Used 2003 Ford Mustang 2dr Conv Deluxe

Stock Number:5142
Mileage:94,290
Exterior Color:Dark Shadow Grey Clearcoat Metallic
Interior Color:Dark Charcoal
VIN:1FAFP44413F412753
Engine:Gas V6 3.8L/232
Body Type:Convertible
Transmission:4-Speed Automatic w/OD
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  • (2) Pwr points
  • 120 mph speedometer
  • 6-way pwr driver seat
  • Air conditioning
  • Cloth reclining front bucket seats w/2-way head restraints
  • Dual illuminated covered visor vanity mirrors
  • ETR AM/FM stereo radio w/CD player
  • Front floor console w/armrest, storage bin, cup holders
  • Front/rear color-keyed floor mats
  • Light group-inc:dome lamps integral w/mirror, front door courtesy switches,
  • Locking glove box
  • Pwr door locks
  • Pwr quarter windows
  • Pwr windows w/driver-side express down
  • Rear bench seat
  • Rear window defroster
  • Remote keyless entry
  • Securilock anti-theft system
  • Speed control
  • Tachometer, trip odometer, voltmeter, temp/fuel/oil pressure gauges
  • Tilt steering wheel
  • 15.7 gallon fuel tank
  • 16" mini-spare tire w/steel wheel
  • 16" x 7" 5-spoke bright cast aluminum wheels
  • 3.8L SMPI V6 engine
  • Coil-spring 4-bar link rear suspension
  • Engine block heater *Std & only available on non-fleet vehicles in AK, MN, ND, SD, MT, WI, WY*
  • HD 130-amp alternator
  • Modified MacPherson strut front suspension w/front stabilizer bar
  • P225/55TR16 all-season BSW tires
  • Pwr 4-wheel disc brakes
  • Pwr rack & pinion steering
  • Rear wheel drive
  • 3-point active restraint safety belts
  • Child seat tether anchor brackets
  • Driver & front passenger second generation airbags
  • Dual note horn
  • In-trunk safety release w/glow-in-the-dark handle
  • Color-keyed pwr mirrors (RH convex)
  • Color-keyed rocker moldings
  • Composite hood w/flow-through scoop
  • Front/rear color-keyed fascias
  • Pwr retractable convertible top
  • Tinted glass
  • Variable intermittent windshield wipers

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The Ford Mustang debuted in April of 1964 as either a coupe or convertible with six or eight cylinders under the hood, and became a national sensation. Ford sold hundreds of thousands of Mustangs, convincing General Motors and Chrysler Corporation to release their own variations on the theme. By the late 1960s, the Mustang competed against the AMC Javelin, Chevrolet Camaro, Dodge Challenger, Plymouth Barracuda and Pontiac Firebird. But, like Elvis Presley, the Mustang had evolved from a lightweight and simple sporty car into an overweight and flashy muscle car. By the time the oil crisis of 1973 hit, the Mustang had lost its edge in terms of performance and appeal. Reborn for 1974, the Mustang II rode on a Pinto platform to save development costs and improve fuel economy. Emissions regulations had stifled performance, and the convertible model had disappeared from the lineup. The mid-1970s represented a dismal time for the American automobile industry, and the emasculation of the Ford Mustang is perhaps the greatest example of what went wrong in the middle of this decade. Not surprisingly, sales reached an all-time low during this period of time. Still, Ford wasn't ready to give up on the Mustang. In 1979, it was completely redesigned. There was even a performance model with a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine, and a stripes-and-decals Cobra version. The new Mustang proved popular, and by 1982, Ford had endowed it with a relatively strong (for the time) V8 engine and the GT designation that continues today. General Motors released a sexy new Camaro and Firebird duo in '82, so Ford countered by continually updating the Mustang GT and engineering a special turbocharged performance model called the SVO. In the late 1980s, Mustang enthusiasts heard that Ford planned to replace the rear-drive model with a front-drive car based on a Mazda. Recoiling in revulsion, these purists bombarded Ford with hate mail, effectively convincing corporate brass to keep the all-American Mustang as it was and release the new vehicle under development as the Probe. This delay meant Ford needed to market the existing and aged Mustang beyond its expiration date until a suitable replacement could be styled and engineered. To retain buyer interest, Ford kept boosting power and improving the Mustang in subtle but effective ways. The new car arrived in 1994 wearing retro styling cues such as tri-bar taillights and a side scoop. Inside, a dual-cowl dashboard provided plenty of pizzazz. A coupe and convertible were available, with either a V6 or V8 engine. A Cobra model with added horsepower and special performance upgrades paced the Indianapolis 500 that year. In 1999, the Mustang was updated with boxy new styling and more power. The Cobra was said to make more horsepower than it actually did, which made buyers who wanted tire-smoking launches more than a bit upset. The 2003 Ford Mustang appeals to those who love the burble of a V8, the handling of rear-wheel drive and the appeal of a legendary car with long and storied history. #carshow #cars #carsofinstagram #drive_#driver #auto #carshows #carlifestyle #audi #tires #bmw #mercedes #sportscars #ferrari #lamborghini #customcars #classiccars #chevy #classic #carsdaily #honda #car #autos #camaro #porsche911 #wheels #porsche #vehicles #vehicle #nissan # altima #toyota #Ford # Mustang #Chevrolet # BMW #Accord
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Used 2003 Ford Mustang 2dr Conv Deluxe

