WTB 99-93 Mustang Convertible

Discussion in 'Fox WTB/Trade Cars & Parts' started by ramrodmat, Feb 23, 2011.

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  1. WTB 88-93 Mustang Convertible

    Well its been 2 years now since i sold my mustang to get laser eye surgery and i dont think i can go another summer without one

    so like the titles says im looking for an 88-93 convertible
    preferably a gt but id take a look at an lx

    this is going to be the car that i keep for a while so id like it to be in good shape

    send me some messages
    lets see whats out there

    i am from calgary alberta but i do travel and can have a car shipped so really location isnt a problem


  2. Did you find one?

    I have a 93 5.0 convertible:

    • About 8k miles on new factory Motorsport M-6007-XE3 long block
    • Factory rated at 345 HP, balanced by Chicane Sport Tuning (miss you, Joe)
    • Motorsport E303 cam
    • 30 PSI Injectors
    • Accufab 70 mm throttle body
    • Ford Lightning 80mm Mass Air
    • Ceramic coated Hooker headers
    • Dyno-tuned Superchip (300 ft lb torque at rear wheels)
    • 3.55 Motorsport gears
    • Centerforce dual friction clutch
    • Steeda Short Shifter
    • Global West Subframe connectors
    • Bilstein Hypercoil Coil Over Conversion Kit
    • 2003 SVT Cobra Wheel and Tire package
    • Ford 2300 K5 lug Cobra Brake Conversion Kit

    • Red with Black Top (new convertible top 2009 with zippered back glass)
    • Black leather interior
    • Black Tonneau Cover for top down driving
    • Alpine/Infinity Stereo with 6-CD changer
    • Car cover
    Excellent condition, garaged and covered.
    California car.
    Location: Southern California

  3. I have a 1988 Mustang LX convertible with 90k, 5.0, 5 speed bone stock original. I got the car out of Arizona, rust free! Doors, fenders, hood and trunk lid are very nice. It's red with white top and white vinyl seats, candy cane doors and red carpet. Has Polished 10 hole wheels with nice Bridgestone tires. PM me if you're interested...I'd like $5000 for it.
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