Though it ultimately never replaced the Ford Mustang in FoMoCo’s lineup as originally intended, the Probe did manage to hang around for roughly a decade before it was discontinued. In recent months, we’ve also seen a few nice examples of the much-maligned model pop up for sale at various online auction sites and garner decent money, including a 1994 SE with just 45k miles on the clock. Now, this 1993 Ford Probe GT up for grabs at Bring a Trailer keeps that trend going – this time, in a sportier direction.
With just 30k miles on the odometer, this 1993 Ford Probe GT is still in like-new condition, and it remained in the possession of the original owner until the seller acquired it back in 2021. There aren’t too many flaws to note on the outside, as the silver paint looks to be in fantastic condition save for a few blemishes on the rocker panel and trunk, and the same goes for the 16-inch wheels wrapped in a set of newer 225/50 Michelin Pilot Exalto PE2 tires.
The sporty looks of the Probe GT are complemented by a sport-tuned suspension and four-wheel disc brakes, along with red trimmed accents inside the cabin to break up the sea of gray that adorns pretty much everything else. Otherwise, there are plenty of amenities present here, including air conditioning, cruise control, a factory AM/FM/cassette stereo, a power-adjustable driver’s seat, and power windows, door locks, and mirrors.
Power for this 1993 Ford Probe GT comes from the Mazda-sourced 2.5L six-cylinder engine that was factory-rated to send 164 horsepower and 156 pound-feet of torque to the front wheels – in this case, via a proper five-speed manual transmission. Surely, we imagine that there can’t be too many Probe GTs with such low mileage left on the planet, making this example a pretty enticing find.