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This is a very sharp Mustang GT that offers a lot of bang for the buck. With its aggressive looks, new engine, and many extras, it brings a lot to the table for a very reasonable price.
This 1996 model looks great with its factory white paint and tinted windows, but then goes further with a few subtle upgrades. The front bumper cover really looks mean, and is well complemented by the fiberglass cowl hood with grey accents and locking hood latches. The sides also have grey accents along with 4.6 badges and ground effects, while the rear has a nice spoiler and highlighted bumper cover. There is also a set of 17" Cobra wheels with Mickey Thompson drag radials in back.
Under the hood is a fully rebuilt 4.6L motor installed in August 2015. It has several upgrades over stock and produces an estimated 400 hp. It was professionally built and tuned and includes an SCT tuner box. The motor was built with nitrous oxide in mind, thus the tank in the trunk along with a master switch and WOT switch. The motor is mated to the factory automatic overdrive transmission shifted through a B-and-M ratchet shifter.
The grey leather interior shows its age and 120k miles, but is in decent condition overall. There have been many functional upgrades reflective of the performance engine. There are a-pillar gauges for nitrous pressure and transmission temperature, along with column mounted gauges for air/fuel ratio and fuel pressure. There is also a dash pod for water temperature and oil pressure gauges. This Mustang also has a fantastic sound system with a Pioneer in-dash unit with trunk mounted amplifier and subwoofer.
If you're looking for a sporty car under $10k, the SN95 Mustang GTs represent a great bargain. Especially when they look, sound, and perform like this one.
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