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1999 Ford Mustang GT Convertible Special Edition For Sale


The most popular Mustangs tend to be the first-generation models with the Fox body cars coming on strong. The years between the Fox body that ended in 1993 and S197 that kicked off in 2005 don’t have quite the popularity as the older cars, meaning they tend to be cheaper to purchase. Case in point is this very clean 1999 Ford Mustang GT convertible limited edition silver 35th anniversary car. The seller says that the car is 3,849 out of 4,628 of the cars built and one of only 1,249 of the limited edition silver cars.

The car looks very clean in the images with under 47,000 original miles. It was driven by an adult, non-smoker and lived its life in Texas where salt, rust, and other chemicals on the roads aren’t a problem. This 1999 Ford Mustang GT was loaded up from the factory with the Mach 460 sound system, black cloth top, black convertible top boot, 17×8 bright 5-spoke wheels, 35th anniversary edition badging, and 6-way power driver seat.

The convertible top has a headliner, and the seats are covered in black and silver leather/vinyl. The car has a 5-speed manual transmission and power is from a 4.6-liter SOHC 16V V8 engine making 260 horsepower and 302 pound-foot of torque. All 1999 Mustangs had a 35th anniversary badge on them.

What makes this 1999 Ford Mustang GT special is the optional 54Y limited edition package. It included the hood scoop, side scoops, different rocker side moldings, polished wheels with black inserts, silver/aluminum color dash and shifter knob, a different rear spoiler, special logo floor mats, silver door inserts, silver leather-trimmed seats, and black honeycomb insert between the taillights. The seller is asking $8,900, which seems to be a reasonable price for a car with so few miles in such good condition.

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Shane is a car guy with a fondness for Mustangs and off-roading.

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