1995 Ford Mustang Overview


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GT Convertible
41 national listings
GT Coupe
Avg. Price: $5,008
GTS Coupe
Avg. Price: $4,977
STD Convertible
6 national listings
STD Coupe
35 national listings

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Average User Score

4.55 stars

Based on 90 reviews

My Favorite Was My Lx5.0, Bit This Was A Close Second. by BigKen
 — Got the v6 b/c the GT didn't provide that much better performance for the upcharge in price. Decided to use the money elsewhere (cobra spoiler, side exhaust, 17" cobra rims & 255/45 all around, white... Read More
Love My Pony! by chancy95
 — I love my Pony! I have wanted one since I knew what a Mustang was. I finally got mine a little over 2 years ago. My hubby is not a big Ford fan, or should I say he wasn't. He loves it too. He always w... Read More
The V6 Stang! by David
 — -Performance: the acceleration is ok when you get past about 20mph the car becomes pritty quick with a 3.8L motor, braking is good, with the low-pros it hugs the curves vary well -build Quality: since... Read More

1995 Ford Mustang Overview

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1995 Ford Mustang

The 1995 Ford Mustang was created with an earlier model in mind. The 1995 Mustang was built with a respectful nod to the original 1964 Mustang. Not only was the exterior made to look like the earlier car with its segmented taillights and side scoops, but engines were available to recall the excitement associated with America's first pony car.

Among the most popular trim was the very limited edition 1995 Mustang SVG Cobra and Cobra R with its incredibly powerful 351-ci V8 was rated at 300 horsepower. Ford originally released only 100 of the Cobra R's, then added a Special Vehicles Team to the project to increase this number to 250. After realizing that many of these models were being held as collectibles, Ford started selling only to active drivers in order to get their crown jewel on the road and visible.


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