This 1995 Ford Mustang GT convertible straddles the ideal line
between a modern fuel-injected machine and a well-kept classic. So
when you can find a well-priced example that has all the features
you want - including A/C and low mileage - then you know it's time
to pay attention.
These fourth-generation Mustangs brought the pony car back to its
sleek roots, and so they have a growing spot in the classic car
community. That's especially true as the GT models age into true
vintage machines. Canary Yellow is a nice and bold factory color.
This is even believed to be the original application. This car has
been enjoyed over the years, but it's a two-owner example that has
averaged under 900 miles annually. So the full presentation also
always shows an underlying respect for the legendary pony car.
Black side mirrors and a well-done black convertible top make for a
timeless contrast against the yellow. And the GT badging, 16-inch
alloys, bright, dual exhaust tips, and the full-width rear spoiler
add to this drop-top's true sporty appeal.
If you like how the black roof looks against the yellow body, then
you'll love the full black interior. The leather seats are complete
and have a well-preserved appearance (including the side bolsters)
that remind you this is a low-mileage machine. The sharp look of
the carpeting, door panels, and dash complete this blackout
appearance. This Mustang came loaded from the factory with a great
equipment like an AM/FM/cassette stereo w/CD changer, power locks,
keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, electric rear defogger, and
cruise control. And this one was made to be enjoyed by the driver.
That's why you have the little extras that make the real
difference, like a power driver's seat, tilt steering column, and
full gauges with large speedo and tach. But we bet your favorite
features will be the power windows and power convertible top.
Together, they mean you never have to leave the driver's seat to go
from enclosed comfort to a wind-in-your-hair experience. And
cold-blowing R134a air conditioning means you can enjoy this
feeling even at noon in the summertime.
One of the reasons why the 1995 car will always be a collectible is
because it was the final year for the famous 5.0 motor. So it's
refreshing to see this fuel-injected powerhouse looking so stock.
And because this is a respected and unmodified example, it
continues to fire up readily, idle smoothly, and pull from a
seemingly bottomless reserve of torque. Another advantage of a
modern classic is the four-speed automatic transmission that has
highway-ready overdrive. The handling is superior with power
steering, performance tires, sway bars front & rear, and four-wheel
disc brakes that include ABS.
The sale comes complete with the dealer invoice and maintenance
records. This is the fast and affordable modern classic that's
preserved just the way you want it. So don't miss this deal, call