Let the discussion begin.
Originally, this was a 1998 Ford Mustang. It's hard to make that claim now. Anyone who wants to modify their cars is free to do so but, sometimes, things get out of hand. This is clearly one of those cases. Aside from the visual distraction over-modified cars become, they can typically be hard to sell. This could very well be the situation regarding this over two-decade-old Mustang. It's currently up for sale on the San Antonio, Texas Facebook Marketplace and, as of this writing, doesn't have any takers. Can't say we're in the least bit surprised.
What you need to know is this is a 3.8-liter V6-powered Mustang, with a bland 150 horsepower and 215 lb-ft of torque. It gets worse: it's not equipped with the five-speed manual but rather the slow-shifting five-speed slushbox. Perhaps we can take some comfort in knowing this wasn't a V8, manual-equipped Ford Mustang GT. It'd be totally ruined.
The seller claims it has 156,000 miles on its clock and still runs great. There are also 20-inch wheels wearing new tires. Asking price (or trade): $2,800. Yeah, good luck with that. There are clearly a number of modifications, beginning with the horribly applied black paint job, which has since faded. More than likely the Mustang was originally painted red. There's also a fake side air intake system but the side-exit exhaust pipes appear to be functional. There's also a red cylinder, located above the right rear taillight, with a hose attaching it to the fuel cap. It's a mystery whether it's some sort of modified fuel delivery feature or just for show.
And then there's the body kit. It appears to include a new front end as well as pieces covering the rear hatch and sides. Painted on the side are the words 'Devil's Gate.' This also happens to be the title of a poorly rated 2018 sci-fi thriller. But whatever.
Not everyone shares the same sense of style and this Mustang definitely proves that, for better or worse.