213 Thornton Rd
Lithia Springs, GA
Lithia Springs, GA
You already know us for vintage cars, but we love the young classics, too. That's why this 2000 Ford Mustang GT is such a favorite. After all, it has desirable features like the 4.6-liter V8 and this one has ultra-low mileage. It makes for a crisp and clean example from one of the most distinct eras of this pony car.
Finished in beautifully bright factory shade of Crystal White, this is the coupe for those who like their Mustangs without a retro appearance. The sharp creases of the "New Edge" styling gives it a truly aggressive face. Of course, what helps really makes this GT model a force on the streets is the hood scoop, rear spoiler, and bright dual exhaust tips. And because it averaged 525 miles annually, it's look is far more about preservation than the ones that spent two decades on the highway. Plus, this pony has been upgraded further to make it stand out from the heard with tinted windows and headlights that contrast nicely against the white. And the high-polish Cobra alloys really add a ton of attention-grabbing shine.
Buying a modern/future classic also means getting more modern conveniences. The bucket seats used in this generation are arguably the best-looking factory seats ever offered in a Mustang. It even has the essential running emblem embroidered as a tribute to the original "Pony Package" cars 35 years prior. There are plenty of great features like power windows, cruise control, electric rear defogger, power locks, tilt steering column, and an AM/FM/cassette stereo with separate CD player. And because it's a modern classic there are great factory features you don't get from older vehicles like dual airbags and keyless entry. Plus, the air conditioner runs on modern R134a for ice-cold air today and easy servicing down the road.
Under the hood is the numbers-matching fuel-injected 4.6-liter V8. It has the kind of clean look you expect from a car that has less miles than some other cars get in their first year. This was already a legendary versatile powerhouse, and the addition of a cold air intake just adds to its appeal without altering the main setup. This V8 runs beautifully, idles smoothly, and pulling with seemingly bottomless reserves of torque. So it truly feels like strikes that ideal balance of a modern usefulness that's also nearly ready for classic car plates. Plus, it even has easy everyday driving features like power steering, anti-lock brakes, and a four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive. The result is a coupe that's original where you want it with just the right amount of enhancements to maximize the feeling you love in a GT.
This one is fresh everywhere you look, right down to the factory tags on the suspension and in the engine bay. This is a sports car that has been kept as a collectable for those who are ready to appreciate these sharp-edge, sharp-looking Mustangs. Don't miss this GT, call today!!!
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