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This 1999 Ford Mustang GT convertible has the collectability of being a desirable 35th anniversary model. But the reason why you really want it is because it's a V8-powered five-speed drop-top with a loaded interior and upgraded sports suspension. And the full package is available right now for quite a nice price.
Ford celebrated the 35th anniversary of the Mustang in a big way, that goes way beyond the cool special badges. 1999 was a redesign that toughened up the looks, with sharper body lines and new more aggressive touches. Of course, what helps really make this GT model a force on the streets is the hood scoop, rear spoiler, and the Laser Red paint that continues to look vibrant in the sunshine. This Mustang has been upgraded further to make it stand out from the herd with crystal clear headlights and 17-inch polished Torq Thrust wheels.
The tan convertible top looks attractive and premium against the red paint, and when you take it down, there is an equally striking parchment tan leather interior. The odometer is believed to reflect the car's full mileage, and that has it averaging less than its peers. That kind of less use directly translates into a quality presentation inside. A smooth dash, good carpeting, and proper ponies on the setbacks (just like the original 35 years prior) make for an inviting total package. Plus, it's loaded with the best features, including keyless entry, power door locks, power mirrors, a tilt steering column, power steering, cruise control, dual airbags, anti-lock brakes, and factory AM/FM/CD stereo. The power windows and power convertible top mean you never have to leave the driver's seat to open this one up to the world. And you can do this even in the summer thanks to cold-blowing air conditioning.
The engine is a revised 4.6-liter SOHC V8 that powered a whole generation of Mustangs to give more versatility than the 5.0. It fires up readily like a good modern fuel-injected machine, and the motor loves to hit the road pulling with seemingly bottomless reserves of torque. It's the kind of car you're going to want to drive, especially with the suspension upgrades. This feels sharper on the road thanks to investments within the last few years that include tubular control arms up front, Eibach springs, Eibach shocks, new urethane bushings all around, and performance sway bars front and rear. The five-speed manual transmission with a short-throw shifter puts the fun firmly in your hands. And there are also newer components to the four-wheel power disc brakes.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the Mustang with a true pedigree and plenty of drop-top fun. So at a price like this, you don't want to let it slip away. Call today!!!
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