2010 Ford Mustang Convertible For Sale. 4.0L V6 engine, automatic transmission, 4 wheel disc brakes, 18” polished alloy wheels, code HP High Performance White exterior, black stripe package, wheel well trim, fog lights, rear deck spoiler, power canvas convertible top, key-less entry, tinted glass, power windows, cloth bucket seat interior, factory in dash tachometer, center console with floor shifter, tilt steering column, AM/FM/CD radio with auxiliary input and Sirius capabilities. Well kept and a super fun car to own. Don’t miss another sunny day, this Mustang is ready for fun!!
The fifth-generation Ford Mustang is a pony car that was manufactured by Fordfrom 2005 to 2014, at the Flat Rock Assembly Plant in Flat Rock, Michigan. The fifth generation began with the 2005 model year, and received a face lift for the 2010 model year. Originally designed by Sid Ramnarace through late 2001 and finalized in mid-2002, the fifth-generation Mustang’s design was previewed by two preproduction concept cars that debuted at the 2003 North American International Auto Show. Development began on the S-197 program in 1999 under chief engineer Hau Thai-Tang, shortly after the 1998 launch of “New Edge” SN-95 face lift. From the second half of 1999, design work commenced under Ford design chief, J Mays, and concluded in July 2002 with the design freeze.
The 2010 model year Mustang was unveiled on November 18, 2008, prior to the Los Angeles International Auto Show. Production began on January 12, 2009 and it went on sale in March 2009. The 2010 Mustang was a revision of the 2005–2009 models, retaining the D2C platform. Design and development work began in 2005, with 2006 being the year when designer George Saridikas’ exterior proposal was chosen, as well as Robert Gelardi’s interior proposal under chief S-197 designe rDoug Gaffka. Doug Gaffka afterward, became immediately responsible for the design of the 2008–2009 Bullitt and the GT500KR, upon MY2010 design selection in 2006. The resulting production exterior design of late 2006 was substantially revised, resulting in better aerodynamic performance (Ford claimed the coefficient of drag was reduced by 4% on V6 models and 7% on GT models, and that the front aerodynamic lift was reduced by 37% for V6 models and 23% for GT models.). Specific changes to the exterior include a restyled Mustang emblem, a new headlight design with integrated turn signals, new slimmer side mirror design, a prominent “power dome” hood, and revised three-lens taillights with LEDs that blink in sequence for turn indication.