You already know us for vintage cars, but we love the future
classics, too. That's why this 2005 Ford Mustang GT is such a
favorite. After all, it has desirable features like the 4.6-liter
V8, five-speed manual, ice-cold A/C, plenty of paperwork, and low
miles. That makes it everything from an affordable cool car, to
something you can enjoy while appreciating into a full classic.
Finished in beautifully bright factory shade of Satin Silver, and spiced up with plenty of charcoal racing stripes, this is the coupe for those who like their Mustangs with both a retro and aggressive appearance. It has all the best sporty touches with the fog lights in the grille, hood scoop, and rear spoiler. And the 17-inch alloys are a great piece, especially on this car because they coordinate with the paint color so well. Plus, this one has some nice upgrades like the slotted rear quarter window covers and cool sequential taillights.
Inside, you can instantly tell this is a premium driver's machine. Less than 8k miles on the odometer means there was little time to put any wear into the carpets, door panels, or the handsome gray cloth bucket seats. Plus, you can power adjust the driver's one so that you have the perfect position to grab the leather-wrapped steering wheel. This classic-style three-spoke unit gives you clear view at the full gauge panel, including large speedo and tach. And this GT comes loaded with features such as air conditioning, power windows, power locks, dual airbags, tilt wheel, cruise control, and a powerful AM/FM/CD changer unit with aux input for your iPod.
The engine is the 4.6-liter fuel-injected V8 that has surpassed the original 5.0 as a favorite for reliable power. And while there are plenty of affordable upgrades to this stout V8, for you collectors out there, you'll be happy to know this numbers-matching powerhouse remains refreshingly stock. That means you have a V8 that fires up eagerly, idles smoothly, and has the kind of big torque delivery to pull hard through all the gears. In fact, speaking of all the gears, you have the best control over this V8 thanks to the original five-speed manual transmission. Plus, the handling is done right with power steering and four-wheel disc brakes that include ABS. The grippy Pirelli P Zero Nero tires provide the final touch to this capable sports car package.
This sale comes with all the right paperwork, including the window sticker, dealer invoice, original warranty card, full owner's manual packet, service manuals, and maintenance records (it received the right dealer maintenance so much that it has a loyalty card!) This speedy and well-documented pony is going to be running out of here quick at such a value price. Call today!!!
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