by isaias5885 on Feb 12, 2009 Vehicle: 1990 Ford Mustang
This was supposed to my project car. I own a 2005 Scion Tc also. Since I bought the Mustang I haven't driven the Tc. This 5.0 is amazing. Just a full tune up and I was having the time of my life. I'm never selling this car.
by streets on Jan 8, 2009 Vehicle: 1990 Ford Mustang
We've owned this car for over 15 years and despite the great expense and poor performance, my husband wouldn't get rid of it until a truck totaled it while parked (thank you truck driver). Very loud car. Due to the convertible pillars, vision was lousy. The car could not drive in any little bit of snow, and was even pretty unsafe in the rain. We experienced the overall quality of early 1990's Ford cars, which is to say expensive to maintain with many quality control issues.
by Gene on Feb 22, 2007 Vehicle: 1990 Ford Mustang
Bought new and kept that way with less than 35,000 miles on Jan 1 2007. Expect to maintain new status at least 15 more years. Driven by a now 'age- challenged' man, never wrecked nor even scratched. Style lines very much reminiscent of 66 / 67 Mustang. Elegant and functional. Next outing Easter, then the July 4 parade (as usual). I fight off the offers for the car. After all it's not broken in good - yet. All its original parts still produce the Mustang sound. They hear me coming!
by sds1433 on Mar 12, 2004 Vehicle: 1990 Ford Mustang
I have been driving this car for years
now and the only time it is serviced is
for oil changes and tune ups. For
eight years of driving and 126,000
miles I couldn't ask for a more
reliable automobile!!! Never had any
problem with the convertible top
either. Still does not leak.
by SpeedOne on May 16, 2003 Vehicle: 1990 Ford Mustang
This is a great car to drive short
distances, but the poor suspension and
lack of good seats make long drives
difficult. The sound system is good,
but you can't hear it without blasting
when you drive over 45 miles per hour
(and in this car, the fun begins much
faster than that!).
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