'90 Mustang Conv. LX 7-UP 1 owner 22,000mi
In 1990 7-Up teamed up with Ford in a promotion to give away 30 7-Up Edition Ford Mustangs for the 1990 NCAA Basketball finals. Audience members would have to sink a shot from center court, to win the car. At the last minute, the promotion was scrapped, but the car was essentially ready for production. Ford went ahead and built the car, which is essentially a 1990 Mustang LX 5.0 Convertible, and sold it as a limited edition model, with no mention of 7-Up. But the looks of the car make the relationship clear, with Deep Emerald Green Clearcoat paint, white leather interior, and white canvas top (trademark 7-Up colors) and Mustang GT alloys.
Ford had intended to build a total of 5,000 of the ’7-Up’ cars, but stopped at 4,103. Of those, 1,360 were 5-speed manuals, the remaining 2,743 were equipped with an automatic. Supposedly, 261 cars were exported.
I've had this car since new. It's been driven and maintained with the vision of having an original owner survivor as a show car in my retirement. Besides local shows it's been in the 30th, 35th, & 40th anniversary MCA shows. After having it at SAAC 26 in Charlotte I realized lawn chairs on the show field is not my thing, the track is where I wanted to be. This car is driven occasionally but I think its time for me to let it go.
This car is all original and in perfect condition with 22,000 miles. The paint is perfect with no dents, dings or scratches. The interior has been maintained with Lexol products and is in as new condition. I have the original window sticker in perfect condition (never installed by the dealer) and the front license plate bracket (never installed because I didn't want the dealer to put holes in the bumper). I also have the original battery which is dead but it looks new. The original tires and wheels are perfect with less than 10,000 miles on them. I'm including a perfect set of 5 star wheels with Michelin tires for driving around. The front struts are the only item on this car that was ever replaced because they got stiff. The originals will go with the car. Everything works including the A/C and it's still R12. It runs, drives and looks like a new car.
I'm asking $15,000, Below is a link to the pics, Thanks.