BF Auction: 1990 Ford Mustang 7-UP Edition

Asking: $15,500Make Offer

  • Seller: Timothy O wens
  • Location: Las Vegas, NV
  • Mileage: 69458 Shown
  • Chassis #: 1FACP44E2LF158241
  • Title Status: Clean

You don’t have to be a fan of 7-Up to appreciate this Foxbody Mustang! It’s one of the few special-edition 7-Up Mustangs built and is in fantastic condition. It’s currently showing 69k miles and is located in Las Vegas, Nevada. The seller has enjoyed this beauty, but the time has come to let someone else take over. It’s being offered exclusively here as a Barn Finds Auction.

The 7-Up Mustang was meant to be a promotion for the 1990 NCAA Basketball finals. Just 30 examples would be built and given away at games. At the last second, the deal was canceled, and Ford was left with two green Mustangs. Rather than let all the development go to waste, it was decided to build 5k more but market them as an unofficial 25th-anniversary car. Just 4,103 were built, with just 2,477 equipped with an automatic transmission like this one.

All 7-Up Mustangs feature Deep Emerald Green paint, a white leather interior, a white convertible top, and the GT’s aluminum wheels. As you can see, this example’s interior presents well. It could use a deep cleaning, but there aren’t any signs of significant wear, and it presents as a sub 70k-mile car should. The car also has cruise control, air conditioning, and a premium sound system.

Power comes from the car’s original 5.0-liter V8. The engine bay looks tidy, and the seller claims that the car runs and drives as it should. Most surprising, though, is that this car has not been modified. So many of these cars were hot-rodded and customized that it can be hard to find a nice original example like this. Be sure to review all the photos in the gallery before placing your bids below.

Bid On This Auction

High Bid: $9,000 (Reserve Not Met)
Make An Offer
Ended: Apr 25, 2024 11:00am MDT
High Bidder: LesN
  • LesN bid $9,000.00  2024-04-24 19:19:39
  • Ronybony bid $8,500.00  2024-04-24 10:03:59
  • MitchR
    bid $8,000.00  2024-04-23 13:50:12
  • Ronybony bid $7,500.00  2024-04-22 12:21:15
  • MitchR bid $2,000.00  2024-04-22 10:12:33
  • Jethro
    bid $1,200.00  2024-04-21 23:41:12
  • Paul bid $700.00  2024-04-19 11:11:25
  • Louis
    Louie bid $200.00  2024-04-18 13:32:08

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  1. jimjim

    How long has seller owned this car?

    Like 1
  2. Louie

    Another 7 UP Mustang these things are popping up everywhere lately

    Like 6
  3. Brian

    “Few” Seven up editions? We seem to see about five here every week.

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    • Tiger66

      Fun fact: They made more of these than any other 1990 LX 5.0 convertible. Every other color of the ’90 5.0 LX vert has lower production numbers.

      Like 1
  4. Ronald Amon

    The way 7UP should be. No High Fructose Corn Syrup. Bring it back with real sugar.

    Like 2
    • Danno

      Bought a “Stewart’s” Cream Soda the other day, specifically because it said it was made with cane sugar. Cost a bit more, but it really makes the taste crisp.

      Like 1
  5. PRA4SNW PRA4SNWMember

    Are we no longer allowed to Watch BF auctions? When I try to sign up, it says that my email appears to be spam.

    Like 1
    • Yblocker

      Nothing wrong with a good Spam sandwich

      Like 2
      • PRA4SNW PRA4SNWMember

        It’s not as tasty as I remember it.

        Like 1
  6. Terrry

    Everytime I hear or read “Foxbody” Mustang, I think antiquated Ford Fairmont platform. And really, it was. They didn’t change to an independent suspension platform on the Mustang until what, 2016?

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    • Yblocker

      Macpherson strut suspension was “antiquated”? Ok lol

      Like 2
    • Greenhorn

      There’s nothing wrong with something old. I’d rather, with few exceptions, drive something for the 60’s than today.

      Like 1
  7. Marques Dean

    Every time I hear about a 7UP Mustang I’m going to be thinking about those commercials with Orlando Jones!!
    “Make 7-Up Yours!!!”LMAO

    Like 0
  8. Mark TMember

    Is there any way to contact the seller?

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  9. Michael Berkemeier

    The owner is, absolutely, full of malarkey. In the pics he describes (on his list of information) that it is “1 of 23 built with a Traction-Lok axle”…LOLOLOLOL!!! Literally EVERY 5.0 GT and LX 5.0 built since the early ’80s came with a Traction-Lok (limited-slip) differential STANDARD.

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