(4 photos of a 1984 Dark Charcoal Black Mustang GT Convertible) Dark Charcoal 1984 Mustang GT convertible with Fusion tires on 17" cobra wheels and the largest Mustang engine offered in 1984, a 175hp (at 4000rpm), 5.0 liter (320ci), 4 barrel, V8.|
(6 photos of a 1985 Black Mustang GT Convertible) 1985 Ford Mustang GT convertible with a 2.3L, 4 cycle, 210 horse power engine. The GT upgrades include a short throw T-5 transmission, a quad-shock rear system, a larger rear stabilizer bar, alloy wheels, and leather sport performance bucket seats.
(3 photos of a 1987 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Black 1987 Mustang GT convertible owned by Jan and Ken Benson from Sydney, NSW, Australia. This is our featured, Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 25, 2012. Ken tells us, "We have had the Mustang for over 13 years and purchased from Ross Donley who races Mustangs in Australia. We had a 1979 coupe over 30 years ago and decided to buy a later model. The motor was upgraded to a 93 Cobra R, Gold track racing diff, computer system, special made wheels, Celini bonnet, after market taillights, rear wing, 5-speed manual Hurst shifter etc. My son and I bought a 1970 convertible. We have been members for 13 years of MOCA Mustang Owners Club NSW Australia. I write articles in our club magazine 'Pony Express'. We have around 700 members in our club in NSW."
(3 photos of a 1988 Black Mustang GT Convertible) The top's up on this Black 1988 Mustang GT convertible with a 225hp (at 4200rpm), 302 cubic inch (5.0 liter), electronic fuel injected, high output V8 engine.
(2 photos of a 1990 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Black 1990 Mustang GT convertible with a 225hp (at 4200rpm), 302 cubic inch (5.0 liter), electronic fuel injected, high output V8 engine, and after market cobra wheels.
(1 photo of a 1995 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Triple Black 1995 Mustang GT convertible owned by Bryan Nedwed from New Jersey. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 27, 2015. It has the 5.0L V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Bryan tells us, "Had her for a year love it and I'm a Chevy guy. It a little slow but fun to drive. Mods; straight pipes, 18 inch Cobra rims, trick flow intake, GT 40 heads, Lunaticam 488 lift 234 duration, and 411 gears."
(1 photo of a 1996 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Black 1996 Mustang GT convertible owned by Kathy Jones from Lewisburg, Tennessee. It has a 4.6L V8 and a manual transmission. Kathy purchased it in March of 2013.
(14 photos of a 1997 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Black 1997 Mustang GT convertible with a 215hp (at 4400rpm), 4.6 liter (232ci), single overhead cam, V8 engine. 1997 models had a slightly larger grille opening than the 1996's to allow more air to the new cooling system.
(4 photos of a 1998 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Triple Black 1998 Mustang GT convertible owned by Leonard Norberg from Apple Valley, Minnesota. It's Triple Black because the exterior paint, interior and convertible top are all black in color. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week of 6-22-08. Under the hood is the factory 4.6L V8 engine. Leonard also has a 2007 Mustang GT. Check it out with the help of our Detailed Picture Search loaded with year=2007 and owner=Leonard Norberg.
(5 photos of a 2000 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Black 2000 Mustang GT convertible with a 260hp (at 6250rpm), 281 cubic inch, 4.6 liter, electronic fuel injected, single overhead cam, V8 engine. This car has the standard GT 17 inch five-spoke alloy rims.
(3 photos of a 2000 Black Mustang GT Spring Feature Convertible) Black 2000 Mustang GT Spring Feature Edition convertible owned by Karen Irvine from Dover, Delaware. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for March, 29, 2009. Karen tells us, "It was bought brand new in October of 2000. The salesman informed me the car was one of four like it in the Mid-Atlantic region. It has no mods other than an aftermarket head unit. It is the 5th Mustang I have owned since I was 16, when I bought my 76 Mustang II GHIA. In the midst of all these Mustangs I have also owned four Thunderbirds SC and LXs. I love the Fords!" Special 17x8 inch wheels, hood scoop, and side scoops are part of the Spring Edition package.
(8 photos of a 2000 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Black 2000 Mustang GT convertible owned by Jerry Patrick from Barnsdall, Oklahoma. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for the week starting 8-30-09. Jerry tells us, "I bought the 2000 GT convertible from a used car dealer in Del City, Oklahoma. The GT has some minor mods including Bullitt wheels with Cobra inserts, the GT front bumper had been replaced by a Cobra style bumper, the original exhaust had been replaced with a Flow Master exhaust system that had been moved to the front of the rear tires, an updated PCM, and seat heaters."
(7 photos of a 2003 Black Mustang GT Anniversary Convertible) Black 100th Anniversary (Centennial) 2003 Mustang convertible with a two-tone parchment interior. Ford only made 3000 of these in the coupe and convertible. Like the first Ford cars - you could get this Centennial Mustang in any color so long as it was black.
(2 photos of a 2003 Black Mustang GT Anniversary Convertible) Black 2003 Mustang GT Centennial Edition convertible owned by Megan McAleer from Gaithersburg, Maryland. It has the 4.6-liter V8 engine, four speed automatic transmission, brand new mfg. Good Year tires, brand new 17x8 inch 5-spoke chrome wheels, 4-wheel anti-lock brakes with traction control, dual exhaust, rear spoiler, fog lamps, matching black convertible
top, convertible boot, standard Premium Verona-grain Imola leather seating surfaces in two-tone parchment, 100th Anniversary badges embossed on the seats & outer fenders & decklid, leather-wrapped steering wheel, power driver's seat with power lumbar support, and Mach 460 AM/FM Stereo with six-disc CD changer. Megan says, "I've had this convertible for about three years and it's barely been driven. I had helped a boyfriend purchase it, but needless to say the relationship soured and now I'm left with a car that I do not need! The car looks great inside and out and only has a little over 55k miles on it. I would keep it for myself, but am looking for a less-sporty car. You can message or call me for more details."
