One of the most well-known muscle vehicles in American automotive history is the Ford Mustang.
However, for some reason, aficionados tend to ignore the models from the early 2000s
These Mustangs belonged to the fourth generation, often known as the New Edge
which also comprised the Terminator Cobra from 2003 to 2004, the Cobra R, and the Cobra from 1999 to 2001.
According to YouTuber David Patterson of ThatDudeInBlue, there are several fantastic examples
The memory of this generation has been marred by disagreement regarding the power statistics of the 1999–2001
For more contemporary Ford Mustangs or a vintage model from the 1980s or earlier, enthusiasts
From the early 1990s until the early 2000s, Ford manufactured the fourth generation of the Mustang,
The SN-95 Mustang, which was in production from 1995 until 2004, was a significant
makeover of the previous iteration of the fourth-generation muscle car. The many smooth lines
For YouTuber Stangry5.0, though, there was no need to go all the way up to the Dark Horse.
His belief is that the Mustang GT’s good enough — but, of course, not in stock form.