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Chris writes:
1995 Ford Mustang Review
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handles amazing, turning is very good, acceleration is also very good, and top speed is amazing, its a light car lightest model of the mustang and she moves

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very light not good for winter driving, 5.0L "eats gas like crazy"

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This Car Is Amazing It's Honestly My Dream Car To Own Makes My Life Complete :) — This is a 95 mustang sleeper style originaly purchased with a 3.8L v6 24 valve but engine has been changed to a 5.0L the rear end had to be changed aswell because it couldn't handle the torque of the new 5.0L engine she's and amazing car looks like a 6 but is secretly a v8 "sleeper style" lightest model of the mustang and it goes no questions asked i step on the pedal and this car moves its definately my dream car and am very happy to have purchased it at the age of 18 :)

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jjmtuttle writes:
1995 Ford Mustang GT Convertible Review
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Its a Mustang!

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nothing at all...

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Red Hot And Fun In The Sun — I like everything about this car, its looks great, handles great, fun to drive, Whats not to like its American Muscle Car... Have been every where in this car and has NEVER let me down! almost time to pass it on to my son for him to get some good memory's with it.... Life is Good!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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CTRL writes:
1995 Ford Mustang GT Coupe Review
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Excellent speed capabilities, mod options galore, handles awesome on corners and at high speeds. '95 was the last year for the original 5.0 - Historic value some day....I love the front clip on this ride, it looks down right mean.

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The tail lights suck. The power mirrors vibrate making it hard to see. Location of wind shield washer reservoir not cool. Really hard to keep tread on the tires......;)

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A True High Performance Muscle Car — All around awesome car. Front view looks predatory and the factory headers/dual exhaust growl matches the appearance. The little vents on the hood and sides make it look like the great white shark of cars. Excellent engine coupled with great suspension design and superior braking capabilities round out a truly sick ride.

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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Matthew writes:
1995 Ford Mustang STD Coupe Review
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Great on gas, fun, and good looking.

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small back seats, underpowered.

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Love It And I'd Miss It If I Ever Sold It. — The 3.8v6 is far underpowered for its size, but does provide excellent low end torque for fun in the corners. the back seat is not efficient for anyone over the height of 4 feet, and the front seats slide back far enough for even a tall person like me to drive comfortably. the trunk is roomy but the opening is small, so fitting in large cargo can be difficult. i experienced about 30 mpg freeway and 24 city personally, when i was driving conservatively. on a rough drive it averages 20, still decent fuel economy. The car is wonderful for long trips alone or with another person - the front seats really show their comfort here, and the gas mileage is great for long drives.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Schwartzy writes:
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Acceleration, Handling, Style, Accessories, Visibility, Ride Comfort, Fuel Economy, Reliability

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Back Seats, Snow/Ice performance

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The Perfect Sports Car — This car handles like a dream. It has amazing acceleration, even with just the V6 engine, and the manual shifter results in short throws and silky smooth shifts. It can corner and stop on a dime and leaves you as the driver with a feeling of total control. The front seats have a "cockpit" type feel to them, which I find enjoyable. Fit and finish is excellent, as the interior of the cabin has a very smooth and upscale appearance. I never experienced any rattles or noises stemming from the cabin. The ride is extremely smooth and quiet, and I have put many relaxing highway miles on this car. In summer temps, I have been able to achieve an excellent 30-32 mpg on the highway with the manual transmission, and typically average around 25 mpg in city driving. Visibility is excellent, and parking is easy. The fiberglass construction of the entire exterior means that rust will never be a problem, an added bonus. The Mustang was not designed for winter driving, and it shows. Handling in the snow and ice is extremely poor, made more so by the manual transmission. I drove this year-round and learned to manage its deficiencies in winter weather, but I do not recommend winter driving in this car. The back seats are difficult to access for passengers, due to the 2-door coupe design. The back seats can, however, be folded down level with the floor of the trunk, allowing for long objects to be hauled with little problems as long as they are no more than 1-2 feet in height. I drove this car hard, but never had any mechanical problems aside from the head gaskets blowing around 120,000 miles. The exhaust system tends to rust, I highly recommend replacing with stainless steel if you live in a northern climate. For several years, this car provided me with the most enjoyable driving experience I've ever had. Acceleration, cornering, handling, and braking were all excellent and gave me a feeling of being in absolute control of the road. Whether joy-riding in town, going for a spin on back roads, or cruising on the highway, this car fit the bill. Highway driving in particular stands out, as road noise is minimal, the ride is extremely comfortable and relaxed, and acceleration makes navigating heavy traffic no problem at all. The Mustang is an excellent, excellent car for any mid-sized individual or couple who enjoys a refined driving experience, but is not suitable for families due to the difficulty of access and size of the rear seat, and may not be suitable for large individuals due to the cockpit type design of the front seats.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Josh50050 writes:
1995 Ford Mustang GTS Coupe Review
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fun zippy car that is not bad on gas and the paint is still in such good condition people think it is only a couple years old.

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very poor grip for winter driving. could use different gearing.

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Daily Driver — good car other then basic maintenance the only problem i had was one of the tranny oil lines connected to the rad burst off one day and drained all the atf onto the road and the rotors needed replacing nothing major. 45$ worth of gas gets me 250-300km

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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powerful for a v6 i love the bucket style seats in the front

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the backseat

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Its A Very Good Car — good car just not meant for more than 4 people to sit in it because there is very little room in the backseat but besides that it is very powerful and alot of fun to drive it will leave a nice black mark for just being stock

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Richard writes:
1995 Ford Mustang GT Convertible Review
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Fun and functional

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Winter driving

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Always Wanted One And I Wouldnt Trade Her For Anything — She's not the fastest, or the prettiest (though she's pretty damn close) I'm very happy with Lady Heather. We enjoy the casual drives and embarassing tuner boys in front of their girlfriends. Engine runs as good as shes sounds and I can pin my needle at 150mph!

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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I miss and don't at the same time

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It was keyed on the drivers side when I bought

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Was A Awesome Drive Loved Every Minute — It was a good Mustang GT for someone in High School could have. Nothing can be more fun then a man and a real car. Ford was the only true car company when it came to sports cars. They did not rely on v6 engines and front wheel drive to sell cars, that's for people who do not know how to drive. They did not get ride of there top sports car in 2002. Last thing is it was built in America.

Primary Use: Sport/fun (spirited driving, track racing, off-roading, etc.)

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Coady writes:
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its sharp looking

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it sucks on gas

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Wondeful — I am currently driving this car and i have to say its my favourite so far.. i grew up with Fords and I just always loved Mustangs theyre my favourite car and ive never been so happy to own one

Primary Use: Commuting to work

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