how many 1985 mustang gt convert were made

Asked by Jan 18, 2007 at 02:06 PM about the 1985 Ford Mustang GT

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Hi pmarkum ... This is the second time I have been asked this this week! Here's my answer to the last guy ...Hope it helps! "What color is it and what was the engine? Sounds like, from I can find that lower production numbers on this vintage make them good collectors cars. For example this quote from musclemustangfastford.com: "The same can be said of the [85] LX/GT convertible. It had all the features of the hatchback, but lower production. For example, production figures show that only 35 5-liter Dark Sage cars were built, clearly a winner for those who like the uncommon--if you can find one." ... This site (http://bradbarnett.net/mustangs/timeline/79-86/85/index.htm) says that 15,110 convertables were produced overall in 1985. Hope that helps Stanger!"

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