2004 Ford Mustang GT Deluxe 2dr Convertible (4.6L 8cyl 5M)
I have owned mine for 6 months and am
generally happy with it. This car is a
worthy bearer of the Mach 1 moniker and
accurately recaptures the raw
performance of the late 60s musclecar
era. The DOHC engine is a little peaky
in its power curve compared with the
traditional pushrod V8s so it really
lauches when you hit 3000rpm and makes
some sweet music. The gearing is a bit
low for everyday driving. A two-speed
rear end or 6 spd would be nice to have
Shaker scoop makes the car. Mach 460
stereo sounds great.
Wider wheels and tires like those on
the Cobra. More low end power/torque.
Better interior material quality
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