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1999-2000 Ford Mustang Information

This is some of my information about models, engines, and more of the 1999-2000 Ford Mustang!


  1. Mustang Sport
  2. GT

  3. Mustang Sport Coupe
  4. GT Coupe

  5. Mustang Sport Convertible
  6. GT Convertible



V-6 3.8 Liters 150 HP @ 4,000 rpm

Torque - 215 lbs.


V-8 4.6 Liters 225 HP @ 4,750 rpm

Torque - 290 lbs.


Both models, Mustang and GT are Standard w/ 5-speed Manual

Avaliable w/ 4-speed Automatic



Wheelbase - 101.3"

Length - 191.5"

Height - 53.2"

Width - 71.8"

Fuel Tank - 15.7 gal.


Wheelbase - 101.3"

Length - 181.5"

Height - 53.4"

Fuel Tank - 15.7 gal.

Colors will be shown later when I can get research availiable!
Visit one of my new pages to see about the all new Roush Performance III Mustang! Roush Performance III Mustang
View some of the history how the Ford Mustang got started in this interesting timeline.

1964 (April 17) - Sports car tradition begins 18 months of development, released price $2,320.

1964 (May 31) - Becomes Official Pace Car of the 48th Annual Indianapolis 500.

1965 - Mustang Fastback 2+2 Convertible & Notchback introduced.

1965 (April) - Mustang GT models are optional.

1966 - Loses honeycomb grill and increases more chrome.

1968 - Mustang GT Fastback 2+2 introduced.

1970 - Mustang Mach I introduced.

1974 - Ponygrill ornament is shown from a gallop to a trout to conserve energy.

1979 - Newer 79’ Model Mustang introduced as the 62nd Indianapolis 500 Pace Car.

1980 - Newer 80’ Mustang Cobra introduced featuring optional T-top.

1982 - Mustang L introduced.

1983 - All-new 83’ model Mustang GT introduced with a sharper front end.

1985 - Grill is taken away from the GT & new hood increases 30 more hp.

1986 - Mustang releases LX 5.0 Liter Engine model.

1988 - Mustang releases LX 5.0 Liter with 225 hp for $1,885. The LX can be rebuilt to the GT engine.

1989 - Ford celebrates 25th Anniversary.

1990 - Mustang GT improves newer instruments & technology. Mustang builds 3,837 Green Metallic cars for "best-sellers".

1991 - Mustang LX 5.0 jumps from 88-105 hp. Mustang improves new-bucket seats.

1993 - Only 107 Mustang Cobra R models are built with 235 hp.

1994 - Newer 94’ model is introduced with sharper front.

Newer 94’ Mustang Cobra SVT is introduced with the V-8 5.0 Liter of 240hp

1995 - 95’ Mustang Cobra SVT R introduced for the track. Includes: 351 Marine Block, 5-speed.

1997 - GT features new 4.6 Liter with 215hp.

1998 - Exhaust accessories brings in 10hp. Newer clock pods are made.

1999 - Jack Roush builds Roush Performance III Mustang w/ new Roush Racing Specs. 1999 - New Mustang Saleen is changed and introduced.

History of the Ford Mustang

On April 17, 1964, the Ford Mustang entered the market. The Mustang was originally named the 64½ because of the month it was released. The Mustang has been changed over the various years and has developed into many different models. Few features of the Mustang have changed such as the grill, chrome, and extra accessories.

In the late 1960’s and early 1970’s, Ford released the Fastback and Notchback. The Fastback 2+2 was a new 1970 model. Among the powerful engines Mustang developed, Ford came up with the idea of a new engine that made the Mustang a muscle car. A bigger engine then hit the market for early models.

In the late 1970’s, Mustang came up with a bigger and better family car with more comfortable room inside the interior. In 1979, the Mustang was the pace car of the 62nd Indianapolis 500.

In the early 1980’s, new improved front-ends and better aerodynamics set more horsepower to the Mustang. The new LX 5.0 Liter was a big seller of the 80’s and improved the production run. The LX could soon be rebuilt to the GT by building in the GT engine and GT suspension for only less than $2,000.

In 1990, Mustang improved their electronics and monitor pods by updating technology.

Soon through 1993-1995, the all new Mustang GT was introduced and was Motor Trend’s Car of the Year. Along with the GT, the new Cobra R model was released in 1995 with a sportier and faster engine.

"Ford Mustang" a car that has been called the American sports car. Since its introduction in ’64, it has found its place in the hearts of many Americans. The galloping stallion has placed itself in our society.