1999 Ford Mustang
1999 marked the 35th anniversary of the legendary Ford Mustang. The exterior of the car featured more angular body lines yet retained the general body shape debuted in the SN95 platform in 1994. The major change was improved cylinder heads, cams, and intake system. These changes net the new Mustang with a legitimate 260 horespower at the rear wheels. When combined with a good driver the 4.6L can run high 13 second quarter mile times at 100mph.
During 1999 a Cobra mustang was again offered. However, several design flaws resulted in less than expected performance. Ford did offer recalls to improve intake and exhaust flow which built the power level back up to the claimed 320 horsepower. Read more about the 1999 Cobra Mustang.
STEERING AND SUSPENSION
BASE CURB WEIGHT
** - to be determined
Features & Options
RADIO, MACH 460 ELECTRONIC AM/FM STEREO/CASSETTE (588)
Predelivery Only . 361
Predelivery w/Undercoat 362
Local/State Ordinance Deviation 931
Priced DORA ..C09
CALIFORNIA/NORTHEAST STATES**/CROSS-BORDER STATES***
CALIFORNIA EMISSIONS SYSTEM 422
Required on units for California and Northeast States registration. Optional for Cross-Border States. NA with 428 High Altitude Principle Use.
CALIFORNIA EMISSIONS SYSTEM NOT REQUIRED .. ...423
Control code for units either shipped to California or Northeast States dealers or ordered by California or Northeast Stated dealers for registration in non-California, non-Northeast States locations.
CALIFORNIA/NORTHEAST STATES PUBLIC SERVICE/EMERGENCY VEHICLE EXCEPTION .. .936
Only available on units sold to authorized governmental units and privately-owned ambulance companies. Must also use Code 423 when ordering.
NON-CALIFORNIA/NON-NORTHEAST/NON-CROSS BORDER STATES DEALER ORDER FOR CALIFORNIA OR NORTHEAST STATES REGISTRATION 93N
Required on all units ordered by dealers for California or Northeast States registration when the vehicle is going delivered to a non-California, non-Northeast, non-Cross-Border States location. Requires 422 California Emissions System. Vehicles must be registered in California or Northeast States.
Northeast States are Connecticut, Delaware, Maryland, Massachusetts, New Hampshire, New Jersey, New York, Pennsylvania, Rhode Island, Vermont, Virginia and Washington D.C.
Cross-Border States are Arizona, Kentucky, Maine, Nevada, North Carolina, Ohio, Oregon, Tennessee and West Virginia.
VEHICLES DESTINED FOR HIGH ALTITUDE AREAS
HIGH ALTITUDE PRINCIPAL USE 428
Control code required on all units sold for principal use in high altitude counties, and defined in EPA regulations, and listed in the Dealer Initial Ordering Guide. High altitude performance and/or emissions control equipment provided as required to comply with EPA regulations or general product vehicle performance acceptance standards. Also available on units for sale in high altitude fringe areas. NA with 422 California Emissions.
NON-HIGH ALTITUDE PRINCIPAL USE 429
Control code on units shipped to high altitude areas or units ordered by high altitude area dealers for registration in a non-high altitude area.