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1988 Ford Mustang

The 1988 Ford Mustang was powered by either a 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine or a 225 horsepower V8 engine. Both engines could be fitted with either a five-speed manual gearbox or a four-speed automatic with overdrive. The Mustang was available as an LX or a GT.

The LX bodystyles included a notchback, hatchback or convertible. The GT had either a convertible or hatchback bodystyle.

For 1988, Ford produced 179,565 Mustangs, of which 71,890 were two-doors. 74,331 were hatchbacks and 33,344 were convertibles.


by Daniel Vaughan | Feb 2012

Related Reading : Ford Mustang History

The Mustang was introduced at the 1965 New York Worlds Fair, Mustang Mania instantly swept the country, and a new automotive market segment was created - the 22 or better known as the ponycar. Though its mechanical underpinnings descended from the Falcon, the Mustang was completely different. It was a compact, tight, clean package weighing in at a modest 2,550 pounds - a departure from the ever-enlarging....
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Related Reading : Ford Mustang History

The Ford Mustang first appeared in 1964 and was immediately popular for its style and its capabilities. The largest engine offering of the time was the 289 V-8 K-code small block engine which was sufficient but enthusiasts wanted and demanded more power. The base engine was a six-cylinder power plant. The body style configurations included coupe, convertible and fastback. In its first year of....
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A pillar of American automotive lore, the Mustang is the vehicle the brought sporting dash and styling at a price that almost everyone could afford. Always extraordinarily attractive, the Mustang has been capturing the hearts of drivers for nearly 40 years. Introducing a whole new breed of automobile, the pony car, Ford wasnt content to stand on the sidelines while others jumped ahead. Rather than....
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1988 Vehicle Profiles

1988 Ford Mustang vehicle information

GT Convertible

Chassis Num: 1FABP45EXJF108145

This fox-platform, third-generation Ford Mustang GT Convertible is an unrestored example that has been stored in a climate-controlled environment since it left the factory in a triple-white color combination. It was in the care of a single Washington....[continue reading]

GT Convertible
Chassis #: 1FABP45EXJF108145 


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