Gateway Classic Cars of Fort Lauderdale is excited to present this
rare 1996 Ford Mustang GT, BOSS SHINODA in Tangerine on black.
Larry Shinoda developed the first Boss for Mustang back in 1969,
and in 1994 he released his newer version. Shinoda Boss
modifications included more power, better handling, and a different
look. They were built by Shinoda Performance Vehicles (SPV). Mr.
Shinoda passed away the next year, in 1997. The package was placed
on the GT and Cobras and came in two levels. Level 1 (Gen I) was a
graphics package, Budnick wheels, and a body package (front
spoiler, wheel flares and rear "super" spoiler.) The Level 2 (Gen
II) added some performance upgrades such as the Shinoda wheels and
suspension modifications. Outwardly, this Dearborn, Michigan built
Ford is eye-catching with the Bright Tangerine paint and bold black
graphics- a throwback to the famous 1969-1970 cars. Custom wheels
set it off, as do the functional sidepipes. Condition is very good.
This car is one of only 208 with these paint and trim codes, and
was built on October 30th, 1995. Inside, the well equipped
leather-appointed interior is clean and in very good condition
overall, showing only minimal wear. A long list of equipment makes
it very comfortable to drive. It features the MACH 460 Premium
AM/FM radio, CD player, power windows-locks and driver's seat,
Ford's tough modular 4.6 liter SOHC SEFI V8 fills the engine bay
and makes great power, sending it back to the 5-speed T45 Manual
transmission and 3:27-1 Traction Lok rear axle, meaning this pony
will get up and run! It is a lot of fun to drive and it sounds
really good. Low miles means it should have a long life ahead of
1996 Ford Mustang
Exterior Color:Bright Tangerine
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