I think that is the version with the white 5 star wheels, white top, white interior. They made them in White, and Red I know of, and maybe a few other colors.
I believe that it is known as the 7-up edition. Green with white interior. Not sure though
The 1992 "Performance Red Limited Edition 5.0L LX Convertible". It was actually a 1992-1/2 and was only available with white pony wheels, white leather interior, white top, and "Vibrant Red" exterior. Only 3,333 of them were produced. [IMG]http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii200/SpeedRacerOnline/Automotive/1992-halfFordMustangPerformanceRedL.jpg[/IMG] In 1993 there were 2 other limited edition 5.0L LX's (aside from the Cobra's). One had white pony wheels, white leather interior, white top, white spoiler, and "Oxford White" paint; 1,500 produced. The other had chrome pony wheels, yellow spoiler, either black top/black leather interior or white top, white leather interior, and yellow paint; 1,503 produced. (NOTE: the pics of the yellow ones have the wrong wheels...should be chrome pony wheels.) [IMG]http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii200/SpeedRacerOnline/Automotive/1993FordMustangConvertibleLX50-Brig.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii200/SpeedRacerOnline/Automotive/1993FordMustangConvertibleLXSpecial.jpg[/IMG] [IMG]http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii200/SpeedRacerOnline/Automotive/1993FordMustangConvertibleLX50-Trip.jpg[/IMG] The so-called "7-Up" edition was available in 1990. It was also a 5.0L LX with grey "turbine" wheels, white leather interior, white convertible top, and "Deep Emerald Green Clearcoat Metallic" paint. [IMG]http://i264.photobucket.com/albums/ii200/SpeedRacerOnline/Automotive/1990FordMustangConvertibleLX50Sport.jpg[/IMG] No limited edition in 1991.
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I am almost sure the green with the white top and interior was called the 7-up.
I heard that the 19921/2 red and white mustang conv.5.0 LX was called the "SUMMER EDITION" cars. I heard that there was over 1,200 auto and approx.790 5 speeds. can anyone varify?
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