by 95horsefly on Jun 8, 2013 Vehicle: 1995 Ford Mustang GT 2dr Coupe
I bought my 95 GT in 1998 for $15k with 17K miles on it. Regular maintenance at 3K miles with only mobil1 synthetic oil.
It now has 127K miles and after 14 yrs it needed the auto trans rebuilt.
Motors for both pwr windows and driver seat
needed replacing along with odometer/speedometer gear.
Otherwise gr8 car. No takeoff with stock 2.73
gears. Now have 3.55 its way better. Avg 20 miles per gallon normal driving. Love interior and the cloth seats are comfortable and durable. Still looks new. Backseats fold down allowing transport of long objects. I love this body style and the car is solid and quiet inside.
I recommend buying a mustang for fun and reliability over long term ownership.
by Brandon349 on Aug 6, 2010 Vehicle: 1995 Ford Mustang GT 2dr Coupe
i have owned a 99 mustang before this i got hit it was totaled so i bought the 95 5.0 and this is a beauty although id like it to have a little more horsepower than 215 i can't complain because just having the 5.0 makes a big difference than a 4.6 in it handles ok i would like to see it handle better but it's a great ride and i will always have it until the doors fall off then ill fix it and keep it rolling when i bought it it had 87k miles i've put a lot on since i had it now it has 112 which is still very low i did just have a major service done to it and it's in flawless condition its my baby and i absolutely love it
by dust on Nov 27, 2007 Vehicle: 1995 Ford Mustang GT 2dr Coupe
I have had my Mustang for a little over 3 years. It has been through a lot, it was originally a 3.8, but I can't stand that engine, it's crap. So I put a 5.0 in it and love it. I'm going to put a lot of money in it in the near future. I believe it should have more performance from all the talk, but it is ok and it has a lot of potential. If the money is put into it smart, then it can be one of the finest looking cars around. And I only gave 3,500$ for mine.
by Scooter on Dec 6, 2004 Vehicle: 1995 Ford Mustang GT 2dr Coupe
Low-end grunt of the pushrod 302 is tons of fun, especially on city streets. With a few well selected, simple modifications, the car absolutely comes to life, while maintaining it's reliablity, and daily driver ease. The factory brakes are solid, interior and exterior design are solid, handles solid. The gas mileage around town is ok, but in it's pretty good on the freeway, getting about 24 mpg. I would recommend this car to anyone, it has been great for me. No other car offers this combination of performance, looks, reliablity, and comfort for the price.
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