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1989 Mustang Gt Convertible. Gorgeous Black! No Mods, Low 71k Miles! Adult Owned on 2040-cars

Year:1989 Mileage:71100 Color: Black /
 Gray
Location:

Redondo Beach, California, United States

Redondo Beach, California, United States
Transmission:Automatic
Body Type:Convertible
Engine:5.0
Vehicle Title:Clear
Fuel Type:Gasoline
For Sale By:Private Seller
Condition:

Used

VIN (Vehicle Identification Number)
: 1FABP45E3KF149864
Year: 1989
Interior Color: Gray
Make: Ford
Number of Cylinders: 8
Model: Mustang
Trim: GT Convertible
Drive Type: RWD
Power Options: Power lumbar, Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Mileage: 71,100
Sub Model: GT
Exterior Color: Black

Up for sale is a stunning example of the Fox Body Mustang convertible. This specific car does not need a single thing. Has never seen a snowflake and completely rust free.
Very low 71K miles, which are original. The odometer has not rolled over!
I can't say enough good things about this car. It's an absolute joy to drive and is completely solid. The doors thump when you close them, the top doesn't rattle and roll. This Mustang has not been in any known accidents. Perfectly straight body and frame.

The good stuff:
-Everything is dead stock. There is not one performance modification on this car. Just a couple exterior upgrades (lights and wheels). 
-Engine runs smooth and cool. Runs outstanding.
-Transmission was just rebuilt this year and shifts and drives flawlessly
-Wheels and tires are BRAND NEW.
-Mustang Cobra R deep dish wheels. Fronts 17X8 and rears 17X9.
-Tires are very very nice Continental Extreme Contact DWS. Fronts: 235/45ZR17  Rears: 255/45ZR17
-Winning buyer also get the stock set of 15" turbine wheels with good tires as well.
-Convertible top is brand new.
-Interior is extremely clean. Seats have been covered since new with a lambs wool cover. Not a stain anywhere.
-Air Conditioning is VERY cold. Was converted to R-134.

There is nothing wrong with the car. What you see is what you get, there's NO hidden secrets. It's a joy to drive and we hate to see it go.
I would not hesitate for one minute to get in this car and drive it anywhere in the country.

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Thu, 10 Apr 2014 16:01:00 EST

There are a lot of things you could call the Ferrari FF. Innovative, advanced, pioneering, ponderous... beautiful may not be one of them, though. Because while it does pack Ferrari's first all-wheel drive system, it doesn't pack it into a very pretty shape, alternately described as a chopped shooting brake or stretched hatchback. Word has it, though, that Ferrari is working on a solution.
That solution, according to Car and Driver, would be to chop it down into an FF coupe. Apparently separate from the SP FFX project that ultimately emerged as a one-off, this rebody could potentially solve the FF's stylistic shortcomings and attract more buyers, while retaining the 6.3-liter V12 engine that drives 651 prancing horses to all four wheels. But here's where it gets tricky: if Ferrari simply sloped the roofline and got rid of the rear seats, the finished product would end up precariously close to the F12 Berlinetta, albeit with an extra set of driven wheels.
We'd sooner guess that Maranello would lengthen the form slightly to keep the rear seats, add a trunk and give it a more graceful profile, though the elongated form of the preceding 612 Scaglietti strikes us as what Ferrari was trying to get away from with the FF in the first place. And guessing is as good as we've got at this point, as our attempts to get more from Ferrari PR resulted in a sad (if predictable) "no comment."

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RM Auctions is one of several houses holding auctions during the Monterey weekend, and Friday night's festivities got quite pricey. Seven-figure vehicles were not at all uncommon during the first day of the two-day event, with the 1953 Ferrari 375 MM Spider, seen above, crossing the block for $9,075,000.
Other big earners included a pair of rare Ferraris, a 1950 166 MM Barchetta and a 1955 750 Monza Spider, which took $3,080,000 and $4,070,000, respectively. Outside of the red Italians, a 1939 Mercedes-Benz 540K Special captured $7,480,000 while a stunning, color-appropriate 1955 Jaguar D-Type took $3,850,000. We've got images of these vehicles, and a few other stunning examples of last night's auction, in the gallery above.
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We've got to say: we're really enjoying the MotorWeek incarnation of this Throwback Thursday trend that seems to be enveloping everyone's social media feeds. MW has an almost impossibly deep library of historical tape to draw from, meaning each recent Thursday has met with another gem dropped on YouTube.
The last old-timer that drew our interest (and yours, based on all the comments) was a sports car showdown of epic, 1990s proportions. Today though, we've got one of the most legendary supercars of all time, the Ferrari F40, presented with the wholesome goodness that is John Davis' signature style. Any classic road test of the the F40 would probably earn our clicks, but this particular video comes with some added drama around the 5:10 mark.
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