In recent years, we’ve seen a small handful of 1992 Ford Mustang LX convertible Summer Edition models pop up for sale, including this very nice 36k-mile example and this one, which had less than 4,000 original miles at that time. Now, yet another example of that relatively rare model has surfaced for sale on Bring a Trailer, and it’s also a little used specimen with just 18k original miles showing on the car’s odometer.
The Blue Oval produced just 2,193 units of the 1992 Ford Mustang Summer Edition in total, and this one was originally delivered to Chuck Clancy Ford in Marietta, Georgia. It remained in the Peach State until just recently, when the selling dealer – located in Florida – purchased it, and now, it’s up for grabs yet again.
The 1992 Ford Mustang Summer Edition is rather easy to spot, thanks to the fact that it was only available in LX trim and convertible configuration with Vibrant Red exterior paint, along with a white top, body-color mirrors and trim, and a trunk lid spoiler. The limited-edition pony car is also equipped with a set of 16-inch Opal Pearlescent Pony wheels, as well as an interior with white leather seats and black accents.
Mechanically speaking, the Summer Edition came equipped with the Handling Suspension Package as standard equipment, which adds variable-rate springs and a Quadra-Shock rear setup, along with power-assisted rack-and-pinion steering. Braking is handled by power-assisted front discs and rear drums, while the car’s 5.0L V8 sends 225 horsepower and 300 pound-feet of torque to the rear wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission and a limited-slip differential.
This particular pony car had an original MSRP of $22,485 and is almost as good as new today, save for a non-functioning radio. Otherwise, it’s a pristine example of a rather rare and quite cool footnote in Mustang history, and as such, should attract considerable interest at auction.
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