1999 Ford Mustang GT Coupe
The launch of the 1994 model year of the Ford Mustang was arguably
the moment that the vehicle propelled itself into the era of
"modern cars". After years of anticipation that had fans eagerly
awaiting the next generation, the fourth generation, internally
known by the code SN95, finally debuted. The shift away from the
boxiness of the Foxbody marked a deliberate transformation into
contemporary design. The 1999 model year brought about a mid-cycle
refresh just in time for the new millennium. The 1999-2004 Mustangs
are referred to as "New Edge'', which was Ford's global design
language during that time period. Though still technically SN95
models, some refer to them solely as much.
A one owner, 137,205 mile, well maintained, first year New Edge
1999 Mustang GT with almost all of its service records. Having had
a new clutch installed at 118,000 miles, a new radiator 3 years
ago, a new heater core 2 years ago, a new battery last year and
freshly PA inspected this car is ready to provide years of joy and
service for its new owner. Included are factory shop manuals and
Silver clearcoat with fog lamps, rear decklid spoiler, tinted
glass, and a very raked windscreen have this car moving fast
forward when it's standing still. 17" forged aluminum wheels adorn
all 4 corners, and these are wrapped by P245/45R17 rubber. A hood
scoop and rear quarter panel scoops, and the iconic mustang side
cove are exemplary of speed.
Articulated sport Shadow cloth bucket seats flank a center console
that has a spacious glove box/armrest, cup holder, and the shifter
for the 5-speed manual transmission. Conveniences include power
windows, power mirrors, power locks, a leather wrapped steering
wheel with remote controls for easy to use cruise control. Factory
air, premium Mach 460 sound with a cassette/CD radio will make it
that you'll never want to get out!
The 4.6Liter SOHC V8 engine with a 5-speed manual transmission is
seen within the near perfect engine bay. This mill is fuel injected
and fuel efficient to boot. A new clutch was installed at 118,000
miles and this sends power back to a Ford 8.8" 3.27 geared TracLoc
The usual surface rust which is unremarkable and typical for a 99
Mustang is noted. Floor pans, frame, and rockers are totally rust
free. Rack and pinion steering, power disc brakes all around, and a
handling suspension are seen. Last but not least a factory exhaust
system snakes its way from the engine to the rear of the car and
throws off a nice throaty sound when you goose it.
This was a dual test driver car, and my cohort crack decoder and
mechanical confidant took the wheel for our cruise. Here we
experienced all working functions, smooth acceleration, quick bias
free stopping, and overall tight responsive feel and look from this
GT coupe. We did note that the ABS light stays on and our consignor
states that it has been on since 30,000 miles and even Ford
representatives couldn't figure it out.
Driven a mere 6,272 miles per year on average, this 'stang, which
is an aero look but still harkening back to its roots with the
triple taillights, inset round interior gauges, and hockey stick
coves on the doors. A well maintained one owner car runs and
screams like it's new.
F-Ford Motor Company
F-Manual Belts, Front Airbags
X-4.6L V8 260hp
F-Dearborn, MI Assy Plant
230290-Sequential Unit Number
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with showroom space for up to 1,000 vehicles. Also, a 400 vehicle
barn find collection is on display.
This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown,
Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia
on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is
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