As is the case with most popular vehicles, the S197 generation Ford Mustang was once just another used car, but in recent months, is seemingly starting to become more collectible. Recently, we saw a pristine, 1,200-mile 2005 GT pop up at auction, and there have been several others selling for solid money on various platforms as well. Now, we have yet another super-nice S197 to add to that list, courtesy of this low-mile 2007 Ford Mustang GT currently up for grabs at Cars & Bids.
Packing plenty of retro style that many still appreciate today, this 2007 Ford Mustang GT is finished in black with Pearl Gold stripes and no modifications, giving it a classic pony car vibe. As one might imagine, it isn’t in totally perfect condition, and has the requisite stone chips up front and creases/wear in the front seat bolsters, along with tires that are over a decade old. However, those sorts of things can be overlooked given its many other positive attributes.
This 2007 Ford Mustang GT has lived its entire life in sunny and dry California, and has no accidents of mileage discrepancies to note. It still wears its original 18-inch alloy wheels, along with fog lights and a rear spoiler, plus interior amenities such as leather upholstery, power-adjustable and heated front seats, a leather-trimmed steering wheel, and the Shaker 1000 audio system with a trunk-mounted subwoofer and six-disc CD changer.
Power for this particular pony car comes from the naturally-aspirated Ford 4.6L V8, which in this guise was originally rated to produce 300 horsepower and 320 pound-feet of torque. With timeless styling and few miles on the clock, this pony car seems destined to conjure up some interest at auction, though there are still six full days to go before the hammer falls.