Take a good long look at this 2004 Ford Mustang GT convertible. More than just a great color combo, you can instantly see from the outside that there is something special. And as you dig deeper, you'll discover this is a magazine project star that was given a full motor swap to a modern 5.0-liter Coyote V8. It's an expensive process of an interesting machine whose build receipts alone total more than our asking price! Finished in beautifully bright factory shade of Screaming Yellow, this is the droptop for those who like their Mustangs without a retro appearance. The sharp creases of the "New Edge" styling gives it a truly aggressive face. Of course, what helps really makes this GT model a force on the streets are intimidating features like the hood scoop and rear spoiler. But most of this is right from stock, and so this pony car has a bit of a sleeper image (if you can call yellow paint with dark features a sleeper!) Really the only indication that there's a much more modern beast beneath the skin is the upgrade to large 18-inch American Muscle chrome FR500 wheels. Inside is more premium Mustang features with subtle upgrades. The black leather interior matches nicely with the dark exterior accents, so this car looks great with the top up or down. This is a loaded GT with all the right features, including power driver's seat, keyless entry, power locks, dual airbags, ABS, cruise control, power steering, and the premium factory AM/FM stereo with a built-in six-disc CD changer. Plus, with power windows and a power folding top, you can go from enclosed comfort to a wind-in-your-hair experience without leaving the driver's seat. And you can do this well into the summer season thanks to the ice-cold air conditioning. But this is more than just a loaded droptop. You'll pickup up on more custom performance hints like the white-faced gauges, short-throw shifter, and the cool CDC light bar. This car was featured in the December 2014 issue of Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords for a very good reason... and you instantly know why when you lift the hood. The original 4.6-liter was a fine engine, but the pony car has evolved greatly since then. So now this aggressive-looking Mustang has a 5.0-liter Coyote V8 of the most modern GTs currently on the road. Doing this right is no pull-n-swap operation. That's why it received a five-page feature, and we have over $33K in build receipts. All of this is because the car not only received one of the best performance V8 ever made, but also there were extra performance upgrades like BBK headers, performance fuel rails, and a JLT cold air intake. There is a TON more that went into this custom 'Stang, so call for all the details. And a build this cool and modern needed an extra gear to enjoy it fully, and so a Tremec T-56 six speed and McLeod Racing twin-disc clutch were added to really take advantage of the new power. And all this extra muscle needs added control, too. That's why this has been upgraded with suspension components from Steeda and Tokico. Plus, a large set of Baer slotted and vented four-wheel disc brakes and Nitto NT55 Extreme ZR tires keep grip well in hand. This is a once-in-a-lifetime chance at a custom build for thousands $$$$ less than you could do it yourself. An opportunity like this is fleeting, so call today!