The 1992 psychological thriller will be remembered for Sharon Stone’s performance and its car chase with a Lotus Espirit. But there is also the appearance of a dark red Mustang convertible driven by Michael Douglas. The car endures a lot of torture and perfectly fits the photography and feel of the movie (via IMCDB).
At that time, the Mustang was once again an affordable performance car with lots of options and enough power to spin the rear wheels in any gear. That is why we consider the 1988 to 1993 Mustang 5.0 GT as one of the best ’80 muscle cars. This car marked a return to the roots with a strong V8 engine and exciting performance. Also, the late ’80s Fox-body GT was very popular, so they’re plentiful today. Which makes them an excellent choice for entry-level collectors. On the other hand, the aftermarket for those cars is enormous, so you can modify and make your Fox-body GT even faster, easy, and cheap.