I took delivery on another Mustang on
November 4th. 2002 Mineral Gray, 3.8
v6, 5 speed. It sits next to my 1967
in the garage. I love it. For a 6
cylinder, the performance feels pretty
good. The manual transmission adds
punch. The handling is terrific. We
love to drive it. Sound system is
fantastic, and the instruments,
controls and drivers seat are very
comfortable. I'd highly recommend
it. Like the 1967, my plan is to keep
it forever. I'll give you another
review in 35 years!
The look of the car is at the top of
my list. It's a beauty. But handling
and drivability is the real attraction
with a Mustang!
Well, it's not a suggested
improvement, just a fact Mustang
owners need to deal with... the back
seat really is useless. Unless you
move the front seats all the way
forward (drive with your knees in your
nostrils) no fully grown adult can sit
in the back comfortably.
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