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Exceptionally Clean 1993 Mustang GT

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
SubModel: GT
Type: Fastback
Trim: GT
Year: 1993
Mileage: 83000
VIN: 1FACP42E0PF158358
Color: Red
Engine: 5.0
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual 5-speed
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety: Driver Airbag
Vehicle Title: Clean
Item location: Barnesville, Georgia, United States
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
Cassette Player

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Private seller

Description of 1993 Ford Mustang GT

This is an exceptionally clean 1993 Mustang GT with perfect Carfax. This car was already clean when I bought it, but it had typical sun fading that occurs with red paints in the south.
I stripped this car and did a professional new primer with seal, base coat and final clear coat with PPG paint. This was probably the equivalent of a $5000+ paint job. There are very few imperfections or flaws in the paint, the quality is similar to or better than new factory appearance. Paint was properly wrapped and is factory OEM color. There are no chips, scratches, or dents. The OEM wheels are clean and have not been curbed.
The carpet, seats, and belts are all in very good condition. There are no tears or holes. The only major interior flaw is an alarm warning LED someone mounted on the lower left dash. It has the original manual, wheel lock key, jack, and spare. It has the spare tire accessory parts. It also has the cargo net and the roll up cargo cover shade.
This car has a recently replaced new old stock OEM air conditioner compressor. It has an aftermarket radiator.
Everything on the car works including cruise control and AC. The radio works normally except the cassette player has low volume.
This car has no electrical or mechanical issues other than an intermittent passenger electric door lock and my cassettes have low volume. Everything is tight and the transmission and clutch work perfectly. Nobody has hacked it up or thrown parts away. It has all the original pollution controls.
The worse thing about the car is the bottom. It has been undercoated and someone added frame connectors, 3.73 gear, and Flowmaster exhaust. I do not have a rack or rotisserie, so I did not strip and restore the bottom. There isn't any rust penetration or deep pitting, the torque boxes are completely solid and rust free. There is not any rust, patches or patch work, or cracks in the floors, sub frames, or chassis structure. Rust is largely confined to light surface rust on unpainted parts.
With a week or two of work underneath, the bottom could be put back to factory original appearance. It isn't bad right now, except for the non-OEM parts.