For Mustang fans, the 1994 Mustang was a pretty big deal. Replacing the Fox-body Mustangs was a big job, so the new car had to be better in every way without losing what made the earlier cars great. Well, this 1994 Mustang GT convertible nails it: fast, stylish, affordable, and very modification-friendly. With just 31,112 original miles, it''s a super clean, unabused, totally stock 5-speed ragtop that''s ready for anything you can throw at it. Ford designers had a big job ahead of them, but the 1994 Mustang was a slam-dunk, re-inventing the Mustang with both a forward look and a nod to tradition. Painting this one bright red only reinforces its ties to the original, along with the running pony emblem up front, the C-scoops in the quarter panels, and, of course, a wild take on the three-element taillight lenses. With just over 31,000 original miles, this one is remarkably nice and it clearly hasn''t been used as daily transportation. Things like the urethane front bumper, small rocker panel moldings, and rear spoiler are all in excellent shape and the fit and finish of these cars has always been impressive. The vivid red paint was part of the special edition color combination that celebrated the all-new Mustang and it''s certainly bright with a very Mustang look. And the years have been kind to the SN-95 Mustangs, as they''re now as familiar as the originals and just as beloved. The brilliant white leather interior glows against the red paint and as you''d expect, it''s in excellent condition. Hard to believe this car is 20 years old, isn''t it? OK, yes, the most interesting thing inside is the 5-speed manual transmission, but you''ll also find an upgraded set of seats that were far more supportive than the old Fox-body chairs, deeply sculpted door panels that don''t even show an indentation from the driver''s elbow, and carpets that look almost new. A full complement of gauges live in an easy-to-read housing and just about everything was standard in this particular car: A/C, power windows and locks, cruise control, power seats, and a great-sounding AM/FM/CD/cassette stereo that easily keeps up with the wind noise in a convertible. And speaking of convertibles, there''s a power convertible top that stows itself in seconds, so a red light is enough time to go alfresco, and there''s even a reasonably-sized trunk for your gear. Ford fans needn''t have worried, the 5.0 carried over to the SN-95s and if anything it was stronger than ever. Ford played a few games with the numbers in ''93 and ''94 to make the new car seem more powerful, but given that this is the most modification-friendly engine on earth, well, it''s all academic anyway. The good news is that this one is a totally blank slate, completely stock and unmodified and ready to go. From the curved intake to the stock exhaust manifolds and rumbling dual exhaust, this car runs like it just pulled out of the showroom. The stronger chassis eliminates flex and thereby squeaks and rattles, and the Mustang finally got the 4-wheel disc brakes that it had needed since 1983. The suspension is reasonably supple and those cool 3-spoke alloy wheels were the GT''s most distinguishing feature. Not perfect, but surely one of the nicer early SN-95s you''ll ever see. Perfect for Mustang fans or the guy who just wants a fast, fun, affordable ragtop. 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.