2007 Ford Mustang GT Premium 2dr Coupe (4.6L 8cyl 5M)
No rattles, good handling, great mileage for a semi-hot rod. Rear quarter visibility is limited by the fastback design, but this is a nostalgia tradeoff to look like the 68/69 Mustangs. The front seat has great comfort, the back seat never was meant for comfort.
Tremec transmission feels like you're driving an old muscle car.
More optional cubic inches. Make the old 351 or a 392 stroker an option in the GT, it costs no more to build those engines. There needs to be a middle ground between the GT and the Roush. Don't wait for the new Camaro and Challenger to take the market.
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