How much is a 1989 Ford Mustang worth?

How much is a 1989 Ford Mustang worth?

1989 Ford Mustang Retail Prices

Trim MSRP CarGurus Instant Market Value
GT Convertible RWD $17,886 N/A
GT Hatchback RWD $13,646 $14,462
LX 5.0L Convertible RWD $17,375 $14,013
LX 5.0L Coupe RWD $11,784 N/A

Is a 1989 Mustang a Fox body?

The third-generation Mustang was produced by Ford from 1978 until 1993. Being built on Ford’s Fox platform, it is commonly referred to as the Fox body Mustang.

How much horsepower does a 1989 GT Mustang have?

Engine Specs

Engine Name & Year Power (hp @ RPM)
1989 – 140 Lima Inline 4 Engine (2.3 L) 90 hp @ 3800 RPM
1989 – 302 H.O V8 (5.0 L) 225 hp @ 4200 RPM

What was the best year for Mustangs?

What is the best model year of Mustang? 1966 was the best year for the Mustang, when Ford sold no fewer than 607,500 units. That’s more than the sales of the sixth-generation Mustang (2014 to 2020) combined. 1965 was almost as good with 559,500 units delivered.

How much horsepower can a 5.0 handle?

Like the old 5.0L pushrod V8, numbers vary all over the place. However, the general consensus is the new Coyote can live comfortable and reliably at 750 crank horsepower.

How much horsepower can you get out of a 5.0 Mustang?

5.0-liter V8 with 460 horsepower and 420 pound-feet of torque.

Why is it called Fox Body Mustang?

Why is it called a Fox Body? But, it’s called a Fox Body because it’s on the Ford Fox platform. Ford designed the Fox platform as a unibody chassis and used it across a wide range of Ford/Lincoln/Mercury vehicles. Ford’s main objective with the Fox platform was to downsize the massive cars they made in the ’70s.