Once one of the most common sights on America’s roadways, the Ford Taurus has largely disappeared, which is typically the case with older, discontinued vehicles. However, we’re starting to see more and more nice, low-mile examples of the once world-beating machine pop up for sale, including a 42k-mile 1989 SHO and a 32k-mile LX wagon, to name just a couple. Now, this stellar 1993 Ford Taurus SHO has surfaced for sale at Bring a Trailer, giving someone a great opportunity to pick up a nice example of the high-performance sedan.
This 1993 Ford Taurus SHO is also a low-mile gem, with just 43k miles showing on the odometer and few flaws to note. Finished in Deep Emerald Green, it has never left the state of Pennsylvania throughout its entire lifespan, and has lived under just two owners over the past 30 years. It also remains in bone stock condition, with only the typical scratches and deformed window molding marring its otherwise immaculate finish.
The same goes for the black leather interior, which looks nearly as good as new, save for the typical creases in the seats. Otherwise, there are plenty of amenities here to enjoy, including automatic climate control, cruise control, a power-adjustable driver seat, a premium sound system with an AM/FM/cassette stereo, power windows, door locks, and mirrors, and even an old fashioned car phone, though it doesn’t actually work.
Power for this 1993 Ford Taurus SHO comes from the Yamaha-sourced DOHC 3.2L V6, which was factory-rated to produce 220 horsepower. It sends that power to the front wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission for what was once considered brisk performance, though it’s still acceptably capable even by today’s standards. Perhaps more importantly, nice SHOs like this one are getting harder to find, making this one a rather enticing offering.