1987 Ford Mustang Overview


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GT Convertible
Avg. Price: $7,158
3 national listings
LX Convertible
6 national listings
LX Coupe
5 national listings

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4.35 stars

Based on 41 reviews

This Car Gives You It's All, All The Time. Great Platform That Has A Lot Of by Randori
 — The 5.0 may seem weak on paper but let me assure you, the car goes. Stock the car will get you to 60 MPH in less than 6 seconds, with just a few tweaks (many can be done without buying anything,) you... Read More
A Great Machine by shilterbran
 — In the 80's I owned a new 89 GT hatchback. What an awsome car. It was fast handled great, and was a chick magnet. Unfortunatly I was young, and I tore it to pieces. I then purchased a used 87 Gt, also... Read More
A True American Muscle Car by brianfox
 — I bought this vehicle brand new in 1987,I have 23k(original miles),I have many modifications-347ci engine,w/trick flow heads,paxton 8-10 lb supercharger,tko 500(5spd)tranny,4:10 rear,many other mods..... Read More

1987 Ford Mustang Overview

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Based on 41 reviews

1987 Ford Mustang

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


Ford Mustang 1987 Lx 5.0, Where Is The Fuel Pump Relay?

Mustang 1987 LX 5.0 liters, where is the fuel pump relay

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Leonard Fleming

I Have A 1987 Foxbodymustang And Now When I Start It, It Chucks A Crap Load...

I was going down the street and the RPMs started dropping. I didn't know what happened so what I did was I floored it and I held the ignition for a very long time, and it was hard but it eventua...

10 views with 2 answers (last answer about a month ago)
Tyler Payton

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?

21 views with 3 answers (last answer 3 months ago)

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.

24 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 months ago)

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...

21 views with 1 answer (last answer 4 months ago)