This is 2000s tuning culture at its best.
Looking through the classifieds, there are always one or two cars that have the power to overwhelm the senses. This 1999 Ford Mustang Convertible does that in more ways than one, be it the over-the-top interior, the vivid yellow paintwork - or the collection of more than twenty TV screens that are dotted in and around this car.
Offered for sale by the International Car Center, this wacky muscle car is a blast from the past, serving up early 2000s tuner culture and excess with an array of period-correct modifications.
So, how on earth do you fit 20 LCD screens in a car?
Let's start with the interior, where we spot at least seven displays. Three can be found in the center console, while another four can be found on the A-pillars, with a pair each for the driver and passenger.
Look closely, and you'll notice even the rearview mirror has two smaller LCD displays. Frankly, it's ridiculous but it's incredible to see this blast from the past of over-the-top tuning culture. As you would expect, the trunk of the Mustang has been filled with sound system equipment. This includes amplifiers, subwoofers, a Pioneer Premier head unit, and a DVD changer.
In keeping with the excessive theme, there's even an integrated iPod through which the driver can play their favorite early 2000s hits.
It doesn't stop there, though. For some reason, LCD screens have been fitted in the front radiator grille, the license plate bracket, under the hood, in the trunk - and on the front brake calipers. We've never seen anything like this before but at least you'll be entertained if you ever get a front tire puncture.
As for the design, the fourth generation Stang has been enhanced with a full Saleen body kit, a convertible styling bar, and a Cervinis Lightweight Cobra R hood. It's far from the ugliest Mustang we have ever seen, though.
The yellow paint job is supported by equally flashy 18-inch Saleen five-spoke wheels finished in chrome. The black fabric power top is just about the only stock component of this custom Mustang. If you thought the exterior was outlandish, the cabin will come as a shock.
Like the bodywork, nearly every surface of the cabin has been coated in yellow. This has been achieved through the liberal use of fiberglass - and a commitment to excessive taste, we presume. Speaker grilles can be found just about everywhere, along with aftermarket auto-meter gauge clusters, which reflect the low mileage of 21,951 miles.
Under the hood, you'll find a 4.6-liter V8 engine that sends its power to the rear wheels via a five-speed manual transmission. The seller notes that the powerplant has been fitted with a supercharger, but the stats still show stock outputs of 260 horsepower.
Priced at $29,990, this '99 Mustang convertible is nearly as expensive as a brand-new 2024 model.
If you've always wanted to own a car that gives excessive a new meaning, then perhaps it's the car for you. It would certainly work well in an eccentric car collection, or even as a prop for marketing or automotive movies. This isn't the first custom old-school Mustang we've seen. Last year, we reported on a SEMA show car that was selling for $125,000.
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