Mustang Convertible PricesLast Updated February 5, 2020 | Meghan Drummond
A complete list of all Mustang convertible prices from 1965-2019, both the original sticker as well as what those prices would look like when adjusted for inflation today. If you're curious about how the price of the Mustang convertible has changed over time, then this guide is for you.
The Mustang's third generation ran from 1979-1993, the longest stretch for any Mustang generation. Because this Mustang ran on the Fox platform, it's earned the nickname "Fox Body Mustang." These Mustangs are well-known for being a modders dream, and with just a few upgrades these Mustangs can hold their own.
Known popularly as the SN95, the fourth generation Mustang ran from 1994-2004, ushering in new modernized design and features for the turn of the millennium while retaining the pony heritage that captivates enthusiasts. Read about the history of the SN95, including its inception, the transition to the New Edge design language, and special editions.
There are a lot of things to look for when you’re buying a used Mustang. From combing online listings to figuring out which generation is the right one for you, there are a lot of decisions to make on the road to finding a used Mustang that you'll be happy with. Once you find your perfect pony you'll be glad you put in the work, and we're here to guide you through locations, conditions, and generations.
Ford's fifth generation of Mustang is known as the S197 generation. This gen saw a retrofuturistic design, a new platform, and many engineering developments. Not only was the Coyote engine debuted in this gen, but also Carroll Shelby lent his hand for the first time since the first generation. Here are all the features, technical specs, and innovations that made S197 Mustangs stand out.