Streetside Classics - Nashville
6000 Reliance Dr
Here's a heck of a lot of muscle car for the money. This modern classic 2004 Ford Mustang Mach 1 has a fuel-injected 32-valve 305 hp V8, and it's done one of the boldest colors around with a very speedy look. So there is no better way to turn heads for the price!
Ford wanted to up its game even beyond the awesome GT, so they resurrected the Mach 1 package. Available for only two years, the 2004 is the preferred model to have because it's also the Mustang's 40th anniversary. You're looking at one of only 768 that were finished in this very cool Screaming Yellow for '04. This is the right color to have because not only is it one of the rarest of the already rare 7,182 examples, but also it has the bold finish similar to the Grabber Yellow from the muscle car days. It looks absolutely fantastic when combined with the body kit and striping package that are a modern take on this muscle car legend. And we know your eye immediately locked on the cool shaker hood. The special 17-inch alloy wheels even are a great modern take on the classic Magnum 500s we all love.
The retro theme continues inside where seats are intended to recall those found in vintage Mustangs, complete with silver accents and comfort weave-style inserts. Of course, these leather buckets are a lot more comfortable and supportive than the 1960s vinyl. The full instrument panel has a satin silver surround and special gauges reminiscent of the early Mustangs. But beyond these cool touches, these Mach 1s are desirable because you also got all the best features, including power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, cruise control, tilt steering column, power seat, AM/FM stereo with six-disc changer, and cold-blowing R134a air conditioning. A modern classic also means modern safety features such as dual air bags and anti-lock brakes.
The Mach 1 was special for another reason: horsepower. This DOHC 32-valve 4.6-liter V8 was upgraded right from the factory. This included a twin-bore 57mm throttle body, high-flow heads, a special setup on the camshafts, and a performance exhaust manifold. The result is a 305 horsepower juggernaut. Ford engineers also took the time to add a host of suspension improvements front and rear to make this an enhanced driver for the enhanced performance V8. The five-speed manual transmission even has a short-throw shifter for you to get the maximum enjoyment and maximum control. Plus, there's power steering, four-wheel power disc brakes, and grippy Goodyear Eagle ZR45 tires.
You're looking at a rare collector Mustang with modern appeal. But you're not the only one who has recognized how affordable this coupe is. So hurry and call today before it's gone tomorrow! This car was repaired from an accident in 2009 and is currently being sold with a salvage/rebuilt title.
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