This 7-up car looks to be in excellent condition. Paint looks good. Interior looks good. Mileage is reasonable. Plus, it has a manual transmission which is the best way to have this car. Get this and give it the garage it deserves.
What could be better than a low mileage yellow feature car with white interior and a manual transmission? The only red flag I see is that on the car fax there is a report of 177k miles from 6 years ago by an independent service place. Maybe this is an error. Everything else but the stereo looks to be stock. Underhood and interior look great as you’d expect with this low mileage. This might be worth a look if you want this combo of color and transmission.
This clean looking feature car has some reasonable bolt on mods as listed by the seller in the description. It comes from a long time owner of 20+ years. This, coupled with low miles and the manual transmission make this a desirable car. I always thought the Cobra R’s looked good on these.
Original owner cars are hard to find. This is one and one with both a manual and relatively low miles! The car is said to be in pristine condition. I think it needs a good detail to get this car to show that. Otherwise, it deserves a solid look. The only issue I see here is the price..
Beaumont, TX ~ 8,700 miles ~ Manual ~ $23,500. This listing on Hemmings is sooooo bad I wouldn’t ordinarily post it but I do think this car should get some notice. Very low miles combined with a manual transmission and what looks like excellent condition are the highlights here. The exhaust appears aftermarket and it’s not shared what the underhood situation is. Take a look at this listing. There are a lot of lessons here on how not to list your car for sale. But seriously, despite the bad lighting and bad photos, I think this car is a gem.
Like new 7-up car. Everything looks near perfect down to the non sagging map pockets. It even still has period correct Goodyear gatorbacks which could be original. This is a good one to show or put away to preserve this piece of history.
Nice low miles on this one. The paint leaves a little to be desired but should look great after a proper detailing. Some mods not mentioned in the listing are an aftermarket exhaust and center console. Otherwise, this looks stock. It will be interesting to see how this does on Cars and Bids.
This looks like a really clean feature car. The car has some mods which are pretty typical for these cars and nothing crazy. The original hood is still in the possession of the seller. It doesn’t say if it is included in the sale. This looks like a great car for a reasonable price.
There are not many details on this craigslist ad but from, what is there, this looks like a nice one. Mileage is relatively low and it’s a 5 speed. It has the factory stereo and the underhood shot doesn’t reveal any mods. The paint shines pretty nice.f
Super rare SAAC Snake. Personally, I’ve always loved the stripe down the side of these. This one happens to be a feature car. This price for a regular 2k mile feature car doesn’t seem that bad nevermind a car with this heritage. Obviously, I’m going to nitpick this one because that’s what I do. Look at the swirled and spotted reflections on that trunk and the amount of dust underhood. This car was not detailed for this sale. Yikes. It also makes me feel good about my slightly yellowed armrests. All this aside, this seems like a really great opportunity to pick up this rare beauty and make it next level nice.
First question, what the heck is up with that sticker on the hood? Worse than thinking about what shadowing might be left on the paint if it comes off is that it appears off center. Take the head-on picture and draw a line from the center of the blue oval to the mirror mount. Off center. Beyond that, who can’t love a 3k mile manual feature car! Factory equalizer. Looks mint. The pictures on eBay are crap. I’ll include a link to the car listed on the dealer site where they are a little better.
Wow. This one is stunning. Even the underside shines. Everything looks flawless on this low mileage canary yellow feature car. It looks to include some of the original tags that would have been on the car at delivery. Original floor mats and even the correct valve stem caps. If I have to find one flaw it’s the Ford Motorsport splash guards screwed into the body. And, I love these things and even have them on my ‘93. Must be a decision that was made long ago. Keep them on it when you buy this car.
The price might be a bit optimistic. It does have a 5 speed! Could be a great one to drive around this summer. Seller states that it was recently detailed. Underhood and interior do not appear to have gotten any attention, though. That driver’s seat, yikes. You can make this one special with some elbow grease.
The seller states that this 1992 feature car is mostly stock having gears, a Flowmaster exhaust and an aftermarket stereo on the list of mods. The interior is redone as well as the top. The original paint looks in need of some polishing judging from the pics. It’s been driven very little in recent years. Buy it and drive it.
Beautiful car, just be ready to pay some $$$. This low mileage example of a 7up car looks mint. That’s true for both inside and outside. The seller states that it’s fun to drive but I don’t think the new owner will drive it that much.
Here’s one on eBay that looks really nice. Running on Goodyear gatorbacks, this looks entirely stock. The paint looks good. I don’t know if the marks are water spots or more serious defects. A good detailing would go a long way on this car. Interior looks very good as well as underhood is looking pristine.
