The car runs great with a
2.3L, I had to replace the air pipe
just for preference of air flow, the
list of repairs: Starter, alternator,
timing belt, battery, front brake pads,
clutch cable, master cylinder (still
don't know if it actually needed it
though), Brake preassure splicer, door
handle, center console peices, twice.
The rotors are now warped and I think
theres something wrong with the
differential. I think whoever had the
car before me didn't take care of it.
5 spd. good pick-up, for a 2.3L, good
actual motor, just ford's other parts
that suck. excellent on gas, 25/35MPG.
better air intake, stronger door
handles/console peices, factory stereo
sucked, but all ford stereos from that
time do. Parts are outragfously
priced, go aftermarket only, if
possible. seats need to be more durable
I have a 92' LX Coupe and have never had a problem with this car. I have driven through rain, snow, and sand, and you would never know it. The car has a strong engine (as far as 2.3L/105hp go), is reliable, and has the best looking body (88'-93')of all mustangs. Its ok on fuel(370 miles per tank highway, 200 city or 24/13). Over the years maintenance has been affordable...and that is the key. Oil changes and fixing problems as they occur has kept this car in mint condition. The only problem that I have consistently is that the steering wheel vibrates over 60 mph. But lucky for me my 2.3L doesn't make it much past there.
My favorite feature is the Mustang emblem on the front-right side dash.
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