The car I miss the most..., my 1993 Mustang. This was my first "new" car purchase. The car was awesome! I purchased it from Chino Hills Ford in Chino Hills, CA.
Time for an update. So this is the "mile collector", my daily driver. Needless to say the car's 2005 Ford Mustang and it's not a GT, it's the so called "economical" version *coughV6cough*. V8 might be a bit too feisty on the snow and ice covered roads.
I bought it used and it had been imported from U.S (Nevada, If I remember right). It had 60 000 miles on it and it's in good condition. Over here where I live these new (2005 ->) Mustangs are still quite a rare sight, so they get their share of attention.
But anyways, in overall, it's a great car, fun even on the long distance trips.
Only problem is it stirs up the competitive side in other motorists with its streetfighter looks ;) .
1993 Mustand LX, 5.0L 302ci V8, 5-speed, traction-lok rear end, white exterior, black interior. It was amazing how responsive this car was to "tweaks." I simply bumped the timing and bolted on a set of BBK equal length ceramic coated headers, a DynoMax cat-back exhaust, and added a set of BBK lowering springs, and 245 Goodyear Eagles in the rear. This car was quick, sounded bitchin, and drove great! I'd love to have this car today.
Car: 2005 Ford Mustang V6
Engine: 4.0 SOHC liter V6
Output: 210 hp @ 5300 rpm, 240 lb-ft @ 3500 rpm
Performance: 0-60 MPH: 6.9, 1/4 mile ET: 15.310 1/4 mile MPH: 91.010
Transmission: 5-speed automatic
Fully optioned, AC, PW, PL, stereo, 5-sp, cruise, cloth seating surfaces.
Ford's 5R55S 5-speed automatic transmission, power windows, dual power mirrors, front air bags, AM/FM stereo with Ford's Shaker 500 (500 watt peak output) audio system with a 6-disc MP3-compatible CD changer, 16-inch painted aluminum wheels, larger brake discs than the previous generation Mustang with twin-piston calipers in the front and white leather seats. Shaker 500's gone though. Didn't like it.
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