The GT350 name was originally used on the Fastback Mustang from the first generation and it was put to pasture after the 1970 model year. However, for the 20th Anniversary of the Mustang, the product planners at Ford pulled out the GT350 name an put it on a 35 day production run (5261 cars). This new GT350 had no affiliation with Shelby, but it was only available in Oxford White and included 10 more horsepower from the carburetor fed 5.0 V8 (only the automatic transmission equipped version got fuel injection for whatever reason) and it included the TRX handling package. The original TRX metric sized 390mm wheels (I hope Ford fired whoever decided that was a good idea) and white paint are gone…and this thing is covered in a shade of fungus-infected-toenail beige ™. Despite the paint…and salvage title…I like it. Find this 1984 Ford Mustang GT350 5-Speed offered for $13,500 in Oakland, CA via craigslist.
It doesn’t matter what they call it…the Monterey Historics, the Rolex Motorsports Reunion, the Laguna Seca Monster Jam or the Bay Area Histrionics — this is the ultimate car show. It starts with the dirt parking lot, that is this ridiculous collection of million dollar exotics and classics parked on mole hits, and continues to […]
Find this 1984 Ford Mustang GT350 20th Anniversary with 61k miles here on eBay bidding for $6,500 reserve-not-met with $9,999 buy-it-now and a few hours to go, located in Smithtown, NJ.
Find this 1984 Ford Mustang GT350 here on eBay offered for $4,000 buy-it-now or make-offer located in Orlando, FL. From eBay listing: Item specifics Condition: Used Year: 1984 VIN (Vehicle Identification Number): 1fabp28m7ef173323 Mileage: 112,000 Interior Color: Red Make: Ford Number of Cylinders: 8 Model: Mustang Transmission: Manual Trim: white Body Type: Hatchback Engine: 5.0 […]