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1992 Bright Red Ford Mustang

$ 19,995


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Fort Worth, TX   76137 Model Year: 1992 Mileage: 40983
VIN: 1FACP42E8NF116775 Engine Displacement:
Exterior Color: Red Transmission: 4 Speed Automatic
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The Fox Mustangs are more than 40 years old now. I'm going to let that sink in while you look at how clean this 1992 Mustang GT hatchback still looks. Bright red paint gives it a high-profile and serious attitude, while a powerful 5.0 provides plenty of old-school V8 motivation. Affordable fun, that has always been the Mustang's mantra, and this very reasonably priced, low-mile hatchback definitely delivers.

The clean lines made the GT incredibly popular in the early '90s, and everyone knew to look for the 5.0 badges and slick ground effects on these beauties. Today these are still able to turn heads and the clean, unmolested lines of this GT look as good as ever. The Bright Red paint job is all original, showing remarkably little wear that is quite frankly not commensurate with its age and mileage. This Stang has been babied and garage kept since new! There are no indications that this car has been raced, wrecked, or otherwise mistreated either, with doors that close easily and great panel alignment throughout, reinforcing the idea that someone took great care of this car. The infamous '5.0' badges remain in place on the front fenders (along with an added 'Mach 1' decal out back), so it's got the right look, and they kept the stock bumpers and rear spoiler, suggesting that the guy who owned this car understood restraint. If you're looking for a car to upgrade or turn into something amazing, this is what you want to start with. And even as it sits, it's probably more fun per dollar than anything else we've got!

The Titanium Gray leather interior is in great shape, offering stock bucket seats that provide plenty of bolster support for both the driver and passenger. The door panels, center console, and the rear seat are all quite nice, and even the headliner remains taut, further showing off the limited wear accrued with only 40,983 miles on the clock. Ford's fat steering wheel feels great in your hands, with an airbag added just a couple years before, and the relatively upright greenhouse makes the Mustang very user-friendly in traffic, where it's the ultimate point-and-shoot machine. The original gauges are all fully operational and the factory A/C blows ice cold, so this is a car you can still drive every day. Other options include power windows and locks, cruise control, and the original AM/FM/cassette stereo, making this a fairly loaded GT that looks today like it did in 1992. With rear seats that fold down, cargo capacity is impressive and the trunk area shows only minor wear despite being nearly 30 years old. Even the original cargo cover is still in great shape!

The venerable 5.0-liter HO V8 under the hood was the go-to powerplant in the 1990s and it remains fast and fun today. The hard part is finding one that hasn't been modified, raced, and abused, but this one appears to be almost entirely stock, save for a lightly tuned PCM for some added horsepower, although the stock PCM is included with the sale in case you're a purist. Still wearing its original intake manifold, throttle body, and even the stock valve covers, it's one of those untouched cars that just seems to run and drive better than most. On paper, 225 horsepower and 300 pounds of torque don't sound amazing to us today, but in reality, this is still a very fast car that has few peers on the street. Thanks to the quick-shifting AOD 4-speed automatic transmission, it snaps through traffic with real authority, and the original 8.8-inch rear end has 2.73 gears inside so it's awesome on the highway. 16-inch five-spoke wheels look great on the Fox body and carry 225/55/16 performance radials that give it the right Mustang stance.

Still fast and still fun after all these years, this is the kind of 5.0 Mustang GT that turned us all into car guys. Documented with its original window sticker and a stack of maintenance receipts, this is the one you don't want to miss out on. Call today!


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