This very tastefully modified Mustang is one of those cars that everyone can love but few can own. With a few upgrades that will make it stand out from the rest of the Mustangs at the next show, it''s more than just a coupe with some modern wheels. In fact, this car would be easier to describe by telling you what''s NOT new rather than listing all the freshly installed hardware it carries. Repainted in brilliant Race Red from the 2011 Mustang color chart, this Mustang is proof that bright red on an early Mustang is always the right choice. The paint is fresh enough that you might be afraid to touch it, applied over laser-straight bodywork with crisp panel details that really pop no matter how closely you look. No need for fake Shelby add-ons or other styling gimmicks, the original Mustang coupe is an icon and wears its handsome curves quite well. Fit and finish are impressive and suggest both that this car was carefully restored and that it probably started out as a nice car before the work started-you don''t get doors that close like that from a beater. In addition, all the trim is new, including bumpers, stainless rocker panels, the badges, and, of course, the running pony up front in the grille. Inside there''s a beautiful and correct red interior, which has been restored to as-new condition with beautifully upholstered buckets that look incredibly inviting. There''s no damage, and only minor signs of use, which only adds to its appeal. A color-matched steering wheel frames the original gauges, which show crisp markings, and with white-faced Sunpro tach and temperature gauge it''s easy to keep an eye on things under the hood. There''s an AM/FM stereo in the original radio''s location, right above the correct-looking A/C system, which blows ice cold. There''s also a center console with armrest, a nice upgrade that makes this a very comfortable long-distance cruiser. The little Mustang also offers a surprisingly roomy trunk, as well, one which has been fully upholstered with a new mat and includes a full-sized spare. The engine is a 302 cubic inch V8 from a 1968 Mustang, but nobody will be able to tell the difference at a glance. Rebuilt in 2009, it''s still fresh with less than 3000 miles on it, and it looks great dressed in Cobra valve covers and a chrome air cleaner. You can see all the new gear, including the A/C system that uses R134a refrigerant for easy maintenance and with both power steering and brakes, this Mustang is a pleasure to drive. The 3-speed automatic transmission was rebuilt in 2011 and spins a set of 3.00 gears on a Track-Lok limited slip, so this pony is a fantastic high-speed touring car. Dual Flowmasters quiet down at highway speeds but show off the rumbling idle that comes from an upgraded camshaft inside the engine. Gorgeous chrome Torque Thrust wheels look fantastic, especially wrapped in fat 205/60/15 BFG radials. Complete with maintenance records and restoration receipts, this is a very fresh, totally finished Mustang that''s ready to enjoy. Truly a wolf in sheep''s clothing, this pretty red Mustang coupe definitely delivers. Call today. This vehicle is located in our Dallas/Fort Worth showroom. For more information, please call (817) 764-8000 or toll free (855) 877-2707.