Where do I begin?
I just had to get rid of my Mustang
because I needed more room being a
musician and student, and I really
didn't want my car to get in the
middle of some war path of dents,
scratches, and high mileage. (I drive
a 2000 Ford Explorer Sport now.)
Although this car was a 6 cyl
automatic, it was still a Mustang, and
it was so much fun to drive.
The body style was awesome, and sure
it turned heads...I was
very "neurotic" about this vehicle; it
was my pride and joy. I would highly
recommend this car to any "car
obsessed" person like myself who can't
afford the high insurance on a GT. I
will own another one VERY soon.
The first thing that comes to mind is
the color, which was a deep garnet.
Also, I loved the sound- great exhaust
sound for a 6 cyl- (Factory headers).
The 1998 was the last year Ford put
headers on the 6 cyl Mustang- this one
sounds better than a year 2003 6 cyl!
Gas. The gas mileage wasn't HORRIBLE,
but what does anyone expect with a
ride like this? It's not going to
conserve gas like a Honda; it's a
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