1999 Ford Mustang Overview


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GT Convertible
Avg. Price: $7,073
GT Coupe
Avg. Price: $5,945
STD Convertible
Avg. Price: $4,780
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4.55 stars

Based on 91 reviews

Every One Needs To Go Out And Get A Mustang And Find Out For There Self! by bond_062956
 — The 1999 35th Anniversary Mustang even with a 3.8 V6 it still has quick acceleration and great fuel economy, 4 wheel disc brakes will stop you on a dime, Traction control for great handling on wet an... Read More
Broken, But Not Defeated by Donna
 — My fav car I've ever owned! Its fantastic pickup (esp. considering it's a 6-cyl.), great handling, & solid body construction saved my life when some moron driving a borrowed Ram with no insurance & a ... Read More
The Old Steeda Stang by Matt
 — This car was a very fast car for a being an automatic, i loved the G-Trac Suspension as it helped alot for hard cornering, this car needed absolutley nothing it was perfect the way she was, the interi... Read More

1999 Ford Mustang Overview

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1999 Ford Mustang

In 1999, Ford went back to honoring 1964 rather than 1965 as the birthdate of its pony car. The 1999 Ford Mustang received a facelift to celebrate its 35th anniversary. The graceful lines of the previous generation were hardened once more, with sharp side scoops and a more dramatic rear fascia.
Every base Mustang and GT had a 35th Anniversary badge on its fenders, but only about 4628 were actually the 35th Anniversary Limited Edition models., identifiable by a black stripe on the hood and a spoiler.
The SVT Mustang Cobra had a 4.6-liter DOHC V8, rated at 320 horsepower. However, this to recall all of its 1999 Cobras to replace the intake manifold and entire exhaust system. Ford received positive press for taking the initiative to recall one of its more popular cars over what proved to be a 15-horsepower differential.


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