It was about $18k in 1987, about $4k more than the non-vert.
I miss my old very too. That was the first car I took apart and did the body work myself. I had our painter at the time paint it of coarse. I almost painted it, but I was 18 and wanted it to come out nice. I did cut and buff it myself though. That’s when I was a paint prepper. All I really had to do was block it. There were a few door dings in it. It was a local Albuquerque car so it didn’t need much, as far as rust went. It actually didn’t have any. Here’s another pic of it. I should have kept my old turbines. When I bought it from my old boss, it had turbines with bfg radials with white letters outside. I might have a pic of it like that. This pic is from 98. Yikes I’m getting old
This was my 89... I really miss that car.
They are all rusting up here in New England. Please come collect them so when I'm looking for my next project on CL, I don't have to look through all these rusty verts before finding the one notch that I can't afford anyway.I think the gt convertible is going to increase in value dramatically. Convertibles are always worth more eventually. The gt convertible is becoming rarer by the day. In my opinion, it's the best looking mustang fox.
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