690 cars (3501 pictures) found: model of "GT", grouped by car
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(5 photos of a 1987 Dark Shadow Blue Mustang GT Convertible) This is an amazing 1987 Mustang GT convertible in Dark Shadow Blue exterior paint with a white interior. Nice!
(4 photos of a 1988 Cabernet Red Mustang GT Convertible) Cabernet Red 1988 Mustang GT convertible owned by Robert Nehila from Pennsylvania. Robert picked it up about a month ago and has it driving now. He plans a restoration this winter. This GT has a modified hood, grille, side rockers, and a Saleen spoiler. Compare to a stock 1988 GT
(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.
(5 photos of a 1988 Cabernet Red Mustang GT Convertible)
Cabernet Red 1988 Mustang GT convertible owned by Mark Italiano. Modifications include; BBK H-pipe, Flowmaster American thunder exhaust, Centerforce dual friction clutch, Accel supercoil, MSD distributor, and Ford racing 9mm plug wires.
(6 photos of a 1988 Bright Regatta Blue Mustang GT Hatchback)
Bright Regatta Blue customized 1988 Mustang GT. The blue paint is original, but the wheels and black paint and louvers on the hood have been added.
(5 photos of a 1988 Cabernet Red Mustang GT Hatchback)
Cabernet Red 1988 Mustang GT hatchback with modified 302 cubic inch (5.0 liter), electronic fuel injected, high-output V8 engine.
(4 photos of a 1988 Black Mustang GT Hatchback)
Black 1988 Mustang GT hatchback 225hp (at 4200rpm), 302 cubic inch (5.0 liter), electronic fuel injected, high output, V8 engine.
(2 photos of a 1988 Light Gray Smoke Mustang GT Hatchback)
Check out this Smoke 1988 Mustang GT hatchback with T-tops! It is owned by Alan King from Carrollton, Georgia. Under the hood is a 302ci V8 engine. Alan had this to share, "I bought this car in June of 1989. It was in the Ford fleet. It carries the DSO 89 on the door tag. It now has 67,000 miles on it and still in great shape. Has pretty much been parked since 1993. I have never seen another 88 T-top with the 1K (Smoke) color."
(6 photos of a 1988 Dark Gray Smoke Mustang GT Hatchback)
Dark Gray Smoke metallic 1988 Mustang GT hatchback with light gray lower accent paint and a 225hp (at 4200rpm), 5.0 liter (302ci), high-output (HO), V8 engine.
(1 photo of a 1988 Yellow Mustang GT Custom Convertible)
This customized Yellow 1988 Mustang GT convertible with its original but also customized 302ci HO V8 is owned by Ryan of Toronto, Canada and is our Attitude Of The Week
starting the week of December 25th, 2011. It has a custom front grille, headlights, and lower valance; custom hood with hood pins; and custom wheels and rear spoiler to name a few.
(4 photos of a 1988 Bright Regatta Blue Mustang GT Convertible)
Bright Regatta Blue 1988 Mustang GT convertible with a 302ci, 5.0L, 225hp V8 engine.
(4 photos of a 1988 Regatta Blue Mustang GT Convertible)
Regatta Blue 1988 Mustang GT convertible owned by Jim Cameron from Whitby, Ontario, Canada. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week
for the week starting November 27, 2011. This GT has two-tone paint; Regatta Blue over silver. The engine is a 5.0L V8 and it has a manual transmission. Jim says, "It has been in the family since new. Originally was my cousin's car which he sold to me as his family grew."
(5 photos of a 1988 Venom Yellow Mustang GT Convertible)
Venon Yellow 1988 Mustang GT convertible owned by Ryan from Toronto, Ontario, Canada. It has the 302ci V8 engine and a manual transmission.
(1 photo of a 1988 Medium Shadow Blue Mustang GT Convertible)
Ford promotional photo of a Medium Shadow Blue over Titanium 1988 Mustang GT convertible. This photo is from the 1988 Ford Mustang Sales Brochure
(5 photos of a 1988 Cabernet Red Mustang GT US Mustang Hatchback)
This is a 1988 Mustang GT originally modified by Don Hiller and Gene Fercodini of U.S. Mustang for Ford Mustang's 25th anniversary. To get one of these cars you had to buy a non-metallic, non-two-tone painted Mustang GT from Lombard Ford of Winstead Connecticut and then ask for the optional $3,495 U.S. Mustang Trim & Performance package. This package included the gold over-the-top stripes, gold body side molding trim inserts, custom gold anodized wheels, U.S. Mustang front fender emblems, four wheel disc brakes, 3.73:1 traction-loc rear axle (standard offerings were 2.73:1 and 3.08:1), 5 speed transmission, and the SVO 140 mph speedometer.
