Mustang GT Convertible 2014

November 28th, 2013 | Comments Closed | Mustang

The Mustang GT Convertible 2014 all started in the year 1968 was a special edition of the California region only, this Mustang GT Convertible 2014 around the current Mustang sold. Mustang GT Convertible 2014 was very popular among Mustang enthusiasts, commander of a special certificate of authenticity and 2014 Ford Mustang GT Convertible passionate operated Register.

For 2014, the 2014 Mustang GT Convertible package costs $1.995 and can be ordered in the Mustang GT Premium coupe or convertible. This means that if you order with no options or additional packages, the price of the cheapest ticket is $37,540. The Mustang GT Convertible 2014 package adds a unique grille billet a Mustang pony logo tri-bar. A unique lip lower fairing gives a slightly more aggressive too. The package also includes side scoops, a pedestal rear spoiler and lower rear fascia is still in the GT500.

You get 19 ” painted wheels and unique graphics Mustang GT Convertible 2014 in black or silver, depending on the color you choose. You can also opt for the elimination of line. And when it comes to color choices are limited to only Red Race, Deep Impact blue, silver bullion, Oxford White, black and Sterling Gray. You can not get the Mustang GT Convertible 2014 I have to have it green, blue or ruby red Grabber.

The interior is dressed with some subtleties with contrasting stitching on the leather seats. Carbon fiber look inserts are special tapping on the seats and door panels and aluminum trim on the dashboard has a carbon fiber model too. Mustang GT Convertible 2014 logos are embroidered on the carpets and seats too.

Mustang GT 2014 Convertible Blue

Mustang GT 2014 Convertible Blue

The package Mustang GT Convertible 2014 will continue in the next generation Mustang is not yet known, so if you want to get while the getting is good. The next generation Mustang scheduled for the spring of 2014 as 2015 model will be completely redesigned from the ground and lay off the last vestiges of its retro.


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