Have you ever heard of the Del Rey Mustang? Introduced in 1981 to be a top-of-the-line Ford car in Brazil, the Del Rey took up the space left by the luxurious Galaxie, with (much) smaller and more economical dimensions.
From 1981 to 1991, the Del Rey gained curious versions, such as the Executive model, a limousine version of the sedan, and a convertible – such as the surprising model that we are going to see in this article.
The convertible modification was carried out by the Souza Ramos dealership. However, the model in the photos was surprisingly modified by its owner to remember with a Mustang, and brings customizations such as rounded headlights, chrome bumpers, mile lights and grille with the characteristic logo of the American original. On the side, the changes are restricted to spoked wheels and a frieze that simulates an air intake.
At the rear, more friezes, a North American license plate and taillights reminiscent of the first generation Mustang, with three bars and chrome bumpers
With approximately 126,000 kilometers on the odometer, anyone wanting to buy the 1983 “Mustang” Del Rey convertible will have to pay R$ 30,000.
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