213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
Here's one is for Mustang loves only, because this survivor deserves only the best new home. This 1993 Ford Mustang GT with 5.0 V8 and five-speed is a one-owner coupe. So this is a highly documented prize that's value well beyond its affordable price.
Take some time to look over this one, because you know there's some serious love and devotion to a car when the correct Bright Red paint also appears to be the factory application. This one was driven far less than most, and so it retains the kind of good shine you'd expect on a one-owner machine that has averaged under 1,600 miles annually. It's hard to find a correct example like this today because Mustang GT coupes were so potent when new that it was tough to resist modifying these to show off the king of the streets. It's this rare loyalty to originality that gets you a coupe with complete panels that still fit so well, doors that close with confidence, and complete trim right down to the large integrated rear spoiler. Even the original factory alloy wheels have that clean look of respected quality.
The interior is where a new classic like this GT really shines because there is a lot of modern integration. After all, where else is there a car this cool that comes with an airbag? The gray bucket seats are still in pristine condition thanks to the meticulous care. They have real adjustable bolstering to make long trips vastly more comfortable and supportive than an older vintage. Another advantage of driving a new classic is a factory-installed air conditioning system that can blow some serious arctic air all day long. You'll notice an aftermarket radio currently installed in this survivor-grade vehicle. Purists will be happy to know the original comes with the sale, and everyone else will realize that the standardized stereo mounting means you can easily switch this out for the latest technology (Bluetooth, iPod, satellite radio, GPS, etc.) without harming the ability to re-install the original factory radio. Plus, this coupe is loaded with factory options such as power windows, power locks, and cruise control.
The 5.0-liter fuel-injected V8 under the hood is the reason the Mustang was the pony car of choice for an entire generation. Great sound, robust performance, and impressive torque made it the one to beat. As expected in a car this well preserved, we believe this is the original motor, and it remains pristine and stock appearing. This one drives with the confident feeling of careful maintenance over the years, and there are the records to back it all up. This Mustang inspires the perfect kind of reliable confidence because with a desirable five-speed manual transmission, power steering, power brakes with front discs, and sway bars front & rear, this is a classic that's begging to hit the open road.
This Mustang GT 5.0 survivor comes with a plenty of original documents, including window sticker, warranty card, and dealer invoice. It's all part of a package that proves this cool-looking coupe is also a solid future classic. Call today!!!
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