Barn find GT350 Mustang
We found an excellent rust-free Mustang GT350 sitting in barn. The car had recently been repainted and only needs to re-assembled. All the parts appear to be here, just needs some work to put it back together again. Jumped the car and it fired right up and drove on the trailer. This 1984 20th anniversary Mustang GT350 is an automatic with the 5.0L fuel injected.
Ford celebrated the 20th anniversary of its iconic pony car by bringing back the GT350 name, which had been absent from its stable since 1970.
Available as a hatchback or convertible, the all-white GT350 was limited to a 35-day production run, producing 5,261 cars that were sold to the public in the spring of 1984. Despite the name, the GT350 was produced entirely by Ford without the participation of Carroll Shelby or Shelby American.
The 20th Anniversary GT350 Mustang contained the distinctive Oxford White paint job, the GT350 featured a dark red interior, fog lights, special badging and bumper striping, as well as a front air dam. The significant performance upgrade was the TRX handling package, which further refined the GT’s stock suspension.
The GT350 20th-anniversary package was available with either a V8 or a 2.3L four-cylinder engine. Two V8s were available to match the choice of transmission — when paired with an automatic overdrive gearbox, the GT350 received a fuel-injected 165 horsepower 5.0L V8. With a five-speed Borg Warner T5 transmission, a carbureted 5.0 was used, delivering an extra 10 horses.