differance between lx and gt

Asked by Oct 06, 2012 at 12:36 AM about the 1988 Ford Mustang LX Convertible

Question type: General

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lx was either a coupe (notchback) or a hatchback car without the ground effects on a gt. The lx was also offered with the 2.3 four cylinder and the 5.0 v8 but the gt was only offered with the v8. If you found a lx coupe car with an original 5.0 v8 then you have found a hard to come by car as most of the coupes were 4 cylinders

295

Zach is correct but to add to your question the differences he outlined would apply mainly to the 1987 thru 1993 foxbody modle Mustangs. If you find a coupe with an original V-8 and it's in good condition snap it up fast!

395

Engine, torque,price

3,045

and not only that but a 5.0 lx is also lighter than a gt, hebnce quicker

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