05 Mustang info sheet

Discussion in '2005 - 2009 Specific Tech' started by vrpirata, Jan 19, 2004.

  1. Has anyone besides me noticed that this dealer card lists the width as 74.0", not the 72.1" listed in the magazine articles? :stick:

    So much for all you clowns who were whining about the 2005 Mustang being too narrow. Does it look better to you guys now? :rlaugh:
  2. With a 4L I think the V6 will respond well to mods....200/235 isn't bad....but with minor work I think the six packs could compete with some stock 99+ GT's. I guess time will tell though.
  3. That speed shot on the top right looks so much like a 69 sportsroof. Ford did a sweet job. The only main thing I would have done different would be the "mustang hind quarters" or the hump that starts right at the quarter windows on all the classics. It would have added a lot more character to it.
  4. I also think the rear 1/3 of the car is too big.
  5. I agree, too big, needs some work.
  6. I hate those 16" rims
  7. So no mention of the sub $20k V8 package. Hmmm.

    Side-impact airbags, cool.

    And what's that trunk shot supposed to show? We already know it's got a big butt.
  8. Woohoo, Sonic Blue is available ! :banana:
  9. It reminds me of the '65 GT350R. The car is gorgeous. 300hp and a 5-speed for 25K.
  10. The trunk shot is supposed to show us that, despite an entirely new Mustang, it still has a worthless trunk opening. Looks like we might have a tiny bit more space in there, but the opening is still pretty lousy. Sigh.
  11. :shrug: Its a sports car bro?? I'm glad its got one
  12. Ah, the Mustang isn't a sports car. It's more of a sports coupe. A sports car only has two seats. I don't have any complaints with the amount of space in the trunk itself, just the serious lack of access to it. The opening could be a bit wider. Oh well.
  13. looks good to me! :banana: :banana:
  14. It's a pony car. But it should be called a predatory fish car, since Plymouth was the first to introduce the concept with the Barracuda.
  15. Sorry but the original Barracuda wasn't much more than a Valliant with a big glass fastback roof stuck on its rear. It did not have Pony Car proportions, which is what made the original Mustang.
  16. So go buy a Crown Victoria then. :rolleyes:
  17. About the trunk, I agree with the haters, why can't they engineer the rear tail lights to be attached to the trunk? It would still look the same. Only thing I do miss about my Prode is the hatch, you could fit a butt-load of stuff in there, flip the rear seats down and you could put a freakin' conference table back there. Oh well, what counts is under the hood, not the trunk. ;-)