Gateway Classic Cars of Orlando is proud to offer this 2002 Ford
Mustang GT. Since the mid 60s the Mustang has been America's car
for the young and young at heart. With a variety of drivetrain
choices and trim packages there was a Mustang to suit everyone's
taste from economical but stylish commuter purposes or an all-out
muscle machine. This modified 2002 GT is truly a sight to behold in
its gray paint job. As you walk around the vehicle you'll notice
nice details like the ground effects, billet grill and vented hood.
Take a seat inside and you're greeted by a cabin that is ready for
the track with 5 point seat harnesses and a roll cage. The interior
is still street friendly with leather seats, air conditioning and a
touch screen head unit. Under the hood is a 5.0 Liter Livernois
stroker with ported heads, XE 270AH comp cams, 70 mm throttle body,
Vortech supercharger and many more upgraded components. The engine
is paired with a 4R70 4 speed automatic which according to the
owner has been built to 4R75 spec with hardened internals.
According to the owner this Mustang was dynod at 605 HP to the
wheels. Imagine how this pony can get up and go! If you're looking
for a sharp example of a modified pony that's ready to giddy up and
go, this is the one you want to own! Options include AC, power
brakes, power steering, seat belts, AM/FM/Bluetooth radio, leather
interior and radial tires.
2002 Ford Mustang
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