Top of the line Fords appear to be a
greater value. Plus get this last year
for a proven 5.0L configuration in a
Mustang - classic.
My attempt to save money by purchasing
a 'cost efficient' 1995 Ford Mustang
with a 3.8L V6 and weaker 7.5"
transmission was a huge and costly
If you are still considering a low-end
model at least research it from
Edmunds, NHTSA, and Consumer Affairs
before making a commitment.
SN95 convertible looks great.With added
subframe connectors it is very rigid
and rattle-free. Common parts and
support. Supportive for a man or a
woman owner. No interior leaks. Auto
top operation in 15 secís. Large glass
rear window. It fits a 6'6" driver and
6'0" passenger well.
Add extra wear reinforcement where conv
brackets rub the convertible top -
holed after 4+ years.
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