|1981 Mustang Ghia|
The 1981 Ghia included many luxury items including black remote control side mirrors, body side pin striping, turbine style wheels, low back reclining seats with adjustable head rests and deluxe seat belts with tension eliminators, luxury level cut-pile carpet, and extra convenience lighting (map, dome, glove box, ash tray, engine).
|Examples of a 1981 Mustang Ghia|
|Blue Mustang Ghia|
Have you ever heard of one of these? The original window sticker called it a 1981 Ford Mustang Ghia Suncoupe. It is owned by Jason Bourdeau from Langley, BC, Canada. The sticker price was $11K. I believe the 'Suncoupe' if for the sunroof and the vinyl top was an aftermarket item. It has a 3.3L 6-cylinder engine and an automatic transmission.
|Medium Pewter Silver Mustang Ghia|
Ford Promotional photo of a two-tone Medium Pewter silver over black 1981 rag top Mustang Ghia coupe. The 1981 Tu-tone option could be black or the following top/bottom combination: dark cordovan/bittersweet, medium pewter/light pewter, red/white, and midnight blue/medium blue glow. Best of all this Ghia optioned Mustang has the Carriage Roof option which gives the look of a classic convertible with the top up, but of course this one never goes down. No Mustang convertible was offered in 1981. This Carriage Roof was offered in white grained vinyl; or black, blue or brown cloth.
|Medium Red Mustang Ghia|
This is a Medium Red 1981 Mustang Ghia optioned hatchback which is part of the 1981 Ford Mustang promotional catalog. Although every year (1974-1981) the Ghia luxury sport option package was offered in a 2-door coupe; only the last three years, it was offered also in the hatchback body style. This one has turbine wheel covers, a sun roof, color matched rear quarter window louver trim, and a Ghia insignia on the left rear tailgate.
|Pastel Chamois Mustang Ghia|
Pastel Chamois 1981 Mustang Ghia coupe with a brown interior and a white vinyl (convertible looking) top. It has the 6-cylinder engine and automatic transmission.
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