Plenty of flash and a ton of V8 substance makes this 1995 Ford
Mustang GT convertible a great modern classic. So look over
everything from the well-preserved bold paint to the loaded A/C
interior, and you'll see a drop-top that will make you want to take
the long road home.
Mustang GTs are rarely for the timid, and the factory-correct
Canary Yellow really knows how to declare it. This appears to be
the original application, and it remains quite vibrant today.
That's what you get on a well-respected classic that has only
averaged about 2,800 miles annually. Even the wheels are extra bold
with the factory double tri-spoke wheels showing a high gloss
finish. And as a true factory GT you get the best aggressive
pieces, like the vented hood, factory body kit, bright dual exhaust
tips, and full width rear spoiler. It makes for a sharp-looking
total package of preservation and aggression.
The black convertible top is a terrific-looking contrast to the
vibrant yellow. So you'll be happy that underneath it is a dark
black interior, too. That way you have a stylish look no matter if
the roof is up or down. Mustangs are driver's cars, and so you have
nicely bolstered front bucket seats with electrically adjustable
lumbar support for ideal comfort. The leather-wrapped sports
steering wheel is on a tilt column, and that gives you a clear view
to the full gauge package. There are more great features like dual
airbags, power locks, an alarm, cup holders, and an upgraded
AM/FM/CD stereo w/USB input (the original radio also comes with the
sale.) Power windows and a power convertible top mean you never
have to leave the driver's seat to open this one up to the world.
And the cold-blowing air conditioning makes it easy to enjoy this
feeling even in the summer.
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-liter V8. So it's
refreshing to see this fuel-injected powerhouse looking so stock.
In fact, we can only spot an upgraded air intake. And because this
is a respected and largely 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.
It combines with the power steering and cruise control for an easy
driver near or far. And the sports suspension with sway bars front
& rear and four-wheel disc brakes makes this one great on your
Complete with the owner's manual and maintenance records, this is a
sharp-looking and low mileage Mustang. So if you want a great
modern classic drop-top, call today!
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