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The 5.0 already has a legendary reputation, and now it's beginning
to become a valued classic. That's why it's important to take a
closer look at such a well-optioned and well-coordinated one like
this survivor-grade 1991 Ford Mustang GT.
When it comes to collecting or driving a Fox-body Mustang, this is exactly what you want. The two-tone looks quite modern and nice for a paintjob that we believe is original to the car. As you continue to look this one over, you'll notice a lot of attention was paid to making it all a very coordinated package. So it looks good even when parked. All the right original pieces are in place - from the GT's aggressive factory body kit (w/integrated spoiler,) to the covers that create the slotted rear lights. Plus, those 15-inch factory alloys are legends all on their own, and their condition reminds you this Mustang has been treated with respect since day one.
The burgundy pinstripe on the outside is not only distinctive against the gray, but it also is a great preview of the interior color. Also, inside is where a new classic like this GT really shines, because there's a lot of modern integration. After all, where else is there a car this cool that comes with an airbag? The cloth bucket seats are still in quite nice condition thanks to the meticulous care. They have real bolstering to make long trips vastly more comfortable and supportive than an older vintage. Another advantage of driving a new classic is a factory-installed HVAC system that can blow some serious arctic air all day long. Best of all, this Mustang already comes with its original AM/FM/cassette stereo. If you want to get even more modern, the standardized stereo mounting means you can easily switch this out for the latest technology (Bluetooth, iPod, satellite radio, GPS, etc.) without damaging the interior or harming the ability to re-install the original factory radio. Plus, this coupe is loaded with factory options such as power windows, power locks, and cruise control.
The 5.0-liter electronic fuel-injected V8 under the hood is the reason the Mustang was the pony car of choice for an entire generation. Great sound, bulletproof performance, and impressive torque made it the one to beat. Averaging less than 2,000 miles annually means the engine bay remains pristine and stock appearing. There's plenty of evidence of careful maintenance over the years, and there's even the owner's manual in the sale, too. This Mustang inspires the perfect kind of reliable confidence thanks to a desirable four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive, power steering, front disc brakes, and grippy Cooper tires. So you can easily drive this contemporary classic near or far.
Here's a beautiful and well-coordinated Mustang GT at an exceptionally affordable price. That's why you know you need to hurry if you want to make it yours. Call now!
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