(from page 3 of the 1991 Collection)
Two-Tone Gray over Silver 1991 Mustang fastback owned by Gary Ayers from Ararat Virginia. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting June 1, 2014. It has the 5.0L V8 and a manual transmission. Gary tells us more, "I have had this car now over two years. I just didn't like the looks of it and knew that could make it just like I want it and that's just what I did. Five grand later - not counting my labor. You will never find a 91 Mustang as nice and detailed as this!" |
(from page 3 of the 1991 Collection)
Red 1991 Mustang convertible owned by Cody from San Diego, California. This is our Attitude Of The Week for the week starting August 23, 2015. Cody tells us, "My first car I've ever gotten. It's such a fun car to take out on a nice cruise down the coast and to take it anywhere it wants to go."
(from page 1 of the 1992 Collection)
Some letters from Ford indicate that this 1992 5.0 LX is specially painted Vibrant Red reserved for the 1992 Limited Edition "Feature" Mustangs. Whether it is Vibrant Red or the more probable Bright Red, this excellent condition 1992 5.0 LX Mustang hatchback owned by Michael Latrella of New Jersey is our Attitude Of The Week for the 15th of March, 2009.
(from page 2 of the 1992 Collection)
Vibrant Red 1992 Mustang convertible owned by Raymond Owens from Baton Rouge, Louisiana. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 21, 2016. It has the big 5.0L V8 engine. Raymond says that it is stock except for Cobra R hood and Cobra taillight lens.
(from page 3 of the 1993 Collection)
Reef Blue 1993 Mustang hatchback owned by Mark DellAcqua from Millersville, Maryland. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting October 16, 2011. It's a fully loaded Mustang minus leather seats and CD player. Mark tesll us more, "I bought it new in 1997 with 30K miles in mint/unmolested condition. Currently the car has a 331ci Blown/Balanced/Blueprinted/Aftercooled engine [more description on engine photo] It has; BBK 1 3/4 long tubes and off-road H pipe with Flowmaster Super 40s. Also has a stainless/electric exhaust cut-outs. 5 speed T5 with Pro 5.O shifter with TKO 600 coming in Jan 2012. DFX clutch and Fidanza aluminum flywheel. Aluminum driveshaft and loop. Motorsport HD Traction-Lok differential with 31 spline axles. 3:73s. Brakes replaced to stock specs except for front cross drilled rotors. Lakewood drag struts/shocks and upper/lower control arms. Welded sub-frame connectors and 6 point cage with swing out arms. Hatch mounted battery. Aeromotive A1000 fuel pump with 12 gal sump tank. Pony rims with Mickey Thompson DRs [ rear ] and Dunlop ZR rated [ front ]. 500rwhp/480rwtq with a very mild dyno tune, longevity a priority. 11.6et/124mph. My intentions from the beginning were to maintain a SLEEPER look and the exterior is virtually stock minus the fuel/oil pressure gauge built in to the cowl. The 11.6et/124mph was a one time run and with more time and a better 60ft time, 10.90's are realistic."
(from page 4 of the 1993 Collection)
This is a photo time-capsule showing a Vibrant Red 1993 Mustang SVT Cobra hatchback as shipped to a dealer. This car was destine for a Museum due to it being the first year of the SVT Cobra, and it was also our Attitude Of The Week for December 12, 2007. The Cobra wheel inserts were installed by the dealer, as well as removing much of the plastic and stickers inside. This car has the 235hp (at 5000rpm), 5.0 liter (302 cubic inch), Cobra V8 engine with only 16 miles on it.
(from page 5 of the 1993 Collection)
Vermillion Red 1993 Mustang fastback owned by Nathan Ivie from North Carolina. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting August 17, 2014. Nathan tells us, "I bought this car in 2002 with very few mods. Since then I have added: the 4-inch cowl hood, new paint, 5-lug conversion with '03 Cobra wheels, and smoked lights; performance wise Ford racing headers, BBK off road H-pipe, cold air intake, mass air meter, one chamber Flowmaster with 2-1/2 inch tips, 3:73 gears, and Ford racing lowering springs. The interior has a tach with shift light,
white face gauges, '03 GT front seats, and Hurst shifter. The car is a work in progress with many more things to be done."
