1993 Ford Mustang GT 5.0 from North America
More power for your Dollar!
No real problems to report... This car eats rear tires, but I guess that is to be expected in a pony car.
I've broken a total of 6 lug nuts, which is a bit puzzling to me as I have never used slicks or drag radials on this car.
Disk brakes all around would be nice in a car that can see the naughty side of 150mph stock.
All I can say is that I love this car! It handles well enough to give E36 M3 drivers headaches, (prior owner lowered the car and added adjustable shocks and struts) With rear-gears and exhaust the car has enough oats to spin tires from a 30 mph punch. The ride with the lowered suspension is firm, but not punishing, this car is often driven on the crater-scape that is laughably called streets in D.C..
Would you buy another car from this manufacturer? Yes
Review Date: 6th October, 2003