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  YEAR: 1994
  MAKE: Ford  
  MODEL: Mustang  
  STYLE: coupe  
  PRICE: $6,900  
  PHONE: (815) 625-2500  
  ZIP CODE: 61081  
  STOCK NUMBER: 10540  
  The fourth generation Mustang was dramatically changed from the previous generation which was its first major redesign in 15 years. Ford spent a tremendous amount of money to make the 1994 models handle better, ride quieter and vibrate less. This was accomplished by using MacPherson struts with lower control arms, new spindles and anti-roll bars up front as well as a four-bar link solid axle in the rear. The GT was reintroduced in 1994 as well offering higher performance and better handling which resulted in it being named Motor Trend Car of the Year. This particular example has 120,686 miles. In 2010 (10,000 mile ago) it was repainted in a gorgeous two tone black atop red that looks incredible with its tinted windows and 17” chrome American Racing rims. At the same time the interior was completely redone with all new black and grey leather seat covers that perfectly match the rest of the car and really pull together the paint scheme with the red piping. The interior switches have all been upgraded to billet aluminum, there is a custom stereo and it also has an alarm with remote starter. It has been lowered two inches with upgraded shocks, an upper strut tie bar and a lower sway bar. The engine has been modified mildly with performance pulleys, a BBK cold air intake and a MSD ignition. It has a Flowmaster 2 ½” exhaust that sounds mild at idle but comes to life when you crack the throttle. The paint job, custom rims and interior alone were in excess of $10,000. The end result is one of sweet looking 4th gen Mustangs that you will find. We have priced this car to sell quickly so don’t let it get away! For more pictures and a video of the engine visit