I bought my 93 GT with 77K miles after I sold my 89 Camaro IROC-Z. Stock, the Mustang was on par with my Camaro, but with the 5 speed, and now with a few basic bolt-on's, there is no doubt it would better it. The gears are pretty close, which makes driving very fun, although top end isn't near the Camaro. Braking is behind as well, with rear drums, and the suspension is a bit sloppy with excessive roll. The only bad things Iíve dealt with in the 7K miles Iíve owned this, is that the sunroof leaks a bit and it seems to be leaking oil down near the crank pulley, but with 84K miles on a car such as this, I find these problems to be bearable.
Acceleration and classic looks along with large aftermarket support.
Brakes and the suspension could have been a lot tighter. The interior also shows it's a product of the 80's
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