(8 photos of a 1989 Bright Red Mustang GT Hatchback) Bright Red 1989 Mustang GT with a 225 hp (at 4200 rpm), 302 cubic inch, 5.0 liter, electronic fuel injected, high output, V8 engine.
(4 photos of a 1989 Oxford White Mustang GT Convertible) Oxford White 1989 Mustang GT convertible owned by Alex from San Jose, California. It has a 302ci (5.0L) V8 engine with some modifications like an Edelbrock manifold. It has a salvage title due to an accident which caused the front bumper, radiator, and driver door damage. It has 76K miles on the clock.
(3 photos of a 1989 Cabernet Red Mustang GT Fastback) Nathan sends in photos of his Father's Cabernet Red 1989 Mustang GT fastback. It had the 5.0L 302ci V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Nathan had this story to share, "My Dad factory ordered his 1989 Mustang GT hatchback in the fall of 1988. It was the car I grew up in and I still want a mustang just like it. In 1996 my Brother was born and we traded it in for an Explorer. After going to a car show in 2004, we became very interested in finding out what happened to it. We did a VIN search, but we never managed to track down the last owner until 2010. He said a semi came over on it and it had been sold to the local junkyard. The yard owner didn't remember it and said he had crushed thousands of cars recently. We went there and found several wrecked Mustangs but couldn't find his."
(6 photos of a 1989 Oxford White Mustang GT Fastback) Oxford White 1989 Mustang GT fastback owned by Josh Colby from Manchester, New Hampshire. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting June 30, 2013. Josh tells us more, "I obtained this beautiful Mustang last year around September. I have currently invested a good amount on preventative maintenance and other needed areas. If I had a choice and I really don't, I would not sell it. The previous owner 'said' that the motor and trans were rebuilt. How rebuilt, I do not know but she idl's flawlessly and doesn't have any issues shifting. The chassis has 184k miles on it and has a bit of rust under door areas and under the trunk and that is it. NO rust No rot! The motor was rebuilt about 15-25k miles ago.
The car is not a show car but is very clean looking and has minimal daily driving looks. She is parked every winter and is maintained. The only reason I am selling or TRADING is for a 4X4 pick up, extended cab 5.0L+. So I can have a yearly driver that I can use. Sad to say the truck I was
using has been.... taken away. So I am kind of in need something. The car starts daily in all weather types and even when she is parked and hasn't started for 3 days in 20 degree weather. It has been very reliable. If you have any questions please feel free to email at the email address listed. Remember, she is not a show car. I am either looking for a truck in decent to equal condition trade or a local cash sale. FUN STUFF: Mach 1 style vented hood, Typhoon intake manifold 'upper & lower', new detent cable for transmission, tranny flush, power steering flush, BBK CAI, BBK shorty headers, under drive pulleys, smog delete, aftermarket catless pipe to a custom side pipe exhaust, rebuilt transmission, rebuilt motor 'no receipt, PO says so, gaskets look new and it purs just fine', Cobra tail lights,
Performance automatic street/strip shift kit, front caster/camber, upper strut plates, KYB Shocks, battery power master, 140W alternator with smaller pulley, chassis stiffening bars, rear pan hard bars, new ball joint, new 190 degree Thermostat, distributor cap, 8mm wires, PVC, new heater core, Yukon Dura grip posi with 31 spline axle set up, side mounted oil pressure gauge and water temp gauge with fuel gauge 'fuel not hooked up', and a bunch of little things all around. NEEDS: rear main seal if you don't want a small oil leak, windshield cracked $195, fuel gauge connected
(8 photos of a 1989 Custom Orange Mustang GT Hatchback) A custom Orange Mustang GT hatchback (I believe GM "Hugger Orange" or Ford "Grabber Orange"). Some exterior changes include a 4 inch cowl hood, Weld Racing rims, 275/50/15 Mickey Thompson drag radials, 165/15 front tires, and cross drilled and slotted rotors.
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