A nice looking example of a manual feature car. It looks good inside and out. Of note is the factory equalizer which you don’t see that often. There is an aftermarket trunk mounted CD player. The interior looks mint but I don’t think I’ve seen map pockets sag that bad; on both sides, no less. Original exhaust looks to be in place. Dealer pricing seems to be in effect $$$.
Rare, yellow on white Feature car with manual transmission. This one is at a Toyota dealer. Maybe it was traded in on a Prius? Looks to be in great condition inside and out. Leather looks great. The engine compartment looks just like it came from the factory. A Motorcraft battery means the previously owner liked to keep it that way. Factory stereo still installed.
or sale by original owner. Just that alone seems uncommon on these cars today. The car has been repainted and shines nicely. Top and seats have been “restored” recently which I take means “replaced”. The transmission is a manual. ‘Nuff said.
This one’s an eBay reserve auction with a BIN. Not that far from stock, this nicely maintained car has Flowmaster exhaust, sub frame connectors, a strut tower brace and an aftermarket air filter. It looks clean and just like you’d expect on a car with lower mileage. The cars comes with a good amount of documentation.
This looks like a nice one. Relatively low miles. Manual transmission. Looks to be in nice shape inside and out. Under the hood is detailed as well. The seller notes that the top should be replaced. There are no pictures of it but my guess, based on him stating that he never takes it out in the rain, is that the top stays folded all the time. Buy this, replace the top and park it with the top up!
I was at first super excited to see this listing. Great paint really shines and looks pretty swirl free. Great interior with some of the factory wrapping still on the carpets, factory stereo, little to no wear on the leather. Underhood, it’s super clean. But then I saw the undercarriage. I can forgive the aftermarket exhaust, it’s the rust that causes me to pause. This is a lot of rust for this mileage. A lot. The car also appears to be under coated. Give these things, I bet there is a lot of negotiating room in that price. Even though it’s advertised as a time capsule, this is not one to store away. Buy it, show it, drive it. .
C’mon, when you list a car, you’ve got to list the mileage! This looks like a nice car that, given this condition, should have low mileage. Under the hood, this looks close to, if not entirely stock. Ignition wires look like year coded originals. VIN labels ✔️. No front license plate bracket is always nice. Also, please don’t use those map pockets! They sag without anything in them. That owners manual is killing me.
When I think of a copart car, this is not what I think of. This looks to have only minimal damage and that being to the front bumper cover. It’s dirty, no doubt, but should clean up well. I see VIN labels where they should be. Interior looks pretty nice. Under the hood it looks stock.
**SUMMER EDITION** 1 OWNER** EXTREMELY LOW MILES* NO MODIFICATIONS* ORIGINAL MISSOURI TITLE* 5 SPEED MANUAL* LEATHER* CHROME WHEELS* REAR SPOLER* DUAL EXAUST*,..POWERED BY A 5.0L 8 CYL. ENGINE!!! ….
Rare 5.0L LX Convertible Feature Car, 1 of 113 Yellow, White Top, White Interior, 5 Speed Manual, Power Windows and Locks, Chrome Pony Wheels, Original Paint, Adult Owned, Cruise Control, Stock Car, No Modifications, Excellent Condition, Fully Serviced
Mustang LX 5.0, Limited addition is finished in a vibrant red with white leather it features a five speed manual transmission (new clutch 4/18/2019) power steering, breaks, windows and top. The engine, suspension and exhaust have been upgraded. The interior features a four way power seat with lower lumbar support. It is fast light and adult driven (rarely) 300 +hp. Mild cam, Headers and X back exhaust. Includes new convertible top, boot and pouch. I know what this car is worth. I bought it at Barrett Jackson auto on Palm Beach. I have all paper and titled in Florida in hand.
1993 yellow convertible mustang runs good1
cylinders: 8 cylinders
paint color: yellow
title status: clean
1990 Ford Mustang Convertible. “7up” Limited Edition 25th Anniversary. 5-speed manual transmission. Dark Emerald Green. 102,447 miles. Ford originally planned on producing 30 of these for a promotional give away at the 1990 NCAA Basketball Finals and was cancelled at the last minute so Ford decide to produce a limited amount of these vehicles. Only 4,103 were produced and this is 1 of only 1,360 manual transmissions that were built. This car came standard with a 5.0 liter 225 H.P. V-8 engine, handling suspension, power brakes, deck lid storage rack, power windows, power locks, air conditioning, tinted glass, intermittent wipers, power steering, tilt adjustable steering wheel, Traction-Lok axle, white power convertible top, white convertible boot, dual body colored electric remote mirrors, leather wrapped steering wheel, articulated white leather sports seats, light group and halogen headlamps. The previous owner added a new convertible top and convertible boot, new tires, Flowmaster exhaust system and a custom car cover. Last year a new clutch, flywheel, throw out bearing, output shaft seal, rear main seal were professionally installed. Also, new window motors were installed. The car runs and drives great, top functions properly. The motor and transmission are stock and original. The Car has been stored inside and never driven in the rain since I have owned it. We have used this car for weekend cruising and taken it to car shows.
