Year: 1966, Make: Ford, Model: Mustang GT, VIN: 6F07K711461, Seller Notes: 1966 Ford Mustang GT - Original "K" code 289/271 HP engine with 4-speed manual transmission. - Professionally rebuilt factory Ford carburetor and exhaust manifolds. - All numbers matching. - Factory 9 inch rear. - Highly optioned car with disc brakes, rally-pac, AM 8-track, pony interior, vinyl top and factory fog lights.
Year: 1988, Make: Ford, Model: Mustang GT, VIN: 1FABP45E10F223765, Seller Notes: 1988 Ford Mustang GT Convertible - Pristine in every way. - 5.0 L V8 power. - White on white, 5-speed, leather, power seat, power windows/locks, power top with only 16,000 miles. Never hit - a very desirable fox body. - Comes with complete deluxe Marti report and it says it is narrowed down as 1 of only 728 built. ...
Year: 1991, Make: Ford, Model: Mustang GT, VIN: 1FACP45E1MF194566, Seller Notes: 1991 Ford Mustang GT Convertible - Triple white. - Automatic, power windows, power locks, A/C. - Low mileage at 34,000 miles. - No modifications, original car. - Awesome example of a fox body convertible. - Has original window sticker.
Year: 2004, Make: Ford, Model: Mustang GT, VIN: 1FAFP45X54F102437, Seller Notes: 2004 Ford Mustang GT Convertible - 40th anniversary edition. - Almost new, with 1,580 original miles. - 4.6 liter 2V 50HC V8 engine. - Tan convertible top with tan interior. - 5-speed manual transmission. - Stainless steel pedals. special floor mats, aluminum touches.
Year: 2008, Make: Shelby, Model: GT500, VIN: 1ZUHT82H985139146, Seller Notes: 2008 Ford Shelby Mustang GT500 Tribute Up for bid is a 1 owner Mustang with 44k actual miles. 2008 Mustang GT 5-speed Premium Package with a Ford Dealer installed Shelby entire GT package at a cost of nearly 10k. How the GT Mustang car became a Shelby. I purchased this 2008 Mustang GT Premium GT/CS new from my Ford de...
Year: 1989, Make: Ford, Model: Mustang, VIN: 1FABP40EBKF222569, Seller Notes: 1989 Ford ASC McLaren Speedster Engineer Paul Muscat commissioned American Specialty Cars (ASC, formerly American Sunroof Corp) to undertake the conversions, and they partnered with McLaren, who was already doing suspension mods to the Mustang. Fast forward to 1987, the year in which ASC McLaren went full Mustang. It ...
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