*shrug* They handle like bathtubs. OK machines but I prefer others such as Challenger for looks or Charger for power...
I don’t like the headlights.
Once you get inside, you can’t see how it looks outside. Most forget that!
I remember the first one at our local dealer. It was an attractive car tho that particular one had a six cylinder and a 3 speed manual on the floor. That was 1964 and I still remember the kid whose family bought that first one.
The thing which surprised people was the price. It was something like $2400.00 or not much more than a falcon. Of course that is really what it was, just a more stylish Falcon.
Even the Falcon had a powerful V8 option tho I think the Mustang may have had a higher top HP rating a 271 HP V8 was available. That was a lot out of a 289.
I’d like a ‘67 instead.
Looks like a Ford on Mitsubishi.
They should have just brought back the full-size late ‘60s body (Boss, fastback, etc.) and let it go at that.
Last week, while driving my 2011 GT 5.0 Supreme, some idiot rear-ended me on the interstate.
Today, I got the news it is totalled.
I just got in from the body shop, removing the tags and gathering my things from it.
Barely 41K miles.
The car is a masterpiece. Everything about it — the power, the handling (amazing), the leather seats, even the gas mileage is exceptional for a 420 hp muscle car. I freaking love that car.
Now, I start my search for a replacement. It is unthinkable that I would consider buying anything else but another 5.0. If I have it my way, that is what I will drive until the day I die.
I like the looks, but will it sell to the traditional Mustang buyers? I hope so...