Paint looks good on this car. Interior might have more wear than you’d like on this mileage. Side bolster of driver’s seat looks worn through. While it’s listed as having an automatic, this car clearly has a manual. Another plus is that the car has the factory am/fm cassette. Be sure to check the mileage against car fax. And, look for signs of a repaint on this one. Pic of engine compartment doesn’t show the VIN labels. This car is at a Mazda dealer who also has a 1993 yellow feature car with low miles. Go figure.
This is a 100% original, low mileage (38,800) 5.0 5-speed Special Edition Fox body Mustang LX convertible. It is 1 of 4106 Special Edition “7-Up” Mustangs produced, and is 1 of only 1360 5-speed examples. It is also rare in that it is 100% stock original, with ZERO modifications, down to the original plugs, wires, and distributor cover. Beautiful deep emerald green metallic body with no paintwork ever, and all VIN stickers are present and accounted for. The white leather interior is showroom new, with virtually no wear present, down to the original floor mats. The white power top is original and in perfect condition–no rips, tears, wear issues, or stains. Works perfectly. The car runs and drives absolutely as new, and everything works. The 5 speed shifts like butter, and the clutch is smooth and even. Very slight wear overall as indicative of any 30 year old vehicle with these miles. Newer Dunlop performance tires on original scuff-free factory aluminum wheels. No disappointments. These low mile original Special Editions (esp in 5-speed) are the 90s collectibles Gen-X is searching for. Clean and clear title! Spring is here.
For sale is a 1990 LX Mustang Convertible with 64k miles.
Car is in excellent shape with no rust.
Features include: manual transmission, new top, flow master exhaust, shorty headers, 3:55 gears, chrome pony wheels, aftermarket radio, HID headlamps, new brass radiator and more.
This summer edition mustang has been parked in a barn since 2002. Before that it was a weekend cruiser. It is only driven once or twice a month now. This is the Yellow car with white top and interior. Everything on this car is original except the stereo (original included in sale) and the radiator (original included in sale). Although there were 1500 yellow summer editions produced only 113 had the 5 speed transmission. The car was purchased for my wife in Hawaii from a Ford dealer who took it in trade from the original owner. All the summer edition cars were fully optioned. It has always been run with synthetic oil and premium fuel. The low mileage is original.
Last year 2 of these summer edition cars with 8000 miles on the clock went through Barrett Jackson and each brought close to $40000. We are in the process of moving and will no longer have room to store the Mustang. The photo is just for those of you that don’t know what a yellow summer edition Fox body mustang looks like. Serious buyers will actually take the time to come and see it.
If you don’t know what these cars look like google 93 yellow summer edition Mustang. Buy it to enjoy or as an investment. The price of nice fox bodies is going up rapidly.
1993 Special Edition (Chrome Yellow) There were 1500 of these made and only 147 were 5-speeds, this one is s 5-speed. The mustang has only been driven 22,227 miles. Everything works, A/C is still R12. Factory extra: power driver seat and AM/FM/CD. Stock except for following mods that I installed 20 years ago: five lug conversion, real Ford chrome Cobra R wheels, Pro 5.0 shifter, Eibach pro springs, BBK shortie headers and X-pipe with Mac catback. This car is immaculate.
Not interested in trading except for 93 Cobra, 65/66 Mustang fastback, or maybe 65/66 GT coupe (has be nice cars).
Triple white Convertible limited edition feature car 1-1500 survivor original paint. 2 owner car stayed in Florida garage kept till 2005 and has been garaged kept in MD since. 37,000 pampered miles 5spd manual. I have done a few things to the car. New radio, Xpipe and cat delete. Chipped bigger gears in the rear the stock gears are 272. New headers and air box delete. Had new tires put on in 2017. I also had a great expense all the door window gears and motors replaced this is a common issue in this car cheap plastic was used. I have owners manual bill of sale from original purchase etc. I have kept all the old parts including exhaust. The top is original and very nice no tears. I have the original parade boot which is in great condition and also a brand new in box oem prarade boot. Paint is very nice factory paint no door dings or dents no accidents some small chips on lower panels but were touched up.