Mileage:105000 M
Engine:347 Stroker
Trim:GT Convertible
I'm selling my 87 Ford Mustang GT Convertible. I have owned the car for for 22 years and now selling because I have too many toys and one has to go. The car has been garage kept and driven less than 3K in the last five years. I love this car and would love to keep it, but I just don't drive it and every year I spend several thousand dollars on maintenance. Of course over the last 22 years I have replaced almost everything possible, and I will do my best to list out the upgrades.

347 Stroker Internally balanced, Trickflow top end kit, new 5 speed transmission, stage 2 clutch and Bullitt flywheel, 5 lug conversion, rear disc conversion, 18x9 +24/18x10 +22 Deep Dish Chrome Bullit Wheels with new(2021) Indy Firehawk Tires 255/35 front, 275/35 rear. Cobra rear bumper cover, BBK Headers, BBK Hi-Flow Cat H-Pipe, Flowmaster American Thunder CAT-back, Eibach Pro-Kit lowering springs, KYB struts and shocks, Poly spring bushings, aluminum drive shaft. New upper and lower control arms, 355 gears, Kenny Brown Subframe Connectors. Paint was changed in 2002 to a metallic charcoal, hydraulic top pump and lines. I'm sure I'm missing a few things but that gives you some idea of what has gone into this car. Please feel free to contact with questions.

The speedometer was swapped out from the original 85 MPH to the 140 MPH so mileage is not accurate. I purchased the car with about 88K if I recall, but less than 5K on new motor and most of the parts I have replaced. The A/C does not work, I have only driven it on nice days and evenings mostly with the top down so it hasn't been the most important issue for me to have it fixed. The heater core went bad years ago, but again not really needing heat in central TX and as nasty as the job was to replace the heater core...there is a new one in it but its bypassed. I think they have about a 10 year lifespan and when they go they start leaking coolant inside on the passenger side floor. That being said that two small hoses will allow the coolant to flow through the new core if you need the heater.