(5 photos of a 2005 Black Red Mustang GT Steeda Convertible) Black over red 2005 Custom Steeda Mustang GT convertible from Garland, Texas. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for 3/23/08. James Goode is a member of the North Texas Mustang Club, SVT of North Texas and The Black Mustang Club. In early May of 2006, James Goode walked into the entry way of Dallas Mustang with a plan. Goode wanted to make his 2005 Mustang GT convertible into a Steeda Mustang, but could not make the 1400 mile trip to Pompano Beach, Florida for the make over. Goode asked Randy Gibson, owner of Dallas Mustang to do the makeover. At that time, Dallas Mustang was able to build a Steeda Mustang. Justin, of Dallas Mustang started the makeover with Steeda Cold Air Kit, Steeda pulleys, Steeda Charge Motion Delete Plates, Steeda Headers with a Bassani X-pipe with hi/flo cats and a Corsa Exhaust, Steeda Strut Tower Brace, Steeda Sport Shifter, Steeda Sport Springs, Steeda Adjustable Panhard Bar and G-Trac Brace. With the SCT Xcalibrator 2 tune, the Steeda made over GT was pulling 302.11 RWHP and Max Torque of 316.64 lbs, an increase of 23 RWHP. These mods would most likely satisfy the average Mustang enthusiast. Goode wanted to add a little show to the Pony. He had
Justin add billitt accessories to the interior and under the hood. Speaking of hood, Goode also had Justin add a Steeda 3-inch Heat Extractor Hood as well as a Steeda Chin Spoiler to his ride. Mike Testlin, owner of "Best in Show" paint & body in Garland, sprayed the pony in a custom black and silver over factory Torch Red color scheme designed by Kay Goode (the coach's wife). 70 year old James Crawford, venerable pin striper of 50 years added the finishing touches. Tim Morris of "Morris Custom Upholstery", Mesquite, Texas added a little sumpin-sumpin to the interior and trunk of Goode's Pony. Omar Medina of "Xtreme Audio" added a Panasonic head unit with 500 watt amp and 2 x 10" subs to the trunk. Omar also added a couple of 10" monitors in case Goode wanted to watch some game film while showing his ride. Paul Jordan of "Paul's Powdercoating" powder coated and, or chromed everything under the hood. On a sunny day with the hood up, you could get burned retinas! The old retired coach entered the North Texas Mustang Club's 17th Annual Yellow Rose All Ford Car Show in August of 2006 and immediately got hooked on showing his pony. To date the coach's car has won: 1st in class & Best Paint at the Yellow Rose 07; 1st in class & Best in Show at the AER Classic Car Show 07; Best Steeda, 1st in Class and Best in Show at the 07 Fun Ford Weekend. Goode also was introduced to Bentley Palez, owner of a highly polished and modified Black 05 Mustang GT convertible. They became good buds and often show their cars at major event together as the "Cruise Brothers" with another bud, Jim Bunch. Goode was very satisfied with his ride, until the winning of a Vortech Supercharger in a raffle at a charity car show caused a change in attitude. The mods by Dallas Mustang were now considered mild. When DM installed the Supercharger and did a retune, the mild pony became a "RADPONY"! The Dallas Mustang Steeda clone was now pulling 437.70 RWHP with 380.94 lbs of torque. The Pony could go fast, now it needed to stop fast. Goode had Justin to install a set of front & rear Baer 16" vented/cross drilled rotors with Baer Claw Calipers. Now this should satisfy the old coach, right? Not!! Goode knew he had two things going on in his life. 1) The old coach had surgery on his right foot coming up in November of 2007. 2) Goode wanted more power out of his pony. He wanted to take the RADPONY to the drag strip. He also knew taking a show car to the drag strip would be like taking a knife to a gun fight. The day before the surgery, Goode dropped the RADPONY off at Dallas Mustang and told Justin he wanted a stroker kit and forged rotating assembly added to RADPONY. The goal was 550 RWHP and 450 Torque. Goode knew he couldn't drive the 5-speed for at least 2-3 months. He told Justin to just take his time.
(1 photo of a 2006 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Triple Black 2006 Mustang GT convertible owned by Robert Hall from Hinesville, Georgia. This one has the 4.6L V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Triple black because the paint is black, the convertible top is black, and the interior is black.
(5 photos of a 2010 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Black 2010 Mustang GT convertible owned by Roger Kennedy from Sturgeon Falls, Ontario Canada. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting April 1, 2012. It has the 19" Bright Machined Aluminum wheels with the Tri-bar Pony centers. They were an option on the GT package. The interior
(6 photos of a 2010 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Here is a new Black 2010 Mustang GT convertible with optional 19-inch Bright Machined Aluminum Wheels that I photographed at the Lake Michigan waterfront while visiting Milwaukee. It was being auctioned off at a fund raiser.
(6 photos of a 2011 Black Mustang GT Convertible) Awesome Black 2011 Mustang GT convertible with Stone leather seats, the new 5.0L aluminum block V8, and standard 18 inch wide spoke painted aluminum wheels.