I purchased my Stang in Sept. 2004 for a weekend driver. I am very pleased with the 2.3l. I have replaced the stock rims with a set of 17 inch Cobra R wheels with 245/45/17 tires on them. Have entered it in a couple car shows so far. I will purchase another Mustang if this one ever wears out. Good driver. Gets lots of looks on the road,
The feature i wanted was the rag top. V8 would have been nice but not required.
When I purchased this vehicle 5 years it was with the intention of just using it for pleasure. I have done some cosmetic work to the car since I have owned it such as replace the yellowed headlights, carpet and stereo. Mechanically the only thing I have done is the routine up keep. Oil changes etc. 2.3L is a very reliable motor but not the most powerful, though it does move the car around nicely. The car is thirteen years old and runs like a charm. I am a die hard Mustang fan and would recommend owning one.
1992 Ford Mustang Convertible LX 5.0 2dr Convertible
An honest, fun, and dependable car.
One watre pump in 94,000 miles and
still running on the original clutch.
The engine just goes and goes and goes
and the manual transmission is rock
solid. Everything works the way it
should, but it is a convertible.
There will be squeeks and wind noise,
but nothing beats it with the top down
and that low rumble coming from the
5.0 liter V8!
Out down the top, crank up the tunes,
and marvel at nature while you listen
to that indestructible V8.
Find a way to increase structural
rigidity of the convertible. Ford has
apparently addressed this in the
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