It’s increasingly hard to find clean and unmolested Fox-body Mustang cars. When you do find clean Fox-body cars, like this 1992 Ford Mustang GT with only 16,000 miles on the odometer, they tend to be very expensive. This particular 1992 Ford Mustang GT is for sale right now, and is black with gray cloth interior. It appears to have power windows and locks and is fitted with an automatic transmission.
It looks like it has cruise control, and it’s from the era when honking the horn meant you had to push the little buttons on each side of the steering wheel spokes. This car looks extremely clean, with shiny black paint that appears to be in good condition. The car wears the original factory five-star Pony wheels, and it appears that there is no damage to the front splitter where the factory GT fog lights are found.
Often that front spoiler is heavily scratched or cracked from people not paying attention as they pull into parking lots. The Mustang GT appears to be completely stock on the outside, but it has been modified under the hood. The seller reports that the car has stainless steel Shorty headers, off-road SVE X-pipe, Flow Master American Thunder cat-back exhaust, Ford Racing plug wires, deleted A.I.R. pump and lines. All eight fuel injectors have been replaced, and the car has new tires, front rotors, brake lines, O2 sensors, IAC valve, fuel pump, and all fluids and filters are new.
The seller says that the AC works and notes that the car does have some stains and swirls in the paint from storage. One potential downside for buyers is that the car has an airbag code for module open internal fuse that wasn’t replaced because replacement requires tearing the dash apart. According to the seller, his parents purchased the car with only 9,000 miles on the odometer in 1993 and drove it for only a few years before it was put in storage. The car is on eBay with bidding going until tomorrow at 7:32 am. Check out this canary yellow 1993 Mustang LX convertible.