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1993 Ford Mustang LX Convertible RWDReview
Alex writes:
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My 'stang — I like my sound system. It is so slow though has good handling but sucks. And considering it is a 4 banger and gets less than 20 mpg its kinda irritating. But it's convertible so that makes it alright. Not bad for a first car but I can't wait to upgrade :)

Pros: Sound system and its a convertible.

Cons: Horrible performance and mpg.

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1993 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 Hatchback RWDReview
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My Favorate Mustang — Performance : nice perfomance , light body , one of the best tuning cars Build Quality : few problems with the gears but will solved with gear cooler Appearance : love the body shape Cost of Ownership : maintenance: cost nothing Fun Factor : real fun car , good for street racing or drag

Pros: light body , strong engine , a real dragster

Cons: need better handling :(

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1993 Ford Mustang LX Coupe RWDReview
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Gets Me From A To B — its old, which i like old cars... its not the fastest thing but it looks sharp. im gona slap some cobra rims on it, thatll look good.its not the roomiest thing, but it is a small car.. lol and im 6'4. but it worth it. its a good first car.

Pros: its got a nice radio, so i can hook my ipod up to it

Cons: that i cant drive it yet

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1993 Ford Mustang LX Hatchback RWDReview
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My '93 Pony — OK... If you know me you know my "Little Car". It runs amazingly for being 16 years old... Acceleration is a little slow, brakes perfectly, and handles like a dream. An amazingly sturdy build, had the car for a little over a year and have only replaces the starter and a radiator. My car was abused as a youngster haha it has a fist mark and a dent from somebody taking their anger out on it, Red with a Grey interior. I get about 27 MPG and have only spent about $300 in maintenance with oil changes and tires. I LOVE driving my car its a ton of fun and would recommend it to ANYBODY who wants a neat little sports car.

Pros: Easy to drive, low cost (gas mileage and maitinance), over all amazing car.

Cons: Nothing bad to say about it.

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1993 Ford Mustang GT Hatchback RWDReview
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Faster — this thing flies..need a pilots lincence for this one.I have put a lot of work in this car and still want too go faster.if you want the best bang for your buck get one of these.theres way tooooo many upgrades done too list but anyone whos been with me can say its fast...

Pros: losts of power

Cons: not enough room

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1993 Ford MustangReview
Byron writes:
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My Ride — ya my car his actually pretty sweet. tis a 93 frod mustang, it is white , but has a wicked spoiler on the back. it is not very fast at all but is very good on gas when it was over a dollar a litre. but now it is still good on gas just doesnt matter as much.

Pros: spoiler

Cons: slow

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1993 Ford Mustang GT Hatchback RWDReview
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I Miss My Mustang — I loved this car!!!! I need another one, why did I ever sell this car?!?!?!? I loved the speed, acceleration and handling!!! Just wish they were a little bit prettier, though they aren't that bad looking. Gas mileage stinks, of course but the fun drive is so worth it. I WILL have another one (just hopefully tickets don't come with it)

Pros: The speed!!!!  

Cons: Comfort is not so great!

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1993 Ford Mustang GT Hatchback RWDReview
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Gotta Luv A '93 Mustang Gt — Bought my GT on Ebay from a guy in Pennsylvania that needed to sell it to pay for school. His loss became my gain. The car puts a smile on my face everytime I hear the V-8 come to life. I love the attention it attracts from people who drove them or liked them in the early 90's. The car is in excellent condition inside and out and I've lost track of the number of guys that have offered to buy it from me. Cost of ownership is extremely low and I've only had to make minor repairs to the things that you would expect to wear out on a 15 year old car. However, I've probably spent more on modifications than repairs (headers, underdrve pulleys, cold air intake, off road exhaust, 3.73 gears etc.) The car is a joy to drive even though I only drive it about once a week. I'd recommend a clean Fox body Mustang GT to anyone that loves the rumble of a V-8 and the styling of late 80's and early 90's American muscle cars.

Pros: Affordable performance and in your face styling.

Cons: Weak brakes and average build quality.

