Expired 2003 Mustang Gt Convertible - Centennial Edition

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    5N95Le5Md3G93Ma3H9c7u18ba0819128610d3[1].jpg You are looking at a very nice one-owner Black 2003 Mustang GT Convertible Centennial Edition. There were only 1,323 of these convertibles made, so you aren't likely to see another!

    This car is in great condition, never driven hard, not a thing wrong with it. I'm looking for a car with a little more room in it.

    This car has:

    77,000 miles on it
    Automatic Transmission
    Mach 460 Sound System with 6-Disc CD Changer
    Traction Control
    Automatic Top (Top is in great condition and also have convertible cover to cover the top when it's down)
    4.6L V8

    Centennial Edition was a $995 upgrade and it added:

    Centennial Key Chain
    Centennial Mustang Book
    Premium Verona-grain Imola leather seating surfaces in two-tone parchment
    100th Anniversary badges on the fender and decklid and embossed on the seats

    Tasteful Modifications:

    18" Black FR500 Wheels - 18x9 in the front, 18x10 in the rear (~$1500)
    MRT Catted H-Pipe with Flowmaster American Thunder Stainless Steel Exhaust (Sounds Great) (~$2000)
    35% Tint all around
    8" Shorty Antenna (Replaces the original beast)
    Sequential Tail Lights (Doesn't actually sequence when you press the brakes like the cheap kits, sequences like the new Mustangs)

    Eibach Springs that are still new in the box never installed ($250 retail)

    Recent Work:

    Fuel System Cleaning
    New Battery
    Just had two new front tires installed
    This week had both quarter windows replaced (The original windows had lost some of their weatherstripping)
    Also this week, I had the oil changed

    This car is in great mechanical and physical condition not a thing wrong with it (some light scratches and a few chips in the paint).
    The Kelley Blue BookValue is $11,232 + $4,000 in upgrades, so $10,500 seems like a fair asking price.

    I'm sure there are details I'm missing, but if you have any questions, feel free to contact me.

    You can call/text me at: (614) 450-2315, or email me.

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    smp4502004 New Member

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    Car is SOLD!

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