(6 photos of a 1991 Oxford White Mustang GT Hatchback) Modified White 1991 Mustang GT hatchback with Cobra R 17 inch wheels and a modified 5.0L V8 engine.|
(7 photos of a 1991 Bright Red Mustang GT Convertible) Bright Red 1991 Mustang GT convertible with a white and red interior. Bright Red is one of three shades of red offered on the 1991 Mustang. The other two are Medium Red and Wild Strawberry - both of which are darker shades of red.
(1 photo of a 1991 Mustang GT Promotional Sales Brochure) Mustang GT You certainly don't have to be a professional driver or performance enthusiast to enjoy Mustang GT. The only prerequisite is an appreciation for the fun of driving. One look at the ground effects styling tells you this car was not designed with basic transportation in mind. The 5.0L HO engine is among the most powerful production engines in America, generating 225 horsepower and 300 lb. ft. of torque. These are reassuring numbers indeed for situations like passing when extra power translates into extra confidence. And GT is equipped to handle the most tortuous pavement with a wide, aggressive stance, 16-inch cast aluminum wheels, 55ZR performance tires and a performance suspension which includes Ford's quadra-shock setup in the rear and a progressive-rate spring at each corner. With this kind of performance hardware, you would expect to find an interior equipped with comfortable, multi-adjustable articulated front bucket seats. Full instrumentation with "user friendly" analog gauges. A 7,000 rpm tachometer for more efficient shifts with the 5-speed. They're all there. After more than a quarter century. Mustang GT offers few surprises. You get a contemporary, bold look. Legendary spirit. And a large order of motoring fun. A the bottom of the page is an Ultra Blue clearcoat Mustang GT with Medium Titanium lower Tu-tone.
(1 photo of a 1991 Ultra Blue Mustang GT Convertible) Ultra Blue clearcoat 1991 Mustang GT convertible with Medium Titanium lower Tu-tone and 5-spoke cast aluminum wheels. This photo is part of the 1991 Ford Mustang Promotional Catalog.
(4 photos of a 1991 Deep Emerald Mustang GT Hatchback) Deep Emerald 1991 Mustang GT hatchback with a two-tone paint. The lower is painted Titanium Frost. The interior is gray in color. It has a 5.0L V8 engine and a manual transmission.
(4 photos of a 1992 Deep Emerald Green Mustang GT Hatchback) Deep Emerald Green 1992 Mustang GT hatchback with silver lower effects and a 302ci, 5.0L, 205hp V8 engine.
(4 photos of a 1992 Oxford White Mustang GT Hatchback) Oxford White 1992 Mustang GT hatchback owned by Brett and Rene Adams from Ozark, Missouri. It has the 5.0L V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Brett shares, "This 92 Ford Mustang GT came to our stable after spending a little time being abused as it was in the hands of a 17 year old student. That was five years ago. Since then, the ol' girl has received quite a few upgrades both internally and externally. Inside, the 92 has virtually remained stock, with the exception of an aftermarket stereo system. Under the hood is a Cold Air Kit with aftermarket Short Tube Headers that exit through Flowmaster 40 Series Mufflers. As for the body, the 92 has changed shoes to 5-Lug Chrome 2003 Cobras, a 4-inch Cowl Hood and LX Style Tail Lights. Our Love for Fox Bodies has grown so much that three years ago we started a foundation called 'Save A Fox Foundation' on Facebook. We currently have over 1600 members."
(14 photos of a 1992 Ultra Blue Mustang GT Steeda Hatchback) Ultra Blue over Titanium 1992 Steeda Supercharged Mustang GT hatchback with Steeda grille emblem, Steeda graphics, five spoke wheels, tinted glass, roll bar cage, sport seats, engine and instrument upgrades.
(6 photos of a 1992 Bright Red Mustang GT Convertible) Bright Red 1992 Mustang GT convertible with a 225hp (302ci, 5.0 liter) electronic fuel injection V8 showing its GT standard five-spoke wheels. The Mustang convertible GT was the first Mustang with a base model price over $20,000.
(3 photos of a 1992 Ultra Blue Mustang GT Hatchback) This is an Ultra Blue 1992 Mustang 5.0L GT hatchback at the 2011 Mustang Roundup car show held in Bellevue, Washington. Its a little overcast, but in the sun, this color glows!
