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1998 Ford Mustang Overview


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GT Convertible
Avg. Price: $6,690
GT Coupe
50 national listings
Avg. Price: $5,139
STD Convertible
21 national listings
Avg. Price: $5,069
STD Coupe
75 national listings
Avg. Price: $4,083

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Average User Score

4.45 stars

Based on 67 reviews

Runs, Drives And Looks Great. by self321
 — I bought the car with 70,000 miles and started using synthetic oil then. The car has 130,000 miles now and I think it runs better now than it did when I bought it. I have heard thar Ford discourages t... Read More
Amazing by Mike
 — I own and love my 1998 mustang gt. It's a 5spd V8 and 0-60 is faster than i can remember. It's been built FORD tough and ive only had to fix something that the guy before me broke. the paintjob is met... Read More
Lots Of Mods, Looks Good, Runs Well. by Aaron
 — I have put about $7000 into modifying this car. Engine mods include new cam, big valve heads, p&p intakes, CAI, UDP, and more. It has H&R sport springs, caster/camber plates, and new shocks/struts. Go... Read More

1998 Ford Mustang Overview

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Based on 67 reviews

1998 Ford Mustang

The 1998 Ford Mustang had few changes from the 1996 Mustang and 1997 Mustang. The Saleens were so close to one another that many refer to the car as the "1997-1998 Saleen."

The GT did manage to find an extra 10 horsepower somewhere, moving from 215 to 225 with a similar 4.6-liter V8.


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I Have A 1998 Ford Mustang Gt Convertible.

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1998 Ford Mustang - Where Does This Vehicle Top Out On Milage? 100,000 - 1...

I am considering buying my nieces 1998 ford mustang with 108,000 miles on it for my son's first car. I am wondering how this car rates in milage. At about 15-20,000 miles a year, I am wondering if i...

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