The 80s and the Mustang marque was a time when survival was in order but that didn't stop examples like this 1992 Ford Mustang LX we have today from leaving the factory floors. With a reported 92,900 miles on the clock, this clean example of a Fox Body Mustang is an example of standing out and provides the ultimate bang for buck behind the wheel.
With the Fox Body styling becoming popular amongst Mustang enthusiasts, this 1992 Ford Mustang LX with its black exterior sure is hot property in the Mustang world. Walking around and you would note that this car sports all its original features and is one clean car. In terms of shoes, this car sits on a set of silver Cobra R wheels that reflects the 90s Fox body design well. A keen eye would note the “LX” present in the car's name and that's due to this car sporting a luxury trim from the factory. The black and grey interior is a time capsule and sports all its original trim. Two upgrades stand out amongst the original interior, the silver Hurst gear knob ensures every gear shift is dramatic as the performance of this car and an aftermarket stereo with JL subwoofers in the rear ensures your tunes are done justice.
The Fox Body Mustang was a hit and ensured the Mustang marque lived to fight another day, over its long production run you could drive off the factory floor with either a 4 cylinder powertrain ensuring fuel-sipping performance or a high-performance V8 ensuring a smile on every gear shift. This 1992 Ford Mustang LX sports the latter but comes with a trick up its sleeve in the form of a supercharged 5.0L V8 powertrain that is built to eat up drag strips and still look tame. While the supercharged performance would be sufficient this car sees some upgrades which include a performance air filter, line lock, GT40 heads, and fresh plug wires ensuring smooth delivery of power. The current owner reports that the car has seen some recent maintenance done to keep it running smooth, speaking of smooth this car also sports upgraded brakes, suspension, and a 5 bolt Cobra rear end to ensure all this upgraded power can be channeled smoothly. Power is sent to the car's rear wheels through a manual transmission, the way it should.
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