Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
The 5.0 already has a legendary reputation, and now it's beginning to become a valued classic. That's why it's important to take a closer look at a well-documented one-owner 1993 Ford Mustang Convertible. It's a loaded drop-top with a highly original look, and just the right worthwhile upgrades.
That shade of Royal Blue Metallic, is one that was not often seen on pony cars, but it was a great choice because it gives this convertible a look that holds up in modern times. The finish is not perfect, and instead it wears its age with pride. After all, there's always room in the budget for a respray, but a car can only be original once. And distinction and originality is exactly what you want on a 1993 Mustang, because this was the final year for the third generation. This was the car that brought the pony back to a true gallop, and so we are really giving them a growing respect on the classic car market. Plus, it has the right look for a proper 5.0 Mustang. Everything from the iconic five-spoke alloys to the large dual exhaust tips give it a great street presence.
The white convertible top looks striking against the blue paint, and with the flip of a switch, it powers down to reveal a full white interior. Not only is this a great factory-correct color combo, but also it's loaded with the best features. It includes a leather interior, power windows, power locks, driver's airbag, cruise control, power mirrors, factory air conditioning (will need servicing), and an upgraded Blaupunkt AM/FM/CD stereo. It's a driver-oriented setup where your bucket seat power adjusts to your ideal position, and the steering wheel is on a tilt column to clearly see the large speedo and tach. And you know that bright shift knob is just calling out to your right hand.
The 5.0-liter fuel-injected V8 was part of a new revolution at Ford. It reignited the pony car wars with Chevy because this was powerful right out of the box and ready for some great upgrades. This one represents that legacy perfectly. It's believed to be the original motor in this one-owner car, and it has been given an upgraded air intake, BBK 70mm throttle body, BBK headers, roller rockers, upgraded fuel injectors, and a GT40 Intake. It's supported by more upgrades like the MSD coil, Kenny Brown strut tower brace, and a Mishimoto aluminum radiator. It fires up nicely and makes a sweet sound out of the Flowmaster dual exhaust. And you are in complete control of the power and its rumbling soundtrack thanks to the five-speed manual transmission. Add in power steering and power brakes with front discs and ABS, and this is a great Mustang to enjoy any time.
The sale comes complete with the original window sticker, warranty card, owner's manual packet, and maintenance records. This is the distinct one-owner drop-top pony car from quite a significant year. So don't let it slip away, call today!
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