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3k-Mile 1992 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 Summer Edition 5-Speed

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3k-Mile 1992 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 Summer Edition 5-Speed

Highest Bid: $15,500 (USD) by: Superfat95

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Scottsdale, Arizona


3,200 (Mi)

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5.0 litre V-8


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Vehicle Story

This 1992 Ford Mustang LX Summer Edition is finished in Performance Red over white leather interior and is powered by a 5.0-liter V8 paired with a 5-speed manual transmission, with 3k original miles. Equipment includes a power-retractable white convertible top, edition-specific decklid spoiler, and color-keyed bodyside molding. The car was initially sold in North Carolina, spent time in Ohio and California, and is now being offered with a CARFAX report and a clean Arizona title in the seller’s name.

The car is finished in Vibrant red as part of the Summer Edition package, which also included the white convertible top. Two areas have been touched up according to the seller: the driver side rocker panel and a chip on the front of the hood which was professionally repaired. and also noted on the CARFAX report. The white power top is said to be in good working order and the glass rear window is free of any fading or cracking. Additional exterior equipment includes color-matched dual electric remote mirrors and trunk lid spoiler.

Factory 16” white 5-spoke wheels were part of the Summer Edition package. They are wrapped in Z-rated 225-55-16 Goodyear Eagle tires dated 2008. According to the accompanying Marti Report documentation, the car is equipped with Ford’s 3:08 “Traction Lok” rear axle.

The interior is fitted with black carpeting and white leather seats with black contrast piping. The driver seat is powered and 4-way adjustable. The car is equipped with air conditioning, power windows, and a factory AM/FM cassette radio with graphic equalizer. Available options include the Convenience Group, Power Lock Group, and Light Group.

Instrumentation includes a 140-mph speedometer, and a tachometer with a 6,000-rpm redline. The seller indicates that service records are available back to new. The six-digit odometer reads 3,200 miles, about 100 of which have been added by the seller over the past year.

The 5.0-liter 302-ci V8 “High Output” engine was factory rated at 225 horsepower and 300 lb-ft of torque. The car is said to be completely original from a mechanically according to the seller, with exception of the tires, battery, and fluids. The seller indicates that everything works and an oil change has been performed recently.

The 5-speed manual transmission provides power to the rear wheels. Additional photos showing the underside are provided in the gallery.

The sale includes four keys, factory literature, service records, owners manual, audio system demonstration cassette tape, operating guide for the sound system, and a warranty booklet. The CARFAX shows a minor incident in 2003, and dealership service history in Ohio before the car moved to California in 2016. This LX Special Edition passed California emissions in March 2020. There were only 2,193 Summer Special Edition Mustangs produced for the 1992 model year, 1,722 of which came equipped with a manual transmission

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September 30, 2020
11:31 AM

September 30, 2020
11:30 AM

I lowered the reserve by $1000.

September 30, 2020
11:30 AM

September 28, 2020
03:13 PM

@TommyParker23 – Any idea or approximate cost of transport to Fayetteville, NC? ...

My zip code in Scottsdale is 85254. You can contact any shipper and get an estimate. Reliable Carriers have a warehouse in town so they can usually pick it up fairly fast. I have plenty of room in my garage to store it until it gets picked up.

September 23, 2020
07:22 AM

The auction was extended due to site problems Autohunters had .

September 22, 2020
02:00 PM

This Mustang was photographed last month by Hemmings Motor News to be used in a future buyers guide article.

September 20, 2020
01:12 PM

The Mustang went through a few collectors over the years. The only reason I'm selling is that we just decided to retire in Hawaii so I'm selling most of my cars. I've been restoring concours cars for over 40 years and my painter and I could not find any paint work on the car other then a noticeable touch up on the drivers rocker panel which I had redone along with a paint chip on the front of the hood. The car runs like a champ. The AC blows cold and everything else works perfectly.

September 20, 2020
11:37 AM

Hey buddy, Did you ever find out why the car was sold or flipped so many times? Is there anything that you can say about the way it runs or mechanically how well the car has held up? Also it mentioned one minor accident not much to see on the pics. Do you notice with the eye if there was major cosmetic or structural? Thanks, Rob

September 16, 2020
11:29 AM

Any idea or approximate cost of transport to Fayetteville, NC?

September 12, 2020
09:33 AM

@Cardude – I have room in my garage to store the car until it can be picked up by a transporter. Reliable Carriers has a warehouse in town so they can get the car picked up fairly quick. ...

Many thanks!

September 11, 2020
12:52 PM

I have room in my garage to store the car until it can be picked up by a transporter. Reliable Carriers has a warehouse in town so they can get the car picked up fairly quick.

September 11, 2020
08:10 AM

Can you help me arrange shipping to Campbellsville Kentucky at my cost should I end up as the high bidder?

September 09, 2020
04:17 PM

Wow, 3k original miles is pretty impressive. I've always liked the sleek lines of the LX. The undercarriage is pretty cool to see in such clean and original condition. The black accents on the white seats look pretty cool too. GLWA!