You wouldn't want one of those mid - late 90s Mustangs anyway. Total crap fest.
I had to drop about $3700 in my '95 to make it handle right.
Front Cobra Control arms.
Solid UPR rear control arms
Eibach Lowering springs
Tokico struts and shocks
maximum Motorsports caster/camber plates
More $$$ if you include better wheels and tires.
And after all of this, I could NOT find a rear sway bar that would not break the end off of. Strange thing about these cars. If it ever breaks a rear swaybar, it will always break one. If the car never breaks one, never an issue. My oldest son's cars never broke one. My youngest boy broke his as fast as I broke mine. I went through 3, including a Steeda brand. Finally pulled it off and had to slow down my curvy driving. Son didn't compensate for his driving when he broke his and lost it in a turn and hit a guard rail.
But with the above mods, the car really handled great in every day traffic. Ford should have been sued for the crappy stock GT brakes they put on these cars.
Funny story....After the son pulled his sway bar off, he left it laying by the walk way going into the back yard. Daughter came home one night and was coming in the house. I heard a loud scream from the back yard and went running to the porch. She was hysterical because a huge snake was reared up and about to bite her as she came through the gate. I got my flash light and showed her that her snake was quite stiff and couldn't move.
Edited by ScottsGT, 08 May 2018 - 06:12 PM.