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Retail Price:Call Us
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Stock Number:5142
Mileage:94,290
Exterior Color:Dark Shadow Grey Clearcoat Metallic
Interior Color:Dark Charcoal
VIN:1FAFP44413F412753
Engine:Gas V6 3.8L/232
Body Type:Convertible
Transmission:4-Speed Automatic w/OD
Check Availability Make an Offer  Carfax
The Ford Mustang debuted in April of 1964 as either a coupe or convertible with six or eight cylinders under the hood, and became a national sensation. Ford sold hundreds of thousands of Mustangs, convincing General Motors and Chrysler Corporation to release their own variations on the theme. By the late 1960s, the Mustang competed against the AMC Javelin, Chevrolet Camaro, Dodge Challenger, Plymouth Barracuda and Pontiac Firebird. But, like Elvis Presley, the Mustang had evolved from a lightweight and simple sporty car into an overweight and flashy muscle car. By the time the oil crisis of 1973 hit, the Mustang had lost its edge in terms of performance and appeal. Reborn for 1974, the Mustang II rode on a Pinto platform to save development costs and improve fuel economy. Emissions regulations had stifled performance, and the convertible model had disappeared from the lineup. The mid-1970s represented a dismal time for the American automobile industry, and the emasculation of the Ford Mustang is perhaps the greatest example of what went wrong in the middle of this decade. Not surprisingly, sales reached an all-time low during this period of time. Still, Ford wasn't ready to give up on the Mustang. In 1979, it was completely redesigned. There was even a performance model with a turbocharged 2.3-liter four-cylinder engine, and a stripes-and-decals Cobra version. The new Mustang proved popular, and by 1982, Ford had endowed it with a relatively strong (for the time) V8 engine and the GT designation that continues today. General Motors released a sexy new Camaro and Firebird duo in '82, so Ford countered by continually updating the Mustang GT and engineering a special turbocharged performance model called the SVO. In the late 1980s, Mustang enthusiasts heard that Ford planned to replace the rear-drive model with a front-drive car based on a Mazda. Recoiling in revulsion, these purists bombarded Ford with hate mail, effectively convincing corporate brass to keep the all-American Mustang as it was and release the new vehicle under development as the Probe. This delay meant Ford needed to market the existing and aged Mustang beyond its expiration date until a suitable replacement could be styled and engineered. To retain buyer interest, Ford kept boosting power and improving the Mustang in subtle but effective ways. The new car arrived in 1994 wearing retro styling cues such as tri-bar taillights and a side scoop. Inside, a dual-cowl dashboard provided plenty of pizzazz. A coupe and convertible were available, with either a V6 or V8 engine. A Cobra model with added horsepower and special performance upgrades paced the Indianapolis 500 that year. In 1999, the Mustang was updated with boxy new styling and more power. The Cobra was said to make more horsepower than it actually did, which made buyers who wanted tire-smoking launches more than a bit upset. The 2003 Ford Mustang appeals to those who love the burble of a V8, the handling of rear-wheel drive and the appeal of a legendary car with long and storied history. #carshow #cars #carsofinstagram #drive_#driver #auto #carshows #carlifestyle #audi #tires #bmw #mercedes #sportscars #ferrari #lamborghini #customcars #classiccars #chevy #classic #carsdaily #honda #car #autos #camaro #porsche911 #wheels #porsche #vehicles #vehicle #nissan # altima #toyota #Ford # Mustang #Chevrolet # BMW #Accord
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