Mustang GT Convertible
$215.70 Per Month
SINGLE FAMILY OWNERSHIP, NEVER LEFT GA, 43K MILES, ALL-STOCK, VERY CLEAN DROPTOP
The Ford Mustang is now more than 50 years old, but they still represent huge bang for the buck. In 1999 Ford brought out a face-lifted model that gave the formerly soft-looking pony a bit of an edge. This low-mileage 2003 Ford Mustang GT convertible is loaded with options and shows just 43,412 original miles, making it a good choice for fun today when you want a lot of fun for not a lot of cash.
The SN95 Mustangs were a big step forward, but for some their looks were a little soft, so Ford remedied the situation in 1999 with a thoroughly updated Mustang that definitely gained some attitude. Finished in bright silver, this GT ragtop has a subtle look that works rather well with the aggressive body details like the scooped hood and rear wing. You can still see echoes of the original in the C-scoop and running pony emblem, but the profile and sleek overall look are still contemporary today. As a fair-weather cruiser that was always treated like something of value, this Mustang remains in very good condition overall with a decent shine and a few signs of use, most notably a scuff on the left rear fender that's almost invisible. Build quality was quite good by 2003 and even in stock form, this is a great-looking car.
GT models received some interior upgrades, including comfortable leather bucket seats and a long list of standard features. The light gray seats look great and show only minor signs of age, and despite the open-air experience, the leather's in great shape. Nice dark gray carpets are protected by rubber floor mats and the door panels have a darker gray insert that adds a dramatic effect. Everything works properly, including the cold A/C, and the options list includes power windows and locks, cruise control, a tilt wheel, and an AM/FM/CD stereo system. The gauges are big and easy to read, monitoring all the engine's vitals and you'll find that you quickly feel at home when you slide behind the wheel. A redesigned convertible top powers itself in the rear well and sits below the body line, so it looks sleek and clean even without the boot installed. And while Mustangs were never famous for their giant trunks, this one is usefully shaped and shows almost zero signs of use.
The engine is a 4.6 liter SOHC V8 that powered a whole generation of Mustangs following the demise of the 5.0. Almost as easy to modify as its venerable pushrod ancestor, this one remains entirely stock, which is good news if you're looking for a Mustang that hasn't been raced or abused. It runs beautifully, idling smoothly and pulling with seemingly bottomless reserves of torque, and unlike the 5.0, it doesn't seem to run out of breath at high RPM. The engine bay is tidy with a great factory look and you could spend an afternoon cleaning things up to really make it pop. The underside is so clean that it's easy to believe it has never seen snow or winter weather, and the factory catalytic converters and mufflers are still in place, a sure sign of a Mustang that has never been abused. Handsome Torque Thrust-style 17-inch alloys are fitted with 245/45/17 Kumho radials, perhaps only the second or third set of tires this car has ever worn.
Fully operational and very handsome, this is a fast, fun pony car with a lot of history behind it, making it a perennial favorite for summertime driving. Call today!
Seatbelts, Passenger Airbag, Driver Airbag, Anti-Theft System, Power Windows, Power Steering, Power Seats, Power Locks, Power Brakes, Fuel Injection, Four Wheel Disc Brakes, Cruise Control, Anti-Lock Brakes, Tilt Wheel, Leather Seats, Heat, Air Conditioning, Power Convertible Top, Defrost, AM/FM Radio
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- Engine Size
- 4.6L Modular Two-Valve V8
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- 43,412 (Actual)
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- Center Console
Estimated Monthly Payment
Based on 20% down over 96 months