/ /

Low miles, 2 owner, 1990 7up edition.

1990 Ford Mustang lx for sale in Foster, Quebec, Canada

Item location: Foster, Quebec, Canada
Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
SubModel: 7UP
Type: Convertible
Trim: lx
Year: 1990
Mileage: 16100
VIN: 1FACP44E8LF162049
Color: Emerald Green
Engine size: V8 5.0L
Number of cylinders: 8
Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: White
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Options: Cassette Player, Convertible, Leather Seats
Vehicle Title: Clean
Want to buy? Contact seller!

Description for Ford Mustang 1990

Prime example of a 1990 7up Mustang. Only 16,000 miles, I am the second owner. One of 1360 manuals made.
Excellent condition, original paint has a slight clear coat blemish from a compound done to the top right fender (approx 7x5 inches, can be fixed by adding clear, would be invisible). Has a minor ding on the trunk but overall excellent condition. ALL original everything except for the Borla cat back exhaust.
Interior is as perfect as it gets, same for the roof. Everything works, car runs perfect, sounds GREAT!!! Stored in climate controlled garage.
I can arrange to ship pretty much anywhere, buyer pays all shipping costs.

The story behind the 7 Up Mustang is one of the more bizarre bits of Mustang history, which is saying something given the wide range of characters who have been involved in the nameplate's development over the years. Initially, only 30 7-Up Mustangs were meant to be produced — the namesake soft drink company had planned to give them away at the 1990 NCAA basketball finals. The pitch was simple: sink a ball from center court, and you could drive home one of the extremely limited-edition cars that night.

For reasons unknown, the 7 Up contest was canceled at the last minute. Although only two of the planned 30 cars had been produced, Ford decided to rebrand the cars, bump up production to 5,000 units and offer them as a special edition and unofficial commemoration the car's 25th anniversary.


The 7 Up Mustangs were LX convertibles equipped with the famousFox body era 5.0L V8 engine, delivering around 255 horsepower. All cars were painted with Ford's distinctive Deep Emerald Green clear coat metallic paint and featured a white leather interior and a white convertible top. Front fascia, outside mirrors and body side moldings were painted to match the green exterior. Every 7 Up edition Mustang also got the GT's 15-inch aluminum rims and a special-value package consisting of cruise control, A/C and a premium sound system with AM/FM radio and a cassette player.


Retail pricing for the special edition 7 Up Mustang started at $19,878. Of the 4,103 that ended up being manufactured, 2,743 were equipped with automatic transmission and 1,360 had a stick. While hardly a bestseller, there's a lot to like about the 7 Up — besides being fast and stylish, it's a unique piece of Mustang memorabilia from an era when the iconic Ford brand finally found its footing again.

To this day, there are still a few of the original 7 Ups on the road. In January 2013, one was stolen in Colorado Springs, Colorado — video of the theft made a minor viral sensation in automotive blogs, briefly renewing interest in this forgotten piece of Mustang history.

Other classic cars for sale