1988 Ford Mustang ASC McLaren 5.0L (302 CID)

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  1. #1 PoWeReD By NoS, Dec 8, 2007
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    Mclaren? Found this on facebook

    1988 Ford Mustang ASC McLaren 5.0L (302 CID)VERY RARE!!!SUPER FAST!!
    check out <A HREF="http://www. http://www.ascmclaren.com TARGET="_new">www. <A HREF="http://www.ascmclaren.com</A>" TARGET="_new">http://www.ascmclaren.com</A></A>
    An great rust and accident free example of this rare 1988 Ford Mustang ASC McLaren 5.0L (302 CID) V8 engine convertible (one of only 58 made in this color combination) with automatic transmission, in it's original factory color custom exterior 'Keweenau White' paint and accents, performance decor package with ground effects and fog lamps and tail light graphics and Eurostyle rear spolier, newly and professionally reconditioned special edition ASC Recaro two-tone grey leather front sport seats, custom console and interior trim with rear storage compartments, factory 15"X7" ASC/McLaren cast aluminum white spoke wheels with performance V tires, Eurostyle cambria black cloth convertible top with flush convertible cover with power latch, leather wrapped sport steering wheel with wheel controls, dual exhausts, AM/FM radio/cassette with premium sound system, air conditioning, power brakes, power steering, tinted glass, tilt steering wheel, power windows and with a very low original 105K miles never seen snow/winter!!perfect condition!wont see too many of these around and pretty sure wont ever see one in this condition!
    CHECK OUT: http://www.ascmclaren.com
  2. You know this is not the same McLaren as from the UK.

    P.S. If you want a fast mustang from that era look for a Saleen or a DECH.
  3. I haven't seen an ASC McLaren Mustang yet, but I have seen 3 ASC McLaren Mercury Capris
  4. Ohhh ok. I was just windering if they had any correlation, guess not.
  5. no, ASC stands for American Sunroof Corporation. Or something to that effect.
  6. Fairly rare car. The odd thing is they all started as hard tops and ASC converted them into convertiable.
  7. The true Mclaren mustang:
  8. ASC... was that the company that did the convertible hardtop conversions for the Mitsu 3000GT's?
  9. I heard about that but couldn't really find pictures of it.

  10. I see you found pix of the only other 2 in existance! ololol
  11. oh lolol u so funnee
  12. Here are some pictures...5.0 Automatic OD, Power Brakes, windows, door locks, mirrors. 17" rims. 130MPH+

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