Note to Nathan: You didn't give us your email address, so I cannot contact you about being Attitude Of The Week nor offer you a set of site decals. If you want special Attitude Of The Week site decals, please email me at admin@MustangAttitudeAdmin.com
(from page 2 of the 1994 Collection)
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."
(from page 3 of the 1994 Collection)
Teal 1994 Mustang GT convertible owned by Garry from Vancouver, BC, Canada. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 18, 2011. It has a 5.0L V8 engine and a manual transmission. Garry purchased it as a lease return in 1998. Since then, he has added 3.55 gears, B&M shifter, K&N filter, and underdrive pulleys.
(from page 4 of the 1994 Collection)
1994 Mustang coupe owned by Mont Mead from Winston-Salem, North Carolina. It has a 3.8L V6 engine and a manual transmission. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting June 15, 2014. Mont shares his story about getting his Mustang, "So I was on my way to the bank to get 2k for a nice bike a guy from work was selling. I drove past this dealer that had cars out on the lot. One said 1500. I did a U-turn to see what the was the catch - it was a Dodge Intrepid and the catch was money down payments later. I asked what you have for sale for 2k and they pointed out 3 different cars - and then I saw her. A 94 Red Mustang. Mind you, I saw it on the lot and was like - yea prob can't afford it. I came back the next day with someone that new how to drive a stick and drove off the lot with it, 2k even. Did it need work? Heck yeah it did. I restored all the parts under the hood, bought tires and rims. Then I forgot to put the E-brake on it. I know = newbie move. I came back outside and it was sitting under a tree. I was not so happy. The bumper, headlights, side panel, grille, and hood had to be replaced and pulled out. After getting all that fixed, I burned out my clutch - still being a newbie and not shifting right. I got that fixed and then months go by and I get Flow Masters and K&N. I'm loving the sound and getting tickets. I get them payed them off and get more! 4 back to back. Months go by now - the primer paint, not the new parts, are starting to peel. I wasn't getting it painted until all the other parts are restored. Finally I get it painted Berry Wine. It's so amazing now. Everyone tells me how great it looks and that it looks brand new off the lot. I'm very happy to be a Mustang owner. I will stay a
Mustang owner for years to come. That's my story on how it became the best choice I made in a while. I never went back to the guy selling the bike, but come on what would you do?"
(from page 5 of the 1994 Collection)
This Rio Red 1994 Mustang Boss Shinoda Cobra 429 coupe with a SVO 429 block bored 605ci with double electronic fuel injection, putting out 670hp at 5500rpm and 700 ft-lbs of torque at 4250rpm was our Attitude Of The Week for April 6, 2008. The compression ratio is 10.5:1 and the rear axle ratio is 2.73:1. 1994 was the first year Larry Shinoda set up a company to modify the Mustang GT and Cobra into the Boss and Cobra 429 Boss. Larry Shinoda was the designer of the original Mustang Boss back in 1969. This photo is available in two larger wallpaper sizes 1024 by 768 pixels and 2400 by 1800 pixels.
(from page 6 of the 1994 Collection)
Crystal White 1994 Mustang GT coupe owned by Walt Sonner from Grants Pass, Oregon. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting August 31, 2014. Walt tells us more, "This was my son's car but he bought an 04 Mach 1 and parked the 94 GT. I got a deal from him and have been modding it ever since. He used to deliver pizza and Mexican food in it but it was pretty pristine when I got it. I have turned it into a Roush 360 Series Tribute car. I have installed the Roush front splitters and wing. I have the rear and side exit exhaust to go. It has a full Eibach Pro Kit suspension, MM subframes & adjustable LCAs, Magnapacks & BBK off road midpipe, staggered 17" DD Bullitts with 315/275 Sumitomos, Koni Sport Yellows adjustable rear shocks Steeda TriAx, Steeda CC plates, Bullitt/ Mach 1 13" brakes, Baer drilled & slotted rotors, new black reflector headlights Cobra style, and 3:55 Ford Racing Gears. Love this car and get so many kudos and even trophies at shows! A Coyote Swap in the future but now just a 95 Cobra intake and E303 cam, 65mm cobra throttle body, BBK CAI, and AFR 165 heads in the near future.."
