Mustang GT Convertible
1994 Ford Mustang GT Convertible
1994 Ford Mustang GT Convertible
What can be said about the Ford Mustang that already hasn't been. The original Mustang was based on the Ford Falcon and was marketed more as a secretary's car then a performance pony. It's surely been noted that the Mustang, through its various generations and continuous production, is known worldwide simply by its running horse. We certainly cannot forget the versions of the Mustang that Carrol Shelby was cranking out, nor can we forget the racing history in NHRA, Trans AM and other nefarious late night street races. Through its many generations, body styles, internal platform "code names", and special editions the Mustang has persevered. Thanks to this, today anyone with a little gumption and some mechanical knowledge can personalize their Mustang any way they like thanks to huge aftermarket support.
For consignment, a soft top version with a 5.0 Liter engine, yellow exterior, a white interior and a 4-speed automatic transmission. This one runs and drives nicely, is a 3 owner car with a clean CarFax, has low low miles, never hit with original paint, and some new parts sprinkled in for good measure.
Bathed in its consignor stated original Canary Yellow paint and keeping some of the iconic styling cues seen throughout the models history are present, one of those being the hockey stick cove. All panels fit well with good gaps, no dents, and minimal scratching. Neoprene body-colored bumpers are at the front and rear of this pony and look just fab. Fog lights, standard on a GT, are present and recessed into the bottom of the front bumper. A styling change on the taillights is seen with horizontal bars in Canary Yellow flush with the rear of the body and stainless exhaust tips are protruding from below. A black convertible top is showing in canvas with no tears but notable fading. The top operates electrically and moves up and down with ease. A snazzy black top boot is included and looks just right installed when the top is down. Aluminum 16" 5 spoke starfish style wheels are on and are wrapped in 225/55R16 blackwall rubber.
Original white leather front buckets grace the passenger compartment and have just the right amount of age wrinkles but no tearing. A rear 2 plus 2 bench is in back and is also in white leather. The dual swooped dash, another long-lasting iconic design, which presents in white and black and melts into a center console with another curved line and has a pod atop with a LCD clock within. Original black carpet covers the floors and looks just great. All these curves and swoops continue on the door panels with the swoops housing all the power toggles. All original instruments and all clean as well and in the center of the dash are the AC/heat dials and a Mach 460 AM/FM/Cassette player.
Lifting the composite Canary Yellow hood, we are met with a slightly patinaed engine bay and 5.0 Liter V8. This mill has EFI and makes an impressive 215hp. On the back is a AODE 4-speed automatic transmission to help keep cruising rpms low. Way in the rear is a Ford 8.8" axle containing a 2.73 TracLoc gearset.
Seen underneath, a rust free structurally sound undercarriage with independent coil springs upfront, and a 4 link with coil springs on the rear. Power disc brakes are all around. A clean and factory installed dual exhaust system with the original mufflers puts a throaty sound out the back through stainless tips which peek out the bottom.
It's always a pleasure to have an unexpected warm spell in December so I took advantage of this and went topless...top down on the car that is. The 5.0 fired right up with the turn of the key once I had my partner in crime turn off the added alarm system. Putting this car through paces at the Classic Auto Mall test track was a hoot and I love top down motoring. All options worked well during my tenure behind the wheel and thanks to a new A/C compressor I didn't break a sweat when the local law enforcement witnessed the straight line acceleration.
Most of these cars were used up and passed on to the younger generation to drive and modify. This clean Canary Yellow horse escaped that fate and is sitting in the South corral of our hallowed halls. Low miles, reliable drivetrain, and a clean CarFax make this a potentially appreciating asset. Like the ad-men told you, A free spirit with every car!
F-Ford Motor Company
L-Manual Belts, Front Airbags
P45-Mustang GT Convertible
T-5.0L V8 EFI 215hp
F-Dearborn, MI Assy Plant
107928-Sequential Unit Number
Classic Auto Mall is a 336,000-square foot classic and special interest automobile showroom, featuring over 650 vehicles for sale with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.
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