1985 Ford Mustang GT "The Collector's GT" 22K Original Miles 100% Stock

Price: US $9,100.00 Item location: Greer, South Carolina, United States
  • Make: Ford
  • Model: Mustang
  • SubModel: GT
  • Type: Hatchback
  • Trim: GT
  • Year: 1985
  • Mileage: 22,241
  • VIN: 1FABP28M8FF240609
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: 5.0
  • Number of cylinders: 8
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: FWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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Description:

1985 Ford Mustang GT

1985 Ford Mustang GT

302 HO 4-Barrel Carburator

5 Speed

This is a Collector's Dream !!!

I am a Disabled Combat Veteran and must begin down-sizing

This GT is Absolutly Incredible..Drive's Like New

Then again with only 22,000 miles how could it not

Car was stored for about 20 years, I bought it from a Fellow Veteran

After it was taken out of storage, alot was done

Cleaned Fuel Tank, Blew and Cleaned Fuel Line's

New Fuel-Pump, New Fuel Line's to Carb.

Carburator was removed and Re-Built ( carb. Dipped and cleaned rebuilt w/Ford Perfomance Kit)

New Heater-Core, New Heater Hoses and New Waterpump, w/Ford fail-safe Thermostat

I've been Fortunate to have been around, and yes drive them for over 3 Decades,

and this is Truly a "Driver's Car"

If you Serious and have the Fund's for this GT, know it will Only Rise in Value

for those of you who know why the 85' 5.0 is "The One, well this next paragraph you Know !!

For 1985, the front end was restyled with a grille-less nose with a horizontal air intake slot. The Mustang GT received new E5AE cylinder heads, a revised Holley four-barrel carburetor, a new and more aggressive roller camshaft (only in models with the manual transmission), less restrictive exhaust manifolds, and a pseudo dual exhaust which brought more power to a conservatively rated 210 hp (157 kW) engine. The HP was Understated, many Dyno'd from 215 to almost 230 Bone-Stock.This would be the last carbureted V8 in the Mustang.

The '85 utilized gas struts, variable rate springs and a rear quad shock arrangement.The front anti-sway bar thickness increased to 1.3 inches from 1.125 inches and the rear anti-sway bar was bumped to 0.83 inches from 0.79 inches. In addition, new Goodyear P225/60VR15 uni-directional Gatorbacks were mounted on new 15x7 inch wheels to match the suspension to the powerful engine. The transmission gear ratios were improved with a 3.35:1 first gear (lower than the 2.95:1 gear of 1984) in the new “World Class” T-5 and a short-throw shifter helped quicken gear selection. Axle ratios in ‘85 were 2.73:1 (standard) and 3.08:1 (optional) for the 5-speed

Don't Pass up an Opprtunity like this one... I watched a Red 85' GT one go one day..

On Nov-23-16 at 13:02:50 PST, seller added the following information:

I Bought this GT from the Original Owner, he moved from M.D. to S.C. I have Pics of underside if needed, it was UnderCoated when New..I can't express how much an 85' Carburated GT Pulls So Hard when those Secondaries Open Up !! Collectable Grade..