i have a i985 mustang convert black gt 302 ho , i was told it was rare because it was the last of the carburetor, is there a web site that i can look up how many were made, i want to know if this will be a rare car someday?
This question in one form or another has come up quite a bit recently Pmarkm. Here's a sit with some production info on your 1985 vert. It says your stang has 15,110 close cousins (convertible produced that year) but I haven't found any sources for production numbers listed by engine. I can conform that your 302 was the last V8 in Mustangs with a carb although a 4 cylinder engine was offered with a carb a bit longer. If yours is dark sage in color I believe there were only 5 of those produced according to one site. Your car has some collectors value based on it's low production numbers no doubt, but that's rarely the first issue with most buyers. Here's the site I was referring to (http://bradbarnett.net/mustangs/timeline/79-86/85/index.htm) but for more infor I suggest you call Pat at Mid-Country Mustang in Uwchland, PA. The toll free number is 1-800-358-8081. The man knows his Mustangs and you should get an earful and have some fun too. Good luck!
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On the 85 GT Convertible, Please register your GT with the MustangGT.org. Also u can contact or join the 1985 Mustang GT Registry @(616)463-8325 (call between 7pm-10pm EST) Terry McCoy 4311 John Goff Rd. Waterliet, MI 49098 Also Kevin Marti from MartiAutoworks.com will have a complete breakdown on how many GT's were made with all options & Colors like the 67-73 Mustangs later this year. 85GT302 Medium Canyon Red Metallic CVT W/Grey Sports Seats 302CFI/AUTO
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