Ford sold million and a half Mustangs between 1994 and 2004, so it may be a little unrealistic to assume that all of them have noticeable external damage. Yet every time I see one parked on the street or driving next to me, here is: a mudguard dragging on the ground, a big tear in the convertible peak, huge areas of peeling paint or some other big, noticeable damage, it's not always one and same damage, but every fourth Mustang has apparently been destroyed or destroyed in some way. It doesn't seem to be true, just because of the large number of mustangs made over the years. But every time I see a Mustang from this crop, it seems like he's seen some shit.
There are other vehicles that always look with some type of damage or degradation: recessed Camry faded rear lights of a second kind of Lexus GS, ] Scion TC hatch handle third generation Ford Explorer crack in 19459 [color][19459008plasticundertherearwindowButwiththeMustangit'sjustanaccidentalbreakdown
I know, old cars often have dents and scratches, and most the new booths of the fourth kind are already old enough to get a part-time job at Six Flags. But there is something different, something more significant in the Mustang, especially the fourth generation, and I don't think it's a quality or production problem.
I don't want to sound like I blame the drivers here. I don't want to sound like saying that Mustang drivers are more reckless or aggressive. I don't want to give the impression that I have any dissatisfaction with the Mustang drivers, just because one was running a stop and giving my thigh bone seventeen degrees of freedom. I certainly do not mean to suggest that the Mustangs are vehicles of destruction and that everyone behind the wheel of one is a madman who has to take away their license.
That's not what I'm saying.
I'm just saying that all fourth generation Ford Mustangs seem to have lost the fight.