Video - 1988 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 Convertible--Test Drive Video with Chris Moran 2012


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1988 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 Convertible--Test Drive Video with Chris Moran 2012

An AMAZING 1988 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 Convertible from our friends at the Webb Auto Group. Presented by Chris Moran. Not wanting to change a good thing, Ford resumed GT production with no major changes for 1988. Proving its popularity, late model GT production hit its highest mark in 1988 with 68468 units produced (an increase of 20929 units over 1987!). The sequential electronic fuel injection 5.0L HO engine continued with its 60mm throttle body, tuned length aluminum intake plenum, 19 lb-hr injectors, E7TE truck heads, roller lifter cam, remote low-restriction air cleaner, and EEC-IV electronics system. Of course, the standard GT handling package was retained including progressive rate springs, 1.3 inch front anti-sway bar, 0.83 inch rear anti-sway bar, gas pressurized struts with rear quadra-shocks and 15x7 inch wheels with uni-directional Goodyear Gatorbacks. This, along with the GT's stainless steel exhausts teamed up with stainless steel tubular headers and 10.84-inch front brakes, proved to be such a great performance combination that Ford continued GT production virtually unchanged through the end of 1993. The only major mechanical change for 1988 (for California cars only) was the addition of a mass airflow sensor for fuel metering which replaced the speed density system found on all other GT's. Externally, the GT (available in both hatchback and convertible models) remained the same, sporting the new "aero" look from 1987 with flush-fitting headlamps, aerodynamic ...

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