VERY CLEAN & MAINTAINED, 66K ORIG MILES, 3 OWNERS, CLEAN HISTORY, GREAT COLORS!
2004 Ford Mustang GT Convertible 2-Door
Ford Mustang 2004 technical specifications
|Item location:||United States|
|Trim:||GT Convertible 2-Door|
|Engine size:||4.6 SOHC V8|
|Number of cylinders:||8|
|Power options:||Air conditioning, Power locks, Power windows, Power seats|
|Safety options:||Anti-lock brakes, Driver airbag, Passenger airbag|
|You are interested?||Contact the seller!|
Yesterday and today, there's still no bigger bang for the buck than the Ford Mustang. Whether it's an early pony or this handsome 2004 Ford Mustang GT convertible, you get a lot of V8 performance and style for not a lot of cash. With just 66,731 original miles and virtually zero modifications, this is a well-maintained Mustang that's ready to enjoy every day or just on those special occasions when the sun is shining.I dare you to find more performance and fun than this for less than twelve grand. The New Edge styling has aged rather well and this Mustang looks aggressive without being dated and thanks to excellent maintenance, it looks like it should be far more expensive than it is. The Crimson Red paint is the right choice for a Mustang, not too flashy but appealing enough that people are going to ask what color it is when you stop at red lights. It's been washed and waxed regularly, just like a collector car would be, and there are very few signs of it being a 13 year old car. The bumper is in excellent shape, the rockers haven't been blasted by gravel, and all the black trim is dark, not oxidized by the sun. You also get plenty of aggressive styling details, including a hood scoop, quarter panel scoops, and a rear wing, not to mention fog lamps and a set of taillights that are an obvious tribute to the original. This is as real as Mustangs get.The handsome beige leather interior is far more comfortable and functional than anything they could have dreamed of in 1964 and for a convertible, it's in shockingly good condition. The driver's seat shows some very minor comfort marks, but no dryness, cracking, or split seams that come from sitting in the hot sun. The two-tone is subtle, with darker tan carpets and a contrasting dash pad and inserts on the door panels, plus a two-tone leather steering wheel, all of which makes it feel rather upscale inside. Everything was standard equipment on the GT convertible, including A/C, power windows, locks, and mirrors, cruise control, and a decent AM/FM/CD stereo that works well even with the top down. And speaking of the top, it's power-actuated, stowing itself in seconds and making a trim stack that doesn't need a boot to look good. There's even a decent-sized back seat and functional trunk that makes this a car that works in the real world, not just on weekends.Ford's 4.6 liter SOHC V8 needs no introduction, and by the time this car was built, it was belting out 260 horsepower with that familiar Mustang V8 rumble. It's buttery smooth and bulletproof reliable, and that shiny cold air intake tube seems to be the only notable modification. That's good news, because you know it hasn't been raced or abused and if you need repairs, you can follow the factory manual to get it done right. It's backed by an AOD-E 4-speed automatic overdrive transmission that makes it surprisingly thrifty on the highway (you can probably expect mid-20s if you're not mashing the throttle) and the GT's capable suspension makes it a lot of fun when the road starts to twists. There's a flat torque curve that is always standing by to launch the car into the next corner and 4-wheel disc brakes are powerful enough to scrub just about any amount of speed without drama. And those gray alloy wheels do a great impression of vintage Torque Thrusts but are wearing modern-sized 245/45/17 performance radials.A lifetime warm-weather car with a clean history and great maintenance, this Mustang offers a ton of performance for not a lot of cash. Call now!