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Special edition... ultra-low mileage... rare features... V8 power... 2009 Ford Mustang GT Premium 45th Anniversary may be a young classic, but you already know it's a terrific collector's car.
If you're going to have a special car, it helps to start with it in white. After all, the pristine glow of the paint really helps drive home the look of an exceptionally kept car that has barely gone over 4k miles in its life thus far. This has the sporty GT elements you love, like the fog lights in the grille, optional hood scoop, a body kit, and rear spoiler. This even has the quarter window covers to let this anniversary car look even more like the first-gen fastbacks. What's quite nice about the 45th anniversary cars is that they have the right amount of flair. The special 45th anniversary badging looks big and bright, and the only other chrome that matches it is found on the dual exhaust tips, GT gas cap, and polished 18-inch wheels.
The interior has the terrific look that you can only get from a well-preserved low-mileage machine. Of course, when you do decide to add to the odometer, this Mustang is ready. It's a great driver's setup with leather seats, a power driver's seat, a great-looking sports seeing wheel on a tilt column, and crisp retro-style gauges. It's also loaded with the best features, such as cold-blowing air conditioning, power windows, power locks, keyless entry/alarm, dual airbags, side airbags, ABS, cruise control, and hands-free Bluetooth. The optional touchscreen infotainment system runs the AM/FM/CD stereo, satellite radio, and navigation system. While there are a ton of features in front of you, it's what's above what you're going to like the most. 2009 was the debut of the glass roof option. It was pretty expensive, and so the production numbers were quite low. In fact, when you put together all the factors, this is likely one of less than 3,100 ever made.
Under the hood is the 4.6-liter V8. This 24-valve fuel-injected powerhouse was already rated at a healthy 300 horsepower right from the factory, and the added K&N cold air intake likely unleashes even more ponies from this Mustang GT. This modern motor still fires up with the right kind of growl you want from a legendary power pony. Best of all, you take full control over the power and rumble with the five-speed manual transmission. This coupe also comes with a large list of great anytime driving features such as power steering, four-wheel disc brakes, sway bars front & rear, and grippy BF Goodrich sport tires. So we bet it will be hard to resist not adding to the odometer.
This 45th Anniversary edition is an instant classic, and that's why this remains ultra-clean right down to the undercarriage. So if you're looking for a car with power and pedigree, you found it with this special glass roof Mustang. Call now!
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