2002 Ford Mustang GT Convertible
The 1999 model year saw Ford working within their 'New Edge' design theme. For the Mustang, it meant a visual return to muscle. The first-generation influence is obvious from all sides, but the mix of chiseled lines and sharply curved angles allowed the car to maintain its modern identity.
For consignment, a GT version of the iconic Mustang, and a convertible for some extra fun. Hop in and run like the wild horses it is named for. I could use all caps for the description, but I'll allow you to visit personally or through the fantastic quality photos online and let it scream at you itself.
Zinc Yellow Clearcoat with a black contrasting canvas top with a glass window in back, rear deck lid spoiler, tinted glass, and a very raked windscreen, have this car moving fast forward when it's standing still. 17-inch Anthracite Bullitt wheels adorn all 4 corners, and these are wrapped by P245/45/ZR17 rubber. A hood scoop and rear quarter panel hockey stick scoops, and overall aero design and let the screaming begin!
Articulated Sport Dark Charcoal leather bucket seats, embroidered with prancing horse, flank a center console that has a spacious glovebox/armrest, cup holder, and the shifter for the 5-speed manual transmission. In back is a well cared for 2 plus 2 bench setup. Conveniences include power windows, power mirrors, power locks, a leather wrapped steering wheel with remote controls for feet free cruise control. Speaking of feet, you can take off your shoes and curl your toes in the thick black pristine carpeting in this pony car's floors. Factory air, premium sound (Mach 1000 Sound System) and a AM/FM/ 6-CD changer stereo will make it that you'll never want to get out! And actually I have not, I'm literally writing from this car...now that's a first!
The 4.6Liter SOHC EFI V8 engine with a 5-speed Tremec 3650 manual transmission is seen within the near perfect engine bay. On back is a Ford 8.8-inch rear pumpkin, and a 3.27 Trac-Loc rear axle.
It never ceases to amaze me observing the care these cars get by their obsessive owners. I'm moving into this garage. No rust unibody with the factory overspray still on, some surface rust on the usual suspects, but very clean overall with no runs drips or errors seen underneath. What I do see is independent coil sprung suspension for the front, and a 4 link with more coil-springs for the back. An original exhaust is on, and shiny brightly as are power disc brakes on all 4 corners.
This was a dual test driver car and my cohort crack decoder and mechanical confidant took it out for a spin. Here we experienced all working functions, smooth acceleration, quick bias free stopping, and overall low mileage feel and look for this drop topper. We had to don our ear protection due to the constant screaming of the paint and engine when we got goosey with our boots!
Low 28,120 miles on this 'stang which is an aero look, but still harkening back to its roots with the triple taillights, inset round interior gauges, and hockey stick coves on the doors. Well maintained one owner car runs and screams like it's new and has been stolen!
F-Ford Motor Company
F-Manual Belts, Front Airbags
P45-Mustang GT Convertible
X-4.6L V8 260hp
F-Dearborn, MI Assy Plant
219765-Sequential Unit Number
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This vehicle is located in our showroom in Morgantown, Pennsylvania, conveniently located just 1-hour west of Philadelphia on the I-76 Pennsylvania Turnpike. The website is www.classicautomall.com and our phone number is (888) 227-0914. Please contact us anytime for more information or to come see the vehicle in person.