My Dad still talks about his ’65 Mustang and how he regrets ever getting rid of the classic. Then he goes on to brag how he only paid less than five grand for the thing. Though that isn’t quite realistic anymore, I have a wish to grant for you that will make the past obsolete. Today I am looking for the first time at the new 2011 Ford Mustang GT!
Folks you have to come down here and see it for yourself. It is beautiful. Soon to be one of the top ten cars of the new year, from where I’m standing it is well earned.
The new Mustang has everything
V8 power – 100 more horsepower than the V6
Won’t break the bank – starts at only $30k
Gas Mileage – 26 mpg on the highway
If you’re looking for a thrill, then the new Mustang has all you could ever want. That is of course unless you suddenly feel the urge to step up to a Shelby Mustang GT500. Then I will admit, that will have more thrill, but that may not be for everybody.
The Mustang itself may not be for everyone out there. If you’re cruising Shelbyville, used car shopping, I still invite you to head down here to O’brien. We’ll help you find what you’re looking for while your teenager drools on the new Mustang. It’s ok, we do it all day long.
If you’re not looking for speed and you need some hauling room, then again, if you’re around Shelbyville, used Ford truck options here on the lot won’t disappoint either.
Dad had the mustang in the early days, and yeah things have changed a lot in the, they don’t make them like they used to department, but I have to admit, and the other day he did too, that it sure is nice seeing Ford turn out the classics again. The last couple years have been crazy, but all they’ve done is put us back where we belong, on the top of American auto making, and back to cranking out good old fashioned American muscle.