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Hi, I found this site while researching my car. I saw some folks on here who know their stuff and thought I would drop in.

I learned to drive on my dad's 64 1/2 and loved everything Mustang ever since. I am the original owner of a 1988 LX 5.0 with the T-top option. I looked forever to find that car. Back then, you had to talk to people to find cars instead of beating on this idiot box.

Just for the sake of my two cents on the number of 88 t-tops made debate, I swapped emails with an official from Ford a couple of years ago.He said that despite many an effort, no one has come up with an exact number. I asked if he had a "guesstimate" but he only would say that my model wasn't very common at all. That was it. I might try again and have something to report on.

It's good to be amongst folks who understand!!!!!!!!!!!!!

Steve
 

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Welcome to All Ford Mustangs! Glad you found our mustang community :yup: Hope you will post pictures in your Gallery of your 1988 Mustang when you get a chance. Enjoy the site!
 

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Welcome to AFM:bigthumbsup
 

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:wavey Enjoy the site!! :myhappydance: :happydancer:​
 

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88s were the last year with ttops so nice car!!!!!
 

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After about 5 minutes of looking on the internet. The production number for the t-top option is 800. But they don't break it down to the models. The reason the t-tops were discontinued was because they were just using up all of the left over t-tops from 1987.
 

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Welcome, check out the other ttops on the site. There are a couple of posts which answer your question.

While 800 may be the official answer, it is my understanding that there were also a "few" after market installs, hence why no exact number. I think the 2500 is closer to the tribal knowledge on the subject.

Anyways, post some picts.
 
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