I can't believe that Edmunds lists the
Mustang at the price it does when it
is a great car, plenty of power, and
has NEVER broken down on me.
The only thing I worry about with the
car is driving on snow.....then it's a
sled. But then again, who else is
gonna wanna drive a high
performance car on ice?
i like my car alot. This car has been the biggest pain. Transmission went out
at 120,000.Water pump went out at 121,000. The alternator went out at
122,000. I still have this car. Im hoping that eventually everything will be
No question, the fox-body 5.0 mustangs
are the greatest performance deal
today. While the platform is not the
greatest for corner carvers, the thrill
of the small block torque will put a
smile on your face everytime. Plus
they are VERY reliable. I and many
people I know drive them like they
stole them and they still run strong
many miles later, (mine has over
140k!..and that is not uncommon).Also,
the amount of aftermarket support for
this car is astounding.
this car has been a dream....... i own
a 68 mustang and as a second car i
bought a mitsubishi eclipse...... I'LL
NEVER GO FORIEGN AGAIN!!!! I bought
this mustang and i love it........ its
a blast to drive...... needs better
brakes but other than that its a bad
@$$ little car.
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