It's been waiting 30 years to be registered, and it's up for grabs on eBay right now.
The third-generation "Fox body" may not have been the best Mustang, but it certainly was prolific. Ford made some 2.6 million of them between 1978 and 1993. And you can bet that, unlike some garage queens, the vast majority of them were driven, and driven extensively. Not this one, though.
Up for auction on eBay right now is a 1990 Ford Mustang GT Convertible that has never been driven. In fact, it's never even been titled or dealer-prepped. Which means that if you're the one to buy it, you'll be getting a brand-new Mustang, 30 years after it was built.
While we wouldn't doubt that a large proportion of Mustang convertibles – from that age especially – were equipped with V6 engines and automatic transmissions, this one's a GT with a proper 5.0-liter V8 and a five-speed manual. It's done up in red with a white interior and top, and includes a cassette player, air conditioning, and power locks, windows, and roof. It has just 1,300 miles on it (though we're not sure how those were accumulated without being registered) and is both described and looks from the photos to be in absolute pristine, mint condition.
In short, if it's a Fox-body Mustang you're after, you aren't likely to find one more original than this. Ever.
Though originally delivered through a dealer in Waukegan, Illinois (just outsie of Chicago), it's currently being sold by Cella Motors in Auburn, New Hampshire. As we go to press, eleven bids have been placed to bring the price up to $17,155. You can place your own bid and try your luck, or skip to the front of the line and snap it up for a buy-it-now price of $32,995 – about the same price as you'd pay today for a brand-new base 2020 Mustang EcoBoost convertible.