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1987 Ford Mustang Overview
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Based on 41 reviews
The 1987 Toyota Celica GT could hardly compete with the 1987 Ford Mustang. While not much changed with the engine of America's favorite pony car, the exterior received a complete revamping. New front and rear fascias added to the aerodynamic look that would remain with the Mustang throughout the late '80s and early '90s.
A 5.0-liter, HO V8 was the top-of-the-line engine for that year, giving the driver 225 horses at his or her disposal. The GT and Saleen trims were again among the most popular for the model year, with the popular "basket weave" wheels on the Saleen continuing to draw admiring glances on the street.
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Ford Mustang Questions
How Much Would A Stock 1987 Fox Body Gt With No Title Approximately Cost To...
From what I know the car is completely stock only problem is that the title is missing and i don't know how to go about obtaining a new one for it?
Why Can't I Find My Listing I Just Entered
How Much Is My 1987 Ford Mustang 5.0 Worth?
It is a convertible. Still runs great. Been in the family since I was a little kid. We only brought it out in the summer months for joy rides. Now has 187,000 miles on it. Manual shift.
Fuseable Link Between Ignition Switch And Solenoid Keeps Blowing. (yellow W...
This all happened when I attempted to replace the ignition switch. I unplugged my battery. Then installed the switch. When I went to start it I heard a pop and small amount of smoke came from und...
Starter Just Clicks
Battery fully charged just clicks when key is turned