This classic 1999 Mustang GT 35th Anniversary Edition is a 3-owner,
garage-kept ragtop. The current owner states that the odometer
reading of 39,800 miles is actual. The factory Silver finish is in
very good condition. Exterior accents include a rear decklid
spoiler, black hood stripe and a set of 17" 35th Edition Mustang
alloys that mount nearly new Michelin radials. The original
black/silver interior is also in very good condition. This sporty
Hoss is well optioned with power steering, power 4-wheel disc
brakes, dual front airbags and AM/FM/CD 6-disc sound system. Other
features include cold A/C, power tinted windows, tilt wheel, cruise
and power seats/locks. A nice black convertible top is power
operated. Our GT is powered by Ford's 4.6L SOHC V8 (X-code) with
EFI injection rated at 260bhp and 302 lb/ft of torque. This stout
powerplant has a cast iron block with aluminum heads and is backed
by an electronically controlled 4-speed/OD automatic transmission.
The refined suspension of the '99 Mustang GT resulted in improved
handling and a more comfortable ride. The chassis was stiffened
with progressive rate springs, longer control arms and front/rear
anti-roll bars. This low-mileage, original Mustang GT 35th Edition
will not be here long. Come take a closer look. ALL VEHICLES SOLD
1999 Ford Mustang
Location:Concord, North Carolina
Interior Color:Black & Silver
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