The car we tested was an extreme example of a top-of-the-line Mustang, now called the GT (Mustang models will be juggled for 1982 to parallel the Escort line: L, GL, GLX, and GT replacing the old ...
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1982 Ford Mustang GT1982 Mustang GT that has been garage kept. It has been converted to fuel injection 8 CylinderHas 410 cubic inch Stroker motor with Vortech T trim supercharger New T-56 transmission and 3.55 gear in the rear end.
The 1982 Mustang GT wasn't the same as the old Boss. It was the start of something much bigger. Armed with a price-to-performance ratio unmatched since the 1960s, the 5.0 Mustang sparked a new high-performance revolution in America that launched aftermarket parts companies, magazines, clubs, racing events and more.
These days we enjoy exceptional Mustang performance and handling from the new Mustang GT, while the 2012 Boss 302 is the fastest, best handling Mustang ever offered from the factory. The performance heritage of both of these Mustangs can be traced back to the summer and fall of 1981 with the launch of the 1982 Mustang GT.
1982 Mustang - GT Rebirth The performance heritage of today's Mustangs can be traced back to the summer and fall of 1981 with the launch of the '82 Mustang GT
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Miscellaneous Data - 1982 GT. Base price - 1982 Mustang GT 3-door sedan (61B): $8,397.00. Note: This price fluctuated during the model year. This area is still under construction. Please stop back in the future for a complete listing of 1982 GT options and prices as well as other data.
<< 1981: 1982 : 1983 >>. 1982 was a turning point for the reinvention of American Muscle. GM had returned to the ring with restyled contenders – the Firebird and Camaro embraced V8 power, with the most potent Camaro packing a 165 hp punch.
1986 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 T-top In 1986, the Mustang GT saw drivetrain including a new 10.5" (from 10") clutch. The 7.5" rear-end was eliminated in V8 models and the SVO in favor of the stronger 8.8" rear-end, with the 7.5" relegated to the 2.3L and 3.8L applications.