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1991 Ford Mustang GT Held on to Their Goodyears

There were a few more updates to the Mustang in 1991 even as sales plunged to 98,737. The weak four boasted 105 horsepower due to a new eight plug cylinder head, but no one seemed to care much. Convertibles were given a cool power top that offered a neater appearance as it folded closer to the body. The fed hit automatic transmission cars yet again with a new edict requiring an interlock that meant the shifter would not move out of Park unless the brake pedal was pushed.

1991 Ford Mustang GT Held on to Their Goodyears. The V-8 models were gussied up with pretty five spoke allow wheels that were an inch larger than the previous year – a cool 16 inches in diameter. Tame and compliant 225/55ZR16 all season Michelins graced the LX 5.0, as opposed to the previous rough riding, tough looking bad boys Goodyear Eagle GT+4. The GTs held on to their Goodyears, but offered buyer the Michelins as an alternative at no additional cost.

Sticker prices continued to climb, putting the base price for the LX notchback to a little over $10,000. However, the V-8 convertibles remained just under $20,000. Was America falling out of love with the Ford Mustang, an American classic? The next few production years would tell the tale.




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