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Clean Convertible: 1992 Ford Mustang LX

Is there a car you never tire of seeing pictures of? For me, it’s a clean Fox body Mustang. I’m not sure what it is, but scoping out bone-stock survivors like this 1992 Mustang LX convertible will never be a chore for me. The seller has chosen to list their Mustang here on Barn Finds Classifieds with the description noting it’s a two-owner car that wears just 76,127 miles. The asking price is $13,995.

There’s nothing particularly complicated about a Fox body Mustang. It’s hardly an exotic. And let’s face it, they made a lot of them, in seemingly every spec possible. Four cylinders, six cylinders, manuals and automatics – there’s no shortage of cars to choose from. They also took well to modifications, which is why so many V8 cars end up with exhaust systems and cold air intakes. That being said, it seems the best reason why these cars are so tempting is because it’s somewhat tricky to find one like this that ticks all the boxes.

It’s bone-stock with the 5.0L V8. The cosmetics are excellent, certainly appearing to be far fresher than its odometer would suggest. The Mustang has clearly been loved, as any car with mileage over 50,000 can begin looking rough if not treated well. Presumably, it has been in the Pompano Beach area for some time, as its rust-free condition is not typically associated with a northern state. Of course, it’s very possible this car belonged to a snow bird who kept the Mustang at their southern address. Regardless, it obviously benefits from some level of care.

The bucket seats are near flawless, along with the rest of the interior, which is no easy feat with over 70,000 miles on the clock. Brand new interiors can begin looking rough after a few missed appointments with a Dust Buster, so cars like this Mustang tend to catch our eye because it suggests that you’re buying it from a fastidious owner. The asking price is more than fair, in my opinion, for a clean Fox body with no modifications, so check out the full gallery of photos in the link above.


  1. GregM

    This will sell quickly….

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    • Fox Owner

      Wonder if that’s a respray though. My 91 LX convertible, white, has the black rub strips. I do like it though. If I ever paint mine that’s what I would do.

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  2. TomP

    My sister has the same car except red. It has a four cylinder engine with two coils and eight spark plugs.

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    • Stan

      MAXIMUM burn Tom. Atomize that fuel ⛽️ 🔥 😎

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  3. Tiger66

    “Presumably, it has been in the Pompano Beach area for some time, as its rust-free condition is not typically associated with a northern state. Of course, it’s very possible this car belonged to a snow bird who kept the Mustang at their southern address.”

    It actually spent its entire life in CA until May of this year when it was sold at auction and ended up at the dealer in FL. It’s in the Carfax report that’s in the ad. Also on eBay.

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  4. Bob_in_TN Bob_in_TN Member

    Always good to see clean unmodified Fox Bodies. Not low miles but has had good care. Price doesn’t seem out of line.

    Thanks Jeff.

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  5. CCFisher

    Clean, unmodified, and reasonably priced. I was very interested until I saw the automatic. 5-speed 5.0s are more desirable. It was true then, it’s true now.

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    • jwzg

      That AOD is a reliable transmission that, with a mild treatment by PA or Lentech, will make you forget anything you’ve ever known about automatics.

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    • Ray

      Given that this is a convertible, it gets the pass on the aod. The chassis flex on Fox drop tips is we’ll know….soooo… you’ll just be rollin’ in your five point oh with the ragtop down so my hair can blow ;)

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      • Ray

        Well known … damn autocorrect

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    • CCFisher

      Thanks for the input, guys, but having owned both 5-speed and AOD 5.0 Mustangs, there’s no way I’ll ever own another AOD example. That transmission sucks the life out of the car and there’s no amount of tinkering that can change that.

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  6. Steve

    Does NOT tick all the boxes, it’s one shy and I don’t even need to say what it’s missing. It’s obvious

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  7. Bama

    Had a 93 LX 4 cyl with the AOD automatic. Not a speed demon, but held its own for a 4 cyl, much better than the Mustang II we had years before. Worse things were the seats, some of the most uncomfortable bucket seats in any vehicle I’ve ever owned. Only thing just as bad was a 3rd Gen Firebird Formula, both had little back support and it felt like your butt hit the floor on every bump. I put a set of black GT taillights in mine, they really set the back end off. Sold it after a couple of years and bought a C4 Corvette, but that’s a story for another day…

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