Gorgeous 1985 Ford Mustang GT Auction Ends Today

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Four-eye Fox-body fans who like the 1985 Ford Mustang GT may never see a cleaner version of the ’85 GT, complete with T-Tops, than this example on auction right now. This pristine 1985 Ford Mustang GT has only 16,000 original miles, and it looks as if it just rolled off the assembly line.

The car has a red exterior with gray interior and the T-Tops that many cars of the era sported. The car is located in Brookfield, Wisconsin, and is for sale by a dealer called Pmotors. Features of the car include the desirable 5-speed manual transmission and original 15-inch ten-hole wheels.

The paint is factory Bright Red 2R and has matte black hood decals and the rear deck spoiler. Dual exhausts stick out of the back, and the car has the 5.0 badging on the fenders that was famous in the Fox-body days. The car has no power windows or locks and has an AM/FM stereo. It’s not clear if that is the factory stereo, but with the immaculate stock condition of the car, we assume so. The interior looks perfect and clean with light gray carpet and seats with light gray bolsters and darker gray centers with red piping.

The open dark gray headrests were a hallmark of the year model. The interior of the 1985 and 1986 cars in this color is one of the most attractive of all Fox-body interiors in our opinion. If this car floats your boat, you have a bit over two and a half hours before the auction is over. The car isn’t listed as no reserve, and the current bid is $16,000. It’s unclear if that is enough to land the car a new owner. We talked about a very clean one-owner 1986 Ford Mustang GT convertible not long ago that might interest those wanting more wind in their hair.

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Source: BringATrailer

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Written by Shane McGlaun

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

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