• Well, the Foxes have started to rise, so this creampuff, ragtop, 5-speed, with leather is pretty close to the top of the heap. $9K may look cheap in a few years.

  • Agreed. These do seem to have started to climb. Dig lights as well, but not so much the center grill.. although they did change it for the better (IMO) for 85-86. My first was an '86 GT and loved that car. Something about the stock 10-hole wheels brings back memories. Hard to beat that generations 5.0 exhaust note with a set of two-chamber Flowmaster mufflers.

    • Oh man, I wish I still had it. It has long been sold and that's an old pic. I had it for a while though and never had a problem with it. I actually got a 2-page spread done on the car in Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords in the early 90's, after I had the ECU converted to Mass Air + did the full Ford Motorsport SVO engine kit on it, etc. I had entered into the Street Car Shoot Out at Houston Raceway Park and the Editor of the mag was there and shot the car. Of course, I bought multiple copies of the mag when it came out… then when I broke up with my ex-girlfriend she trashed them without my knowledge…. still pissed about that………….

  • Sorry to burst everyone's bubble. Not a creampuff. The red flag is "WITH ONLY 34K MILE"… with a five digit odometer, more likely TWO HUNDRED 34K mile! (or 348K miles). Never assume seller is telling the truth. I made the same mistake with a "creampuff" Crown Vic: after I bought it, found an oil sticker in the door, which showed the odometer had flipped over ten years earlier!

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