Conceived in the optimism of the swinging '60s, and launched at the New York World's Fair in the spring of '64, the new Mustang – constituting an all-new category – did everything in the market but push the Beatles off the charts. An impossibly large number were sold in its first year, and the iconic 2+2 motors on, 50-plus years later.
Substantially rebooted for the 40th anniversary in 2005, the Mustang – with both a standard V6 and callously quick V8 – remains a serious take on this uniquely American definition of an accessible GT. At that time the platform still featured a live rear axle, and interior plastics were just so much plastic, but there's no argument with its bang-for-the-buck. The Mustang was quick and/or fast (depending on spec), and would never have embarrassed you, whether parked at L.A.'s old Chasen's or a Dallas-area Chili's.
This "for sale" Mustang GT boasts a great color, what look to be decent cosmetics, and super-low miles for a car something north of a dozen years old. I'd do a pre-purchase inspection, make sure services are current, and then plan to drive it like I stole it. And with an asking price of $7,200, you have stolen it!