(7 photos of a 2004 Crimson Red Mustang GT Anniversary Coupe) This Crimson Red 2004 Mustang GT coupe use to be owned by Steven Reiser. This Mustang as the 4.6L SOHC stock engine. Steven tells us more, "I traded in my 1992 Ford Mustang GT for this Limited Edition 40th Anniversary Crimson Red with Beige striping Premium Package 2004 Mustang GT. I just bought it in February 2008 below Kelley Blue Book trade-in price. No Mods yet, but planning a 9 psi Kenne Bell 2.1L Twin Screw Supercharger to go from 260 to about 435 RWHP. Crimson Red with Beige Racing Stripes was the official Limited Edition Package with only 4,000 of these made." Steve now owns a Redfire 2004 Mustang Cobra coupe shown on this site.|
(5 photos of a 2004 Dark Shadow Gray Mustang GT Coupe) 2004 Mustang GT coupe painted Dark Shadow Gray. It has the 4.6L SOHC engine, 5-speed manual transmission, and Mustang Meg wheels.
(4 photos of a 2004 Oxford White Mustang GT Convertible) Oxford White 2004 Mustang GT convertible with a tan leather interior and tan convertible top. It also has factory 17 inch wheels and a 5-speed manual transmission.
(1 photo of a 2004 Redfire Red Mustang GT Convertible) Redfire 2004 Mustang GT convertible owned by Dan and Debby Heagy from Aberdeen, Maryland. Dan tells us more about his GT, "We searched on cars.com and found it at a Chevrolet Dealer in New Jersey. We watched it for about a month to see if the price would come down and it did. Out of 1500 Mustangs on the website we liked this one the most because of the low miles of 23,000 miles. We bought it last August on the 4th, its an 2004, I have Mustang club number 0004, and the last 6 digits are 221111 which add up to 4. It replaced a 98 GT Mustang that was totaled two and a half years ago. I'm currently the Vice President of the Mustang Club of Maryland. We attended the 45th Mustang Anniversary in Alabama and are looking for the 50th. I love driving with the top down on warm sunny days. I installed the Ford Racing suspension kit, BBK throttle body, MM strut tower brace, Mac prochamber exhaust, SSP loudmouth mufflers, and Ford Racing 373 gears."
(4 photos of a 2004 Sonic Blue Mustang GT Coupe) Sonic Blue 2004 Mustang GT owned by Brian Manders from Grand Prairie, Texas. Brian tells us, "I bought this 2004 Mustang GT in Ft. Campbell, Kentucky in 2006 when I got back from my first tour in Iraq. It was two years old and had 15k miles on it. It came with K&N air intake, short throw shifter, and Steeda tips. I put in a BBK 75mm throttle body, BBK shorty headers, Bassani O/R X-pipes, Diablo sport tuner, and Eibach pro kit springs. In the front I put Bullitt rims 17x9 black finish. In the rear is Bullitt black finish 17x10.5 sitting on Nitto 555 extreme ZRs. The headlights are dark smoked. I have been in a few car shows - two first place awards and two top-10 class awards."
(4 photos of a 2004 Competition Orange Mustang GT Convertible) Competition Orange 2004 Mustang GT convertible owned by Mike and Shirley Roode from Maitland Ontario Canada. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 28th, 2010. Mike adds, "We purchased it new in July of 2004. Essentially no mods other than light bar, chin spoiler, and under hood chrome kit. This car is 1 of only 408 GT convertibles in this color; 177 automatics and 231 5-speeds." Check out our special Orange Mustang page where you can check out other Mustangs that Ford offered in orange.
(1 photo of a 2004 Oxford White Mustang GT Convertible) Oxford White 2004 Mustang GT convertible owned by Josh Haralson from Forest, Mississippi. He just received the car two weeks ago for graduation. Josh says is stock (4.6L automatic) except for an X-pipe and 40 Series Flowmaster mufflers!
(2 photos of a 2004 Black Mustang GT Coupe) Tim Davis owns this Black 2004 Mustang GT coupe. It has a 4.6L V8 and an automatic transmission. Tim shares, "I have always loved Mustangs all my life. When I finally came into the market of getting one, I search for 6 months to find the right one. I have always loved black Mustangs, so I waited for the right one to come along. I have always thought - among all of the many styles and models the 99-04 models looked good. I liked the body style. I finally ran accross the one I wanted and it was in pristine condition. I latched unto it and today it stays in the garage when I'm not out sporting it around and believe me it turns heads. I love my Mustang. My dream is to one own a classic 65-67 Shelby GT fastback."
(3 photos of a 2004 Redfire Red Mustang GT Convertible) Redfire 2004 Mustang GT convertible owned by Diane Barrett from Denver, Colorado. It has the 4.6L V8 and a manual transmission. Diane shares, "In January of 2010 I had a dream that I bought a Red Mustang convertible. I told my husband about it, but we just laughed it off. In the mean time a dealership had been calling, emailing etc. my husband to come down and take a look at a Cobra that had just been traded in for a new Shelby GT500. He kept putting it off, and December went flying by, then most of January, till one day hubby got a call aging from the salesman that we deal with a lot. He told my husband that he really needed to come see the car, said it was unusual etc. Hubby decided to go see the car the next day after we had decided if it was what we had been looking for we would buy it. So the next morning about 11 am we show up at the dealer only to find that the car had been sold the night before to a soldier and he was leaving soon to go to Afghanistan. We were very disappointed, especially my
husband. The soldier had traded in his car, so we went to look at it. The car hadn't been cleaned prepped, or anything else. The car was RED, convertible, Mustang... just like in my dream. So the short story is; we bought the car. This is it!"
(2 photos of a 2004 Redfire Red Mustang GT Convertible) Redfire 2004 Mustang GT convertible owned by a site visitor. Check out the rocker stripes and dual stripes on the front fender.
(1 photo of a 2004 Screaming Yellow Mustang GT Coupe) Screaming Yellow 2004 Mustang GT coupe owned by Brandon Compton from Pikeville, Kentucky. It has stripes over the top and rockers. Screaming Yellow shade was first used on the 2004 Mustang and carried through 2006. Prior to 2004 a lighter yellow called Zinc Yellow was used.
(5 photos of a 2004 Crimson Red Mustang GT Anniversary Coupe) This 2004 Crimson Red, 40th anniversary, Mustang GT coupe was at the 2011 Mustang Roundup car show held in Bellevue, Washington. Crimson Red was exclusive to this special 40th anniversary Mustang but also came in, Black, or Oxford White. The 40th Anniversary Package features include: Arizona Beige (silver) dual hood and trunk stripes; matching rocker stripes; upgraded wheels; and a deluxe parchment interior with painted center console surrounds, metallic gray shifter bezel and door lock knobs, shift boot trim, and brushed aluminum pedals.
(5 photos of a 2004 Competition Orange Mustang GT Convertible) Competition Orange 2004 Mustang GT convertible owned by Mike and Shirley Roode from Maitland Ontario Canada. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 10, 2020. Mike tells us more, "This car was purchased new by us on July 19th, 2004. After much research, we found there were only 408 Mustang GT convertibles produced in Competition Orange - 171 automatics and 231 standards. After all the years of ownership and 92,000 Kilometers (55,000 miles), the car still wins awards at car shows in the stock category. The only modifications have been a Mach 1 chin spoiler, a light bar and a K&N Cold Air intake system. We still get many looks from people due to the color however now they are also impressed with the condition of a car which is this old and driven this much. The car has never seen snow or a gravel road."