(1 photo of a 1981 Blue Mustang Ghia Coupe) Have you ever heard of one of these? The original window sticker called it a 1981 Ford Mustang Ghia Suncoupe. It is owned by Jason Bourdeau from Langley, BC, Canada. The sticker price was $11K. I believe the 'Suncoupe' if for the sunroof and the vinyl top was an aftermarket item. It has a 3.3L 6-cylinder engine and an automatic transmission.|
(5 photos of a 1981 Bright Red Mustang Coupe) Check out this Bright Red 1981 Mustang notchback. It's owned by Because You Can Motorsports. The owner tells us, "Long story short... She was stored in 1994 by the original owner. We found her in March of 2012. In July 2012 we began work. This is the original paint sprayed in September 1980. We finished her in September 2012. Animals made quick work of the interior even though she was in a garage. We were able to build this car with extra parts we had laying around the shop and a lot of work. Originally being a 4 cylinder we used a 1991 drop top as a donor for all the steering and suspension (except the springs). She was also converted to 5 lug. The engine is a 302 bored .030 over with a Bcam with built e7s, and every bolt on part we could throw at it. Shes for sale. We're asking 5000 obo. If you have any questions feel free to email us."
(3 photos of a 1981 Medium Red Mustang Coupe) Medium Red 1981 Mustang coupe with the base 88hp (at 4600rpm), 140 cubic inch (2.3 liter), 2 barrel, inline-four engine.
(3 photos of a 1981 Silver Mustang Coupe) Silver 1981 Mustang coupe with 4 spoke wheel covers, black body side molding, black grille, and the base level 86hp (at 4600rpm), 140 cubic inch (2.3 liter), 2 barrel, 4 cylinder engine
(3 photos of a 1981 Polar White Mustang Coupe) Polar White 1981 Mustang coupe (notchback) with T-tops and a bright red interior. This one has the 6-cylinder engine under the hood. Factory options include power steering, power anti-lock brakes, air conditioning, and an in-dash tachometer.
(1 photo of a 1981 Mustang Ghia Promotional Sales Brochure) Page 8 and 9 shows the 1981 Mustang Ghia rag top and regular top coupe. Mustang Ghia. Refreshing like a sea breeze in full sails. Ghia will lift your spirits and carry you with distinctive pride and elegance. Ghia, in 2- or 3-door models, includes refined exterior touches like dual black remote control mirrors, bodyside pinstripes and turbine wheel covers. Inside there are Ghia's lowback reclining buckets with adjustable headrests, deluxe seat belts with tension eliminators, and luxury level cut-pile carpeting. Ghia also includes a dual beam map/dome light and lights for ashtray, glove box, engine compartment, and truck (2-door) or third door courtesy light switch (3-door). Plus a lot more (pages 12-13).
(1 photo of a 1981 Bright Yellow Mustang Coupe) Ford Promotional photo of a Bright Yellow 1981 Mustang coupe with styled steel wheel with trim rings and color keyed insert body-side molding.
(1 photo of a 1981 Medium Pewter Silver Mustang Ghia Coupe) Ford Promotional photo of a two-tone Medium Pewter silver over black 1981 rag top Mustang Ghia coupe. The 1981 Tu-tone option could be black or the following top/bottom combination: dark cordovan/bittersweet, medium pewter/light pewter, red/white, and midnight blue/medium blue glow. Best of all this Ghia optioned Mustang has the Carriage Roof option which gives the look of a classic convertible with the top up, but of course this one never goes down. No Mustang convertible was offered in 1981. This Carriage Roof was offered in white grained vinyl; or black, blue or brown cloth.
(2 photos of a 1981 Pastel Chamois Mustang Ghia Coupe) Pastel Chamois 1981 Mustang Ghia coupe with a brown interior and a white vinyl (convertible looking) top. It has the 6-cylinder engine and automatic transmission.