(3 photos of a 1983 Midnight Blue Mustang GLX Convertible) Midnight Blue 1983 Mustang GLX convertible owned by Don Barnes from Oakland, Tennessee. He calls it "Sally". Don purchased it new in February 1983, and I still owns it to this day. It has it's original 5.0L (302ci) engine.|
(9 photos of a 1983 Silver Mustang GLX Convertible) Silver 1983 Mustang GLX convertible with the most powerful engine offered in 1983, the 175 hp (at 4000rpm) 302 cubic inch, 5.0 liter, high output V8. Standard GLX convertible upgrades are dual black remote control mirrors, woodgrain-insert four spoke steering wheel, interior lighting group, black rocker panel moldings, and a drivers side door map pocket.
(8 photos of a 1983 Medium Red Mustang GLX Convertible) Medium Red 1983 Mustang GLX convertible with the larger of the two V6 engines offered in 1983.
(3 photos of a 1983 Vermilion Red Mustang GLX Convertible) Check out this red 1983 Mustang GLX convertible owned by Jeff from Canada. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting January 22, 2012. It has a 5.0L engine and an automatic transmission. The color is Vermilion Red from 1994. Jeff adds, "I am the second owner. It has 83000 kilometers on it. I purchased the car from a man who had a company car and this was his summer car. His daughter was turning 16 and he was worried about her driving it, so he sold the car to me. These pictures were taken along the Niagara River about 15 minutes from Niagara Falls."
(1 photo of a 1983 Bright Red Mustang Convertible) Bright Red 1983 Mustang GLX convertible. The GLX was the base level convertible for 1983 which came with the 3.8 liter, 2 barrel 6 cylinder engine originally rated at 105hp (at 4000rpm). The GLX model was between the base model or LX and GT. Only 1001 GT convertibles where built in 1983 with 8 of them ordered in Canada. See our 1983 Mustang data explorer for more information.
(1 photo of a 1983 Bright Bittersweet Orange Mustang GT Convertible) Bright Bittersweet 1983 Mustang GT convertible owned by Todd from Riverdale, Iowa. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting October 5, 2014. Todd tells us, "I found it on Craigslist. I have been looking for awhile and this popped up. 1 of 44 GT/GLX in this color. It had no rust so I thought it would be a good car." Engine mods include; GT40 Aluminum heads, Crane cam kit, Motorsport 1.7 roller rockers, Edelbrock RPM air gap intake, Edelbrock ABC carb, K&N air filter, MSD digital 6 ignition, MSD dist & coil, Motorsport wires, Aeromotive fuel pump, Holley fuel regulator & gauge, BBK headers and H-pipe. Wheels & Suspension mods; 13-inch front Cobra and 98 GT brakes, Cobra wheels, Cooper RS3a tires, poly control arms, camber caster plates, Eibach springs sport line springs, Tokico shocks & struts, interior & exterior sub frame connectors, Strut tower braces. It also has a T5 with Hurst 5-speed shifter, Billet flywheel and clutch/quadrant, drive shaft loop, 8.8 with 3.73 rears, hardened axles & studs, and 5-lug conversion.
(4 photos of a 1983 Light Academy Blue Glow Mustang GLX Convertible) Light Academy Blue Glow 1983 Mustang GLX convertible with a white gut and white top. Under the hood is a 6-cylinder engine. This is the lightest of three blue paints offered on the Mustang in 1983.
(1 photo of a 1983 Medium Red Mustang GLX Convertible) The Mustang convertible was gone for nine years. 1983 was the re-introduction of the Mustang convertible. This is a Ford promotional photo of a Medium Red 1983 Mustang GLX convertible which came out mid year. Ford used Cars & Concepts of Brighton, Michigan to convert steel topped coupes from the factory into these convertible.
(1 photo of a 1983 Medium Red Mustang GLX Convertible) Back in 1983 was the Mustang convertible. This is a Medium Red 1983 Mustang GLX convertible with wire wheels, body side molding, and color keyed mirrors. The front window trim looks a little odd, because in 1983 Ford sent out all Mustang convertibles to be created from coupes.
(1 photo of a 1983 Mustang GLX Promotional Sales Brochure) The Mustang convertible is back after being discontinued after 1973. A Bright Red Mustang GLX convertible is shown here in the 1983 Ford Mustang promotional booklet. In 1983 the convertible came only with the GLX options, the t-roof was still considered a more sporty convertible and was offered on the GT.
(3 photos of a 1983 Black Mustang GLX Convertible) Black 1983 5.0L Mustang GLX convertible with a black gut and a black convertible top.
(1 photo of a 1983 Mustang Convertible Advertisement) This is a magazine advertisement for the 1983 Mustang. It is titled, You'd look even better in a Mustang. The ad is in black and white and features a 1983 Mustang convertible or flip-up top (as they call it). The model on this ad looks to me like she is dressed as a pirate.
(7 photos of a 1983 Medium Red Mustang GT Convertible) Medium Red 1983 Mustang GT convertible owned by Dave Hilgendorf from Saint Clair, Michigan. Dave tells us more, "I purchased it about 6 months ago from a private owner. It has 50,000 miles and is rust free. It is almost completely original. I have the original window sticker and a Marti report." The Marti report lists the following options: interval windshield wipers, 3.08 Traction-Lok rear axle, 5-speed manual transmission, P220/55R-390 TRX black sidewall tires, tilt leather wrapped steering wheel, speed control, power steering, power disc brakes, air conditioner, AM/FM cassette stereo radio, heavy duty battery, power windows, and TRX aluminum wheels.
(5 photos of a 1983 Medium Yellow Mustang GLX Convertible) Why does this Medium Yellow 1983 Ford Mustang GLX convertible look so great? because it only has 1000 miles on the clock! It has a 5.0l V8 engine and a 4-speed manual transmission.
(5 photos of a 1983 Red Mustang GLX Convertible) Red 1983 Mustang GLX convertible owned by Robert Hernandez from Miami, Florida. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 12, 2018. Robert tells us more, "I purchased this 1983 Mustang convertible with a 5.0 engine with 69,000 original miles. The interesting thing about it, that it has a 4 speed not 5 speed. The car is all original with matching numbers and it is in excellent condition. I purchased it a year ago from someone who garaged it. When researching the history, the car was purchased in 83 but never registered until 1990s. I'm trying to find out how rare if any, this car is for having a T4."