2006 Ford Mustang GT Coupe The Mustang created the pony car class of American cars, distinguished as affordable sporty coupes with long hoods and short rear decks, and gave rise to competitors such as the Chevrolet Camaro, Pontiac Firebird, AMC Javelin, Chrysler\'s revamped Plymouth Barracuda, and the second-generation Dodge Challenger. The Mustang is also credited for inspiring the designs of coupés such as the Toyota Celica and Ford Capri, which were imported to the United States. As of August 2018, over 10 million Mustangs have been produced in the U.S. For consignment, a GT version of the Mustang. This car has a screaming paint job, black tape stripes, comes with the Shaker stereo, has been garage kept during the 8 years our consignor owned it and has only logged a mere 32,536 actual miles. This is an S197 chassis GT, and in very nice condition with just a few performance add-ons to give it the right look, sound, and stance. Exterior Screaming Yellow with black tape stripes come together to create the menacing look for this muscle car. We note that the driver\'s fender has been repainted but otherwise things are just the way they left the Flat Rock facility. Ford went all out for the design, reminiscent of the early models it just looks beefier, and more refined on the line aspect. The front of the car is more aero designed, and has an integrated body matching bumper, blackened grille with fog lights, a lower chin spoiler, and the ubiquitous galloping pony. All these styling cues can be seen from way back in 1965 with its grille shape, and rear tail light configuration. A long smooth hood fronts backed out trim around beautiful glass. Blackened and matte sprayed side view mirrors, some minimalistic but clean badging, and 18 polished Bullitt wheels from American Muscle are wrapped with like new Yokohama rubber completes the look. Interior Dark Charcoal leather and vinyl come together to make up the upholstery for the front buckets and rear 2 plus 2 seats which are like new. The driver\'s bucket is powered, as are the windows and locks. A very simple dash houses another throwback cue, more from 1967/1968 than 1965, in the form of the dual circular embedded instruments behind the steering wheel, although the 65 version utilized a horizontal speedometer. An AM/FM/CD Shaker 1000 stereo system, A/C, traction control fill the center swooped down section of the dash. A white ball shift knob tops the chrome handle and leather booted shifter which sits in a center console that makes its way past the buckets to the rear 2+2\'s. Nice black carpet has black factory floor mats which protect the carpet and a clean black felt headliner hangs above Drivetrain A 4.6 Liter, 3 valve, V8 with EFI, attached to a TR3650 5-speed manual transmission puts power rearward to an 8.8 3.55 geared TracLoc rear axle. All clean and green, (yellow actually), in this unmolested engine bay. Undercarriage Typifying a 32,536 mile car, with only surface rust on the untreated components, and looking just like it did coming down the assembly line at Flat Rock. An independent coil spring front suspension and 3-link rear suspension with coil springs have the added benefit of a factory panhard bar. As an add on to help this pony gallop is a cat back dual exhaust system courtesy of Flowmaster. Power disc brakes are noted all around as is power steering. Drive-Ability Our muscle car crack decoder took this baby out to the track and he had an absolute ball. I did not think he was going to return, but alas he did and reported with a grin it performed great and is all buttoned up on the drive-ability front. Sometimes it\'s nice to get behind the wheel of an almost stock car, especially one with such low miles. All was working as it should and the interior still has that new car smell. A well presenting and powerful running GT in yellow with black decal stripes, a nice homage to the first Shelby GT-350\'s of yore. A low mileag
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