Up package came with the factory GT alloy wheels. They look very nice and the tires appear almost new. Great tread. TOP - The top is power and works perfect. Goes up and down very fast. It has the factory glass back window and looks great. The top could use a good cleaning from sitting in storage, but has no rips or tears. Includes top boot tonneau cover. All the gauges and power equipment works correctly. Has COLD A/C and hot heat. All works as expected. CLEAN CAR FAX.. The story behind the 7-Up Mustang is one of the more bizarre bits of Mustang history, which is saying something given the wide range of characters who have been involved in the nameplate’s development over the years. Initially, only 30 7-Up Mustangs were meant to be produced — the namesake soft drink company planned to give them away at the 1990 NCAA basketball finals. The pitch was simple: Sink a ball from center court, and you could drive home one of the extremely limited-edition cars that night.For reasons unknown, the 7-Up contest was canceled at the last minute. Although only two of the planned thirty cars had been. Check out over 65 photos-Watch my 11 minute Video!
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