I bought this car from it's original owner for $1200 with only 98k miles on it.
It was my first car and at 15, I was in love at first site.
Mine was the 4 cylinder with the automatic and it was the most reliable car I've owned yet, even beating out my 91 Accord (chalk one up for America!).
I was proud of my Stang and babied it.
I kept up with it and made sure it was maintained.
The paint never chipped or faded and the styling is classic and unique.
The 4 cylinder was fairly weak, but got about 30 mpg highway and 26 in the city.
My biggest complaint was the lack of a single cup holder in the entire car!
What was Ford thinking?
The most unique body style Mustang to date, and by far my personal favorite.
The motor ran strong until I sold it 2 years and 100k miles after purchasing it.
The tranny, not so much, but for a 93 with 200k miles on the stock motor and tranny, it ran beautifully.
The interior was nice and roomy, with comfortable seats and plenty of room in the backseat and the trunk area.
The 4 cylinder helps keep commercial car economy in a sports styled car
The one flaw with the interior...no cupholders.
Though this is easily fixed by ordering one that takes the place of the ashtray, but you shouldn't have to do it.
The motor was weak, even for a 4 cylinder
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