2003 Ford Mustang Brochure

Wow the 2003 Ford Mustang brochure is making a big impact; perhaps they are making up for the lack of sales literature for 2002. Whatever it is the 2003 Mustang looks exciting and fun. They have covered the spectrum with the Mach1, Mustang Convertible and the Mustang GT. That’s right the Mustang Mach 1 is back and in big way with 305 horsepower, special interior, a shaker hood design from the past and specially design instrumental panel that looks like something that just came off the track. The 4.6L DOHC 305 hp V-8 with multi-port fuel injection will let those 17” wheels and tires know who is boss.

2003 Ford Mustang brochure PDF

Next up is the Mustang Convertible as shown in the 2002 Ford Mustang brochure with the top down and ready to go for a late night summer cruise. Put the pedal to the metal and let the pony out to play. The standard V-6 isn’t shy when it comes to cruising and it looks good doing it with 16” polished alloy wheels and a new sculpted hood. The hood scoop makes it look tough and the new black letter on the back let everyone know who passed him or her. I must say the 2003 Ford Mustang does look better and especially the Mustang GT.

2003 Ford Mustang sales pamphlets PDF

Last but not least we have the 2002 Mustang GT. The sound of the 260 horsepower V-8 engine is like music to your ears when it rumbles out of the brightly polished stainless steel exhaust tips while you are cruising down the road. The Mustang can be had in both a soft or hardtop and the new GT 17” 5-spoke bright alloy wheels are like the icing on the cake. The 2002 Ford Mustang brochure also displays a new Mach 1000 sound system with a MP3 player. Not to mention the interior features that really make the 2003 Mustang stand out when you see the sales literature.

2003 Ford Mustang Brochure PDF and Sales Pamphlet

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