what is the cheapest mustang with the most performance. Most bang for a the buck.

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Asked by Feb 24, 2010 at 04:23 PM about the Ford Mustang

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35

I'd have to say that it would be an 87 5.0 LX. Lots of fun, easy to work on and parts are cheap. I had one and it was a blast!

15

I'd have to say 89 and up LX. Factory mass air. You can throw pretty much anything at it!

5

Foxbody, all the way.

5

89-91 if you wanna use nitrous or any type of power adder because they are factory forged piston motors, as well as mass-air.

5

go with the 03 cobra.it already has a blower on it so you have a car with no down time.its aready fastfrom the factory.

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