Great car! Reliable,strong, stout. Baby it and gas mileage isn't bad. Look for one that's not abused or heavily modified. Automatics tend to slip at around 140,000. Seating position is the the best. Average. Build quality isn't great. Motor and trans are top notch and a straight body is durable. Be careful driving in the rain and forget driving in the snow. A a clean example will hold its value. It's a fun car to drive. It's a mustang so you will get some attention. Very little problems with it. Rear main seal may leak, not expensive to repair. That's also a plus! Up keep is very affordable. Repairs are easy and inexpensive. Great buy!
Power, reliability, stout feel, fun to drive.
Too old to improve. Make sure you buy good quality tires to keep up with the power and torque and keep you safe. Buy good quality brakes. Change oil every three thousand miles and tune it up every year or two.
I got my Mustang a little after my 16th birthday. it has been great. The only problem so far was we had to replace that battery. A few problems her and there, but it is expected with an older car. nothing very serious or expensive!
The Notch Back, Slick Top, Coupe, are the few names this car has been given. This car is the most sought-after by anyone who loves late model Mustangs. It's reputation for being quick, aggressive lane-cuters served the High Way Patrol across the country. It's trunk lid body style makes it lighter by few hundred lbs. It gets attention without asking. You will be asked if you want to sell it. Your reply should be "No, it's a keeper" The engine need not any drastic Mods. Upgrade the exhaust you'll be glad you did. If you own one don't be wreckless. I've seen wrecked ones on a flat bed. Over all I love this car. It's going to be a rare car.
The simplistic square body style. The interior has simple controls for radio and temperature.
The suspension can use some improvement. If it were possible I'd have BMW replace it.
Great car. Built very well, never had any problems other than the usual replacing of water pump, hoses, and alternator after 80 or so thousand miles of driving. The alternator was actually due to not being able to handle my 750w amp and sound system. Vehicle is very easy to work on. Very light. Can't stress that enough, especially compared to todays vehicles. Not nearly as comfortable, but it does have something that todays cars lack, and that's raw excitement. Nothing today feels like the way you do when you stomp on the throttle and hear the 5.0 roar as it sinks you back and makes you feel as if your car is tearing through the wind and clawing at the asphalt. Very exciting.
Light weight! Think of a Ford Focus, (Modern) Honda Civic, Nissan Sentra, etc. But with the hp and torque of an old school pushrod V8. Easy to work on design, huge aftermarket to increase performance to that of, or better than, modern performance. Large cargo space capability (hatchback). Timeless look
No cupholders! Usual rust around the glass frames and hatch. Small width of rear tires don't stand a chance to the globs of torque this small V8 thumps out. Full length sub-frames help a ton with chasis creeks and groans along with a more comfortable ride, to me anyways. By todays standard, more HP.