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By today stds it sounds avg to slow, Then again that was decent to good performance in the early 1990's !! Automatic Mustang 1993 ran mid 15's too !!...

Do you feel the same way towards the value of the 1980-1993 Mustangs? Would you say that in 15 years from now the 1999-2004 Mustang body style will equal the value of what the 1980-1993 Mustangs are s...

year for complaints. Of course, T-birds and Mustangs weren't part of the "#1 selling car in America" group, so their numbers were lower. But considering that there were less than 15,000 T...

There hasn't been a SINGLE generation of Mustang which did not see significant power increases within that generation (with the possible exception of the Mustang II cars sold from '74 through '78........

I drive a 1993 Mustang LX hatchback with 2.3l. It has 137 thousand miles on it, and still is running fine. Only problem is it's lack of acceleration, but you can go 100 mph on it even if the gauge onl...

I have a 1993 Mustang with 84,000 miles. It is worth about $4500. I am told by the repair shop that I need a new compressor etc. This is going to cost me $500-$750 in parts and labor. Do I do this...

I saw it as a good compromise. I wanted a mustang convertable but I needed a compact pickup. This has worked out very well for me. I just have not seen more than six other superdome equipped trucks h...

...Carlisle Productions held the All-Ford Nationals. Ford brought several prototype vehicles to the show, along with the production-ready 2005 Mustang and Freestyle....

ford t-bird, 1981 Dodge Colt, 1966 Ford Mustang, 1969 Datsun 2000, 1978 Pontiac Lemans 1969 Mercury Marquis, 1971 Chevy Monte Carlo. I may have missed one or two but my point is that more people wil...

piece of work.....I guess one could say that the Mustang was also a marketing triumph (cetainly nothing new technologically about the car, built on the old Falcon platform) but it was also a styling ...

The C4's that they used in the earlier car's, mustang's, etc, were much stronger. The only way they could last is if they were totally babied. If anyone had a good one, they were one of the few lucky...

However, my friend owns a 67 F-100 Ranger. Yeah, it's basically a early F-150, and has some rust in the floor board. However when you pull into the dragstrip with your 1967 Mustang being trailered by ...

Has anybody wondered why Ford didn't put a 6 speed manual in the new Mustang? The F-bodys had a 6 speed in 1993. I'm just wondering. I haven't seen a test in a magazine even mention it. After owning t...
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