How much is a 1986 Mustang worth?

1986 Ford Mustang Retail Prices

Trim MSRP CarGurus Instant Market Value
GT Convertible RWD $14,794 $15,992
SVO Hatchback RWD $15,660 $16,644
GT Coupe RWD $10,941 N/A
LX Coupe RWD $7,669 N/A

How much horsepower does a 1986 GT Mustang have?

1986 Mustang Specs

Engine HP Torque
2.3L 4-cyl 88 hp @ 4,800 RPM 122 lb-ft @ 2,800 RPM
3.8L V6 120 hp @ 3,600 RPM 205 [email protected] 1,600 RPM
5.0L V8 EFI 200 hp @ 4,000 RPM 285 lb-ft @ 3,000 RPM
5.0L V8 4V 210 hp @ 4,600 RPM 265 lb-ft @ 3,400 RPM

Why are Foxbodys so expensive?

One of the main reasons for the rise in the prices of certain models is nostalgia. Guys that lusted over some car back in the high school are now successful businessmen, lawyers, and doctors and desperate to recreate that teenage excitement. For the generation that grew up in the late ’80s, the Foxbody is that car.

How much did a Mustang GT cost in 1986?

Mustang GT MSRP by Year

Year / Model / Trim Base MSRP Adj. for Inflation
1986 Mustang GT 2-Door Convertible $14,523 $33,397
1986 Mustang GT 3-Door Sedan $10,691 $24,585
1987 Mustang GT 2-Door Convertible (V8) $15,724 $34,885
1987 Mustang GT 3-Door Hatchback (V8) $11,835 $26,257

What year is the best Fox Body Mustang?

But the Fox-body that sticks out to us the most, as the best, is the 1993 SVT Cobra—the last model year of the style, and one of the most important Mustangs ever made.

Why do they call a Mustang a Fox body?

Why is it called a Fox Body? But, it’s called a Fox Body because it’s on the Ford Fox platform. Ford designed the Fox platform as a unibody chassis and used it across a wide range of Ford/Lincoln/Mercury vehicles. Ford’s main objective with the Fox platform was to downsize the massive cars they made in the ’70s.

How much is a 2006 GT Mustang worth?

2006 Ford Mustang Retail Prices

Trim MSRP CarGurus Instant Market Value
GT Premium Convertible RWD $31,865 $15,654
GT Premium RWD $27,040 $14,753
V6 Deluxe Coupe RWD $19,935 $7,909
V6 Premium Coupe RWD $20,810 $8,525