(5 photos of a 1993 Royal Blue Mustang GT Hatchback) This factory Royal Blue clearcoat metallic 1993 Mustang GT hatchback is owned by Chet Zeidler of Huntertown, Indiana. It has Titanium lower, two-tone paint which was only available on the GT and with upper colors of electric red, bright blue, royal blue, reef blue, and silver. Chet says that he recently purchased the car from the second owner who had the car for 8 years and only put 2K miles on it. The car has 56K miles on it.
(8 photos of a 1993 Black Mustang GT Hatchback) Black 1993 Mustang GT hatchback owned by Rich Nagle from Chalfont, Pennsylvania. Rich tells us, "I bought it new from Yocum Ford in Lansdale Pennsylvania September 20, 1992. I race and show it and it serves as my daily driver in nice weather. The original bottom end has 207,000 miles on it. Originally equipped with an automatic transmission, I converted it to a 5-speed manual transmission in 2004. The car's best time at the dragstrip is 12.7 seconds at 105 mph. My GT does not have a power adder but has had several modifications. They are all listed on my website www.NASTY93.com."
(5 photos of a 1993 Bright Red Mustang GT Coupe) This Bright Red Mustang GT coupe was photographed at the 2010 Mustang car show in Port Angeles, Washington. There's a 302 cubic inch (5.0 liter), High Output, V8 engine under the hood; originally rated at 205hp (at 4200rpm).
(7 photos of a 1993 Reef Blue Mustang GT Convertible) Two-tone Reef Blue over Titanium 1993 Mustang GT convertible. It has an Opal Gray cloth interior and a white convertible top. The Titanium lower accent treatment was only available on the GT and cost an additional $159.
(5 photos of a 1993 Bright Blue Mustang GT Hatchback) Check out this cool Bright Blue 1993 Mustang GT with under 5,500 miles on it. Amazing condition! Similar to the previous year, the 1993 Mustang GT has a solid grille with center ford emblem; 16 inch 5 spoke cast aluminum wheels; and aerodynamic front, side and rear skirt panels.
(8 photos of a 1994 Canary Yellow Mustang GT Convertible) The 30th anniversary, Mustang unveiled its new design. The hatchback was dead and the coupe was back but designed to appeal to the original fastback crowd as well. The side coves and side air scoops where back, as well as the horse on the grille. This is a 1994 Canary Yellow Mustang GT convertible with electronic fuel injected 215hp (302ci, 5.0 litter, V8) engine. The standard GT five-spoke, 15 inch alloy wheels are shown.
(6 photos of a 1994 Vibrant Red Mustang GT Coupe) This Vibrant Red Mustang GT is almost orange in the sun. It has a 215hp (at 4200 rpm), 5 liter (302 cubic inch), electronic fuel injected, V8 engine. This car has aftermarket Depo projector headlamps and side markers.
(5 photos of a 1994 Chrome Yellow Mustang GT Convertible) Chrome (Canary) Yellow 1994 Mustang GT convertible owned by Roy T. Carter from Montgomery, Alabama. It has a 302ci engine and a manual transmission. Roy adds, "I worked at a dealership where it was traded in, and bought it before the ink was dry! Had it seven years. Main mods are Super Yellow Fog Lamps I built myself and 5-on-5 2005 GT wheels. Its a daily driver with 126k miles. It gets 17 in town and 25 highway."
(1 photo of a 1994 Red Mustang GT Coupe Advertisement) This is a magazine advertisement for the 1994 Mustang GT. It says, "The All-New Mustang GT. It is what it was and more." Then it shows some styling clues that are similar between the 1964 Mustang and the 1994 Mustang. They both have a horse in the grille. They both have rear wheel vents. They both have interiors with floor mounted shifters. They both have three slotted taillights.
(6 photos of a 1994 Red And Black Mustang GT Coupe) Check out this 1994 Mustang GT coupe owned by Ludwig Stein from Blackfalds, Alberta, Canada. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting January 9, 2011. Ludwig tells us more, "I bought the car in 2007. The car was lowered with Steeda springs. It also came with Bilstein Shocks and struts. The tires are Sumitomo 315-35/17s in rear and 245-40/17s in the front which is an awesome hoof print. I've added sub frame connectors and a strut brace as well. The engine is stock other than a cold air and an aftermarket intake. We autocross and road race it on a regular bases. The paint is from the 1969 Trans Am Mustang driven by Parnelli Jones & George Follmer. Mine is dedicated to George - just cause Parnelli gets all the praise but it takes a team to win."