1984 Ford Mustang GT and Boat.

April 18, 2011

10 comments




10 comments:

Anonymous said...

Not sure that's an 84...it has the nose and trim from an 85-86...yet it does have one '84 wheel...but then again it has 87-93 quarter glass.

ben said...

That's what I'm talkin about, it seemed like a safe enough guess but I could definitely be wrong.

Justin said...

Those meshies remind me of the ones on the Fox Saleen 'Stang.

Deryn Mentock said...

That's got to be one of the ugliest Mustangs of all time. With a boat, no less. :)

livejourneluser said...

This scene of utter distress has some poetry to it. The mismatched wheels. The creeping algae on the paint. The inherent perversity of a dinghy crudely tied to the roof a Ford Mustang. The soda cup (complete with straw) neatly disposed in one of the vehicle's seemingly many broken crevasses. One wonders what activity surrounded the vehicle's last use that led to this hilariously sad diorama. Nice!

tony said...

i can get down with that comment, livejournaluser.

ben said...

One of my favorite things about this car is hearing the owner talk about it's history and his hopes for its future.


I believe they got married in the car, or bought it when they got married. And the GT's beloved heart will be transplanted into another project some day.

Anonymous said...

That is a 1985 Mustang GT, the nose must have been hit because it has a LX nose on it with no fog lights, it does have 84 wheels, 87-93 Quarter glass, Riken Mesh rear wheels and Saleen Rear side spats.

Anonymous said...

It's an 84 or very early 85 if you look at the rear spoiler (missing 3rd brake light was an 84 very early production 85). The front end was replaced with an 85-86 LX (as stated earlier. Look at the pin stripe differences too.

clifton.ra said...

Get a rat catching terrier.