(1 photo of a 1995 Laser Red Boss Shinoda Mustang Coupe) The Boss is Back, says this poster which shows a Shinoda Boss modified Laser Red 1995 Mustang GT. Larry Shinoda was the designer of the original Mustang Boss in 1969 and in 1994 started to modify Mustangs into the Boss.|
(3 photos of a 1995 Deep Forest Green Mustang GT GTS Coupe) Deep Forest Green 1995 Mustang GTS coupe owned by Jan Meyers from Olivehurst, California. It has the 5.0L V8 engine and manual transmission. Jan says only 1002 were in Deep Forest Green. This GTS has some modifications; Cobra front bumper, aftermarket hood, and spoiler. Nice job. The GTS model was a GT with base level items such as the cloth interior, no fog lights, and no spoiler.
(9 photos of a 1995 Crystal White Mustang GT Coupe) Crystal White 1995 Mustang GT coupe with a 215hp (at 4200rpm), 5.0 liter V8 engine.
(7 photos of a 1995 Black Roush Stage 3 Mustang Coupe) 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.
(4 photos of a 1995 Deep Forest Green Mustang GT Convertible) Deep Forest Green 1995 Mustang GT convertible with a white leather interior and white top. It is equipped with with power windows, power locks, power mirrors, cruise control, tilt wheel, automatic transmission, power convertible top, lumbar seats, AM/FM stereo with CD player, anti-lock brakes, air conditioning, and dual airbags.
(7 photos of a 1995 Opal Frost Silver Mustang Coupe) 1995 Opal Frost silver Mustang V6 coupe with the 12 spoke standard V6 Mustang wheels. The 1995 GT came with a 6 spoke version. Opal Frost was the only silver/gray color offered on a Mustang in 1995.
(2 photos of a 1995 Crystal White Boss Shinoda Mustang Coupe) Crystal White 1995 Mustang Shinoda Boss coupe with Shinoda Boss body panels (hood, front and rear fascia, body side panels), custom wheels, and black Shinoda Boss stripes and graphics. This was the second year that Shinoda created its own Boss modifications.
(6 photos of a 1995 Rio Red Saleen S351 Mustang Coupe) Rio Red 1995 Mustang Saleen S-351 coupe with a black interior. This is a Saleen Factory conversion serial number 95-0075. It has a big 5.8L V8 which put out 371hp stock.
(14 photos of a 1995 Crystal White Mustang SVT Cobra R Coupe) This is a rare one! It's a Crystal White 1995 Cobra R coupe. Ford only made 250 Cobras in 1995. This is #145 of those 250. So, what is different on a Cobra R? How about the huge 5.8L (351 cubic inch) V8 under the hood! This engine is so big that the standard hood did not work. A special taller fiberglass hood was created. This baby was built for racing. It has a factory 20-gallon fuel cell, a engine oil cooler, and a power steering cooler. All Cobra R Mustangs were painted Crystal White with tan colored interiors.
(6 photos of a 1995 Laser Red Mustang GT GTS Coupe) This is a Laser Red 1993 Mustang GTS coupe. A GTS was basically a stripped down GT. They had many of the Base V6 characteristics, but with the GT engine and badging. They came without rear decklid spoilers, fog lamps, and front air dams. They did have the GT emblems and Mustang GT embossed into the rear bumper. Their interiors were cloth and contained all other Base V6 items but with the GT instrumentation. The GTS model name was only available in 1995, but you could get it as an option through 1998 as the 248A package.
(6 photos of a 1995 Canary Yellow Saleen S351 Mustang Coupe) Canary Yellow 1995 Mustang Saleen S351 Supercharged coupe with color matched Canary Yellow Saleen wheels. It's Saleen factory ID is 93-0079. Under the hood is a big 351ci V8 engine. It's connected to a manual transmission.
(4 photos of a 1995 Yellow Mustang GT Coupe) This yellow 1995 Mustang GT coupe was on display a car show run by the Central Illinois Mustang Association. The show was at Dennison Ford in Bloomington, Illinois. It has a huge spoiler, billet grille, projector headlights, and blacked out windows.
(16 photos of a 1995 Mustang Promotional Sales Brochure) This is the 1995 Ford Mustang promotional booklet. The 1995 Mustang was almost exactly the same as the 1995; so much so, many of the same images from the 1994 Mustang sales brochure is repeated in this one. Two new models, in addition to the V6, GT, and Cobra; is the GTS and Cobra R. The GTS was basically a stripped down GT. They had many of the Base V6 characteristics, but with the GT engine and badging. They came without rear decklid spoilers, fog lamps, and front air dams. The Cobra and Cobra R are not featured in this brochure. They had there own sales booklet in 1995.
(5 photos of a 1995 Vibrant Red Mustang GT Convertible) Vibrant Red 1995 Mustang GT convertible with a black gut and black top. Vibrant Red is one of THREE red paints offered on the 1995 Mustang. It's the brightest of all of them. Compare them on the 1995 Mustang Brochure.
(5 photos of a 1995 Roush Mustang Promotional Sales Brochure) This is the sales brochure for the 1995 Roush Mustang featuring the Stage 1 appearance package, Stage 2 suspension upgrade kit, and the engine upgraded Stage 3. Shown here on the cover is the Stage 3 Roush Induction System added to the 1994-95 5.0L Mustange engine. It says it is a twin-plenum design which ads 47hp to the stock 5.0L, the Ford GT-40 head places the gain to 99hp with the Roush CNC-ported GT-40 head the gain increases up to 120hp.