I'm considering getting back into the mustang world after stepping away from foxbody's nearly 20yrs ago. I got burnt out on the whole scene, modding, repairing and maintaining the car and I'm wondering if I'll run into a similar experience with a nearly 30yr old sn95. A family member is willing to give me their 94gt for free. Bone stock, garage kept, hardly driven in recent years. Body is in great shape, runs and drives, just a broken window motor. Has 100k on it and nothing has really been replaced, just regular oil changes. This is just a fun second car that I'd do a mild hci combo. I don't want to get carried away, I learned my lesson from before. My concern is the potential issues that may pop up being a 30yr old car. Whether it's another window motor, suspension, gauges, fuel system, electrical, or whatever. While I'll go thru the motor and trans, I don't want to be regularly fixing/replacing every little thing on the car. I've never owned a car this old, what can I expect?