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1993 Ford Mustang LX Hatchback RWDReview
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Mindy The Mustang — Love this car. It's a little old and out of shape but if I could afford to put some good money into her, she'd be the best. Runs great (now lol), good handling, decent pick up. The interior needs to be fixed up and there are some leaks in the driver door. But besides all that, it's an awesome car. Anyone wanna help me fix her up? ;)

Pros: great handling, good turn radius,

Cons: 18-20 mpg, door leak, old interior, has some rusty dents, lots of miles

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1993 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 Hatchback RWDReview
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Beast —

This car has been the fastest, coolest, prettiest car I have ever had, and still own. I got it as a graduation present from high school to myself, lol. I have spent countless hours and dollars on this car. It was a fully loaded LX model with power everything, A/C and sunroof. It has a beautiful aftermarket navy blue paint job, chrome pony rims, fiberglass saleen, cowl hood and tinted windows. It also has a kenwood stereo system with component speakers in the front and 3 way speakers in the rear. It has a 15" Ground Zero subwoofer in the trunk, with an MTX 1500D amplifier and 3 farad capacitor powering it. The power comes from an optima yellow top deep cycle battery with 2 guage wire running to the trunk. It has an aftermarket HID headlight system, a hurst shifter on top of the stock T5 trans, and a custom hidable switch plate hidden in the ash tray compartment with 4 switches for the nitrous. A new grey carpet interior with stock mustang GT grey leather seats (front and back). It has a ford racing silver guage face kit, the A/C vents removed in the middle with an autometer 3 guage pod in its place with coolant temp, oil pressure, and boost/vac. It has a triple A pillar guage pod, with digital pyrometer, wideband O2, and fuel pressure guages, as well as a nitrous pressure guage in the glove box. UNDER THE HOOD: It has a bored out block to a 306 with forged aluminum pistons, forged I beam rods, and a forged steel crank. Compression is 8:1 and it uses flat top pistons with huge valve reliefs. As for parts on it, it has X303 GT40 aluminum heads, a huge aftermarket cam (bigger than X303 cam), GT40 upper and lower intakes, a 70mm throttle body and EGR spacer, #30 injectors, 76mm MAF, stock A9L ecu, msd ignition, msd billet distributor, msd 8.5 helicore wires, msd TFI coil and 200 amp alternator. It has a BBK cold air intake, adjustable fuel pressure regulator, a 255 LPH fuel pump, and ceramic coated equal length shorty headers. It has a smog pump delete kit, an offroad H pipe, and flowmaster cat-back exhaust system with 2.5" tips. It has polished aluminum ford racing valve covers, a 3" thick aluminum ford racing cobra radiator, a goodyear blue high pressure coolant hose kit, and a flex-a-lite electric fan. The car still has functional heat and A/C as well as power steering. I keep the ECU tuned to top performance with a twEECer R/T ecu programmer with 5 different flash tune selector knob and dataloging capability. The car also has a Venom VCN-2000 computerized nitrous system, that has its own ECU to control the nitrous and is programmable from my home computer. It has an LCD status screen on the dash, that reads "throttle angle %", "mixture" (lean or rich), "engine rpm", "injector pulse width", "nitrous mode" (1,2 or 3), and "system status". The kit is adjustable from 25-175 hp shot of nos, but I never use more than 100. It uses a dual purge kit with the nozzles coming out the decimal point on "5.0" badges on both fenders. SUSPENSION/CHASSIS/DRIVETRAIN: The car has an aluminum driveshaft, centerforce dual friction clutch, 373 gears in the rear new oem ford shocks/struts, and ford racing "B" lowering springs. It has cross drilled and slotted rotors in the front with EBC "green stuff" high performance brake pads. It went to a chassis shop and had "battle boxes" installed in the rear to help stiffen the frame and control arm mounting points. While it was there, it also had kenny bell subframe connectors welded on, a 10 point roll cage, and dual simpson 5 point harnesses with camlocks installed on driver and passenger seats. It has 2 Max Out fire extinguishers installed on either sides of the roll cage behind front seats. It has a set of mickey thompson ET Street drag slicks on the back, for occassional race use. It normally has 245/45/16 goodyear F1 tires on all 4 rims. PERFORMANCE: Its a shame I got hurt and im in a wheelchair now, so I cant drive the car now that it is finally built because its 5 speed. Before I got hurt tho, with the stock shortblock, no nitrous and a much smaller cam, it ran a 13.0 in the 1/4 mile on street tires at atco raceway. I would estimate that the 0-60 mph time is less than 5 seconds, and would like to say it handles and stops alot better than a stock mustang. Well gee, thats about it so far LOL

Pros: Too many to list, see description

Cons: Really a summer/good weather car only.  no ice/snow/sleet/rain or no traction AT ALL and requires real skill to drive (home) in those conditions.  goes through tires almost as fast as it does fuel.  its a cop magnet.  buying parts/spending money on it is almost inevitable.  sunroof leaks.

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