Purchased a GT convertible. Plenty of
power to go with the good looks. Ride
is a typical sports car but very strong
in the corners. The car just jumps
ahead when you put your foot in it. At
60, it is very enjoyable.
Need to improve on the seat belt buckle
that keeps flying thru the ring on the
back of the seat. Seat belt holder
needs to be smaller.
I was the owner of a 94 Roush Stage III
Mustang until 1999. The new 2004
Mustang we bought was all the fun and
excitment that a Mustang was meant to
be. Of course, I rated gas milage low.
The a powerful V8 engine it wasn't made
for going far on a little gas. I knew
that before I drove it home. The car is
fun to drive! That covers it all. I am
a school bus driver and after bouncing
around in a slow moving bus I feel
alive again when I get behind the wheel
of a truly fun car. With the satellite
option in the radio and the Mach 460
sound system it has great performance
from a factory stereo as well..
5 speed transmission, CONVERTABLE TOP,
Poweer Steering and of course the V8
under the hood. Speed sensitive Sound
Better coloring of the inerior door
panels. They seem to fade where they
are heated to mold the plastic
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