I have now owned three Mustangs starting with one from back in the sixtys.
Then one from the early eightys.
My 2000 Mustang is a fun vehicle that is also economical to drive. I am
getting 20+ MPG in in town. It has enough pep to force you back into the
seat and if you get the urge to hit a widing road it gives you the feeling of a
true sprots car. When I was thinking about purchasing it I was worried that it
wouldn't match up to my previous Mustangs. It doesn't have the muscle
from my 67' but it sure handles alot better.
A factory power sun/moon roof would be a nice addition.
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