Christopher Caputo - 1987 Ford Mustang
Well, I am just going to enter my 1987 Mustang LX Convertible, however, it's friend is my 1985 GT. Both have the 5.0L and both are automatic.
The '85 is completely stock. I bought it earlier this year and have plans for it later such as switching from CFI to a carburetor, and putting in a manual trans. It is however, virtually rust free which is half the battle.
Now, my '87 LX is mostly stock, with a few upgrades. I did put in a Flowmaster cat-back exhaust with the Super 40 mufflers. I bought OEM pony wheels to switch with the ten-holes it had. I also upgraded the original radio to a Kenwood CD receiver, and I put in a 280W Kenwood amp that powers two 10" MTX subwoofers.
I may not have the most exciting Fox-Mustangs on the planet, but we see fewer of them around as the years go by. The '87 has been in my family for around 17 years now. I have had it for 2 of those years so far.
Between my father and I, we own 5 Mustangs. He too, has a 1985 GT that he's had for over 20 years now. However, his is a stick shift. He also owns a 1969 Mustang Grande with the 351 Windsor, and a 1969 Coupe with the 302.
I would also like to mention the between myself, my sister, and my mom and dad, we have 6 Ford Rangers, all stick shift. Ford runs deep with my family and I.