1983-1986 Mustang Convertible

1983-1986 Mustang Convertible For the first time since 1973 there was going to be a Mustang convertible.  Ford outsourced the convertible to Cars & Concepts, which received coupes from the factory and returned them as convertibles. For performance fans there was also welcome news in 1983; true horsepower was returning to the Mustang.  The popular 5.0L V-8 engine was an option again from the previous year, but now with a 4 bbl carb producing a remarkable 175 hp--the most available since 1973.

One of the unique aspects of the Mustang convertibles were the variety of different colors to choose from. These colors were Black, Bright Bittersweet, Bright Red, Dark Academy, Blue Metallic, Dark Walnut, Metallic Desert, Tan Glow, Light Academy Blue Glow, Light Desert Tan, Medium Charcoal, Metallic Medium, Yellow Midnight, Blue Metallic, Polar White, Red and Silver Metallic. For the first time ever the Mustang would grace the Ford blue oval. To most people 1983 brought the first facelift for the new breed of that generation Mustangs. Unlike like many other companies ragtops during the time the convertibles Mustang’s top was engineered in-house and mostly built at the factory. This led to over 23,000 people buying their own Mustang Convertible in 1983. To most a GT convertible seemed inevitable and still today is being manufactured in the United States.

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1983 Ford Mustang  '83 5.0 Mustang convertible 5 speed
1983 Ford Mustang '83 5.0 Mustang convertible 5 speed
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1986 Ford Mustang  1986 mustang Gt convertible
1986 Ford Mustang 1986 mustang Gt convertible
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