(4 photos of a 1982 Silver Mustang GT Hatchback) 1982 Mustang GT hatchback owned by Barbara Foster from Canada. It's painted in a custom blend of Sikkens course metallic silver paint with course metallic charcoal gray stripes. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for February 10th, 2008. Barbara tells us more, "This car was completely stripped down to bare metal; the entire interior, drivetrain, and suspension all removed and rebuilt in 8 months. The only work contracted out was the spraying of the paint. All the bodywork, engine assembly, installation of entire drivetrain and suspension - including new brake lines, as well as the interior - including a custom made aluminum dash with Auto Meter gauges was completed by my husband and me. I have a Cardomain page that chronicles the entire build of the car, including installation of: Eibach Sportline suspension kit; Baer brakes front and back; installed battle boxes; and new engine and T5Z transmission. http://www.cardomain.com/ride/2331891"|
(7 photos of a 1982 Black Mustang GT Hatchback) Black 1982 Mustang GT hatchback with the largest engine option in 1982 of a 157hp (at 4000rpm), 302ci, 5.0 liter V8. This car has the TRX performance suspension package option with forged metric aluminum wheels ($111 when ordered with the new GT). Other GT options was a body-colored front fascia, rear spoiler, hood air scoop, cowl (air vents between the hood and windshield, three-slot grille, headlight frames; which were all normally flat black.
(5 photos of a 1982 Bright Red Mustang GT Hatchback) In 1982 the GT options group came back and here is an example in this Bright Red 1982 Mustang GT hatchback with 17" R -type Cobra wheels.
(4 photos of a 1982 Silver Mustang GT Hatchback) Silver 1982 Mustang GT hatchback with a modified 5.0 liter (302ci), V8 engine.
(6 photos of a 1982 Bright Red Mustang Intermeccanica Convertible) Check out this rare one. Ever seen a 1982 Mustang convertible? Ford contracted Intermeccanica Custom Coach Builders to convert some 1200 Mustangs into convertibles in 1982. The conversion added a whopping $14,000 on to the price of the car. Jason, the owner, tells us more, "I purchased it on December 1, 2009. It is an early-production Intermeccanica 'Cabrio', with a production unit sequence in the 8,000 block. The data sticker shows a body type of 66H. It was built in August of 1981 and sold new in November, 1981 by City Ford in Los Angeles. It has power windows, steering, brakes, and A/C. The interior is factory red with white leather upholstery. The engine has been freshly overhauled and runs like a Swiss watch. Original Bright Red (27) paint is super-nice, suggesting it spent its life indoors. The colors, options, overall well-kept condition and early production indicate the car was probably purchased by someone with power and prestige, perhaps within the auto industry. The seller owned the car only two years and had no information on prior ownership history. The recent owner had two reasons for selling the car. First, it needs the original top replaced and Intermeccanica was of no help to him in finding the original pattern. Second, he didn't have funds to replace the automatic transmission. Anyone with info on Intermeccanica Mustangs is invited to contact me."
(3 photos of a 1982 Mustang Intermeccanica Convertible Advertisement) Here is an ad for the 1982 Mustang convertible from Intermeccanica Custom Coach Builders. Ford didn't make a convertible Mustang in 1982. But they did contract Intermeccanica to build a few. The ad says, "Open car driving fun with an accent of style."
(4 photos of a 1982 Dark Curry Brown Mustang Coupe) Brown 1982 modified Mustang coupe with a 1980 front end (grille and front fascia), heavily modified engine and an aftermarket blacked out hood scoop. No three inch hood cowl here!!!
(7 photos of a 1982 Medium Red Mustang Coupe) Medium Red 1982 Mustang coupe with a 87hp (at 3800rpm), 200 cubic inch (3.3 liter), 1 barrel, inline-six cylinder engine.
(14 photos of a 1982 Polar White Mustang Coupe) Polar White 1982 Mustang coupe with aftermarket chrome wheels, tinted windows and 31K miles on its original 3.3 liter (200 cubic inch), 1 barrel, 6 cylinder engine.
(4 photos of a 1982 Medium Blue Glow Mustang Coupe) Base level Medium Blue Glow 1982 Mustang coupe with 3.3 liter, 6 cylinder engine. This is one of the blues offered in 1982.
(2 photos of a 1982 Black Mustang GT Hatchback) Black 1982 Mustang GT hatchback with 95 Mustang GT wheels with a modified engine and blackened taillights.
(4 photos of a 1982 Bright Red Mustang GT Hatchback) Bright Red 1982 Mustang GT hatchback with aftermarket wheels, hood scoop, and the largest engine offered in 1982, a 157hp (at 4000rpm), 5.0 liter (302ci), 2 barrel, V8 engine.
(1 photo of a 1982 Black Mustang GT Hatchback) Check out these three 1982 Mustang GT hatchbacks in all in black and all in a row. Nice!
(4 photos of a 1982 Medium Blue Glow Mustang Coupe) Medium Blue 1982 Mustang coupe with an 87hp (at 3800rpm), 3.3 liter (200 cubic inch), 1 barrel, 6 cylinder engine.
(1 photo of a 1982 Medium Yellow Mustang GLX Hatchback) Ford promotional photo of a Medium Yellow 1982 Mustang GLX Hatchback with t-top roof. The 1982 GLX replaced the previous years luxury Ghia. The GLX has "blackout" treatment on exterior window trim, door handles; optional non-functional hood scoop (not on this car); P185/75R14 BSW performance tires; 6 spoke cast aluminum wheels, 5.0 fender badges (not shown on this car); 5.0L engine and GT handling and suspension; GT dash instruments; reclining low bucket seats; blackout dash; and optional console with armrest, electronic digital clock and graphic display systems monitor.
(13 photos of a 1982 Mustang Promotional Sales Brochure) This is the front cover of the 1982 Ford Mustang Promotional Booklet showing a Medium Yellow 3-door Mustang GL hatchback with t-roof and forged metric aluminum wheels. This car is also on the back cover and inside on the first page.
(1 photo of a 1982 Medium Red Mustang GT Hatchback) Ford promotional photo of a Medium Red 1982 Mustang GT with a cool black GT in the background.
(1 photo of a 1982 Dark Blue Mustang GT Enduro Hatchback) Cool Ford promotional photo of a Black 1983 Mustang GT Enduro with sunroof, hood pins, blue molding insert, gold lace-type wheels, hood vent, rear spoiler/wing, and "Mustang GT Enduro" on the side. Three of these performance GT's where built by Ford to promote its racing products and design. Two were red, one dark blue. The body was patterned off the 1980 SVO M81 McLaren.
(1 photo of a 1982 Bright Red Mustang GT Enduro Fastback) Wilson Swilley owns this ultra rare 1982 Mustang GT Enduro. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting August 19, 2012. Only three of these were made; one blue and two in red. Wilson is an expert on these cars. Here is research on the car. They were used by Firestone as promotional car for their HPR tires during the 1982 IMSA race season.
(4 photos of a 1982 Blue Mustang GT Hatchback) 1982 Mustang GT hatchback with custom metallic blue paint, custom hood scoop, 1991 or after chrome Mustang wheels, and a customized 5.0L HO V8 engine.