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1990 mustang LX 5.0 7up Edition Convertible

1990 Ford Mustang LX

Condition: Used
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
SubModel: LX
Type: Convertible
Trim: White
Year: 1990
Mileage: 115,234
VIN: 1FACP44EXLF161677
Color: Green
Engine: 5.0 H.O. L
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Safety: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Patchogue, New York, United States
Extras
Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
CD Player, Convertible
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Description for Ford Mustang 1990

CAR RUNS AND DRIVES WONDERFULLY
1990 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 Convertible - 7 UP Edition
5.0 L H.O. Motor
115K Original Miles
Tires in good shape
5 Speed manual T5 transmission
373 Rear
Steeda short throw shifter
Flowmaster exhaust
New alternator
New battery
New gas tank
New rear pinion seal
New convertible top (previous owner had wrong color installed, should be white)
Factory turbine wheels
Factory white interior
This car is a member of the Official 7up Mustang Club registry (the window sticker says so :))
Interior could use some work - seats should be reupholstered.
Should get the correct color top
History of the car (if anyone is interested)
Once upon a time, the 7-Up Bottling Company had a marketing idea--to give away 30 Mustang 5.0L LX convertibles, all painted Deep Emerald Green, in a "nothing but net" type contest at the 1990 National Collegiate Athletic Association (NCAA) basketball finals. If you qualified for the contest and could sink the ball from center court, you'd get to drive one of these Mustang convertibles home. However, at the 11th hour, the contest was canceled, leaving Ford with an unrealized concept.

At the same time, Mustang enthusiasts were bugging Ford for a 25th Anniversary model. As the end of 1989 loomed, Ford was feeling the pressure to celebrate the 25th, yet had nothing in the pipeline. A decision to stick "25th Anniversary" emblems on Mustang dashboards that year didn't impress anyone. About the time 7-Up canceled its college basketball giveaway, the Emerald Green paint was drying on two of the new convertibles at the Dearborn assembly plant. It was December of 1989.

Ford decided to take this adversity and turn it into prosperity. As it had done 20 years earlier with the failed American Raceways International pace car turned Twister Special Mach 1s and Torinos, Ford took the chloroformed 7-Up marketing effort and spun it into a sales stimulator of its own as the '90 Limited Edition Mustang convertible. Though Ford never really called this car a 25th Anniversary model, for better or worse, that's what it was. And that's the way enthusiasts treat this car today.

Technically, this is somewhat of a rare car and could be worth quite a bit of money with a little TLC.
Call with questions or to setup an appointment to sit in the passenger seat. Money gets a test drive.