(from page 10 of the 1994 Collection)
This Rio Red 1994 SVT Cobra Indianapolis Pace Car convertible is our Attitude Of The Week for the week starting February 5th, 2012. Offered only in Rio Red this SVT Cobra has its standard SVT Cobra 240hp 5.0L V8, awesome Chrome 17" wheels, and Indianapolis 500 graphics. I photographed this car a few years back but didn't get a chance until now to post it.
(from page 1 of the 1995 Collection)
Crystal White 1995 Mustang GT convertible owned by Karen Baum from Wayne, Pennsylvania. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week photo for the week starting 9-27-09. Karen tells us more, "I got it in 1997 seeking the last 302 of the time. I found out later this is a rare, 1 of 36 made, Crystal White convertibles with Bright Red Leather interior. It is all stock except for Chrome Cobra R rims and changed the white top to black when needed to be replaced."
(from page 2 of the 1995 Collection)
Black 1995 SVT Cobra coupe owned by Alan Davis from Gloucestershire, Great Britain. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting May 22, 2011. Alan adds, "Originally sold by Summit City Ford, Fort Wayne, Indiana. It was exported 18 months later by the owner to England. It subsequently had several more owners before I acquired it in March 2006. The car is factory original and I intend to keep it that way. I have had the paintwork detailed and the alloys refurbished. I am a member of the Mustang Owners Club UK and attend as many shows and meets as I can with the car."
(from page 4 of the 1995 Collection)
Triple Black 1995 Mustang GT convertible owned by Bryan Nedwed from New Jersey. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting September 27, 2015. It has the 5.0L V8 engine and an automatic transmission. Bryan tells us, "Had her for a year love it and I'm a Chevy guy. It a little slow but fun to drive. Mods; straight pipes, 18 inch Cobra rims, trick flow intake, GT 40 heads, Lunaticam 488 lift 234 duration, and 411 gears."
(from page 6 of the 1995 Collection)
1995 was the first year for the Roush Mustang and this is the Stage 3 level which contains all the Stage 1 & 2 levels plus a carbon fiber hood, Roush three-piece dual plenum intake, 65mm throttle body, Fuel rails, high flow air filter, valve covers and optional ported aluminum Ford GT40 heads. 1994 through 1997, Roush Performance supplied these parts to dealers and third parties to create the Roush Mustang. Starting in 1997, Roush started to do the conversions themselves. This Roush is owned by Jose Valverde and is our Attitude Of The Week starting December 25th, 2018. Thank you Jose for helping us correct our errors in our early history of the Roush Mustang.
(from page 1 of the 1996 Collection)
1996 Mystic Cobra owned by Matt Larson from Illinois. This was our featured Attitude Of The Week picture for the week of March 9th, 2008. A quantity of 2000 of the 1996 Mustang Cobras were painted with this special "Mystic" paint which changed colors depending on the light: from purple to green to copper in a bright light. This Mystic color was a $815 option and a bodyshop could purchase the paint for $1000 a gallon (1.5 gallons to paint a Cobra, it was a one coat application). Click here to to see the other paint colors offered in 1996 with the help of our Data Explorer.
(from page 1 of the 1996 Collection)
Additional shots of Colleen's Bright Tangerine 1996 Mustang GT convertible. This is our featured Attitude Of The Week for the week starting March 18, 2012. The GT has a 4.6L V8 engine and an automatic transmission.
(from page 2 of the 1996 Collection)
This Bright Tangerine 1996 Mustang GT coupe was at the 2012 Mustang Roundup car show in Bellevue, Washington, and is our Attitude Of The Week for the week starting August 12th, 2012. It has dark tinted headlamps, darkened grille pony, and custom black wheels.