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1991 mustang lx 306
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Description: mustang 1991 LX 306 - $5,000 OBO

This car has been just about rebuilt from the ground up but crashed and needs front body work, and door. I recommend transfering all the parts into another mustang because just about everthing except for the front stuts, and radiator is new. I DO NOT WANT TO SELL BUT SINCE HAVE TO PAY BILLS I'M PUTTING UP FOR SALE. GREAT FOR COBRA KIT CAR. Most mustangs wont have this low milage on parts, let alone all aftermarket so that you can drive your car hard. Let's be honest we all know a 70,000 mile beefed up mustang built to be driven hard was not driven nicely for those 70,000, compared to a car that was ment to be driven hard with 8,500 miles (the first 1,500 I babied it like crazy breaking it in) thats still got a lot more life in then a higher milage mustang. Also everything was replaced except for radiator and front struts, not just engine work or some of the suspension (no offense) You wont also see my wheels on other mustangs, I had to have them custom made, and I have one of the most strongest syncronized trans you can get, 2 people that I know on threre mustangs runs 12.50s (and not that its going to happen to everyone) one has been threw 3 world class transmission in one year and the other two, where I havent had a hint of a problem. Since I built it though, and part of the shop and know how the car runs, if I had money and could find a mustang for a 2 grand, I would buy and transfer without thinking twice about it.

Parts List:

ENGINE/DRIVETRAIN/AIR FUEL

-Machined block, honed, bored .30 over, polished crank
-eagle rods
-Wiesco pistons
-Edelbrock heads 1.90 , 1.60 valves (stud mounted)
-comp cams pushrods
-comp cams rocker arms 1.6
-ford racing hydraulic roller lifters
-ford racing x cam
-ford racing underdrive pulleys
-summit racing harmonic balancer
-Holley system max II intake manifold
-BBk 1 5/8 ceramic coated headers
-BBk 75mm throttle bodie
-C&L 76 mm mass air meter calibrated to injectors
-Ford racing 24# fuel injectors
-Holley 255 fuel pump
-bbk fuel pressure regulator
-new water pump
-canton 7 quart oil pan
-meldon oil pump
-windage tray
-Ngk spark plugs
-Msd ignition
-Msd distributor 6AL
-Msd coil pack
-Msd spark plug wires
-ARP BOLTS WERE USED ON EVERTHING
-Electric fan
-Ford racing starter
-Tko 600 transmission rated to 600hp and 600ft torque
-fidanza aluminum flywheel (rev's real quick)snappy
-Ford racing king cobra 2 clutch
-Autometer tach

CHASSIS AND SUSPESION

-QA1 K member
-4 banger springs,(better launch then stock at track)
-new engine mounts
-new bushings
-5 lug conversion new brakes,rotors,spindles
-hpm rear upper and lower control arms
-31 spline ford racing axles
-ford racing 4:30 gear set
-new drums
-brand new custom wheels 17x8 wheels and 17x9.5 dish wheels

That's all I can think of the moment as of parts, I know its a long list, but I just want to stress the point that this is real steal about 10,000 miles on all these parts and invested around $14,000 not including the purchase of the car. The car has been sitting just over a year now but is started and driven down the road a couple times per month to keep from rusting. I have another car a focus so left my mustang for the nice days. It has been to the dragstrip and ran 12.67 @110 with a 1.76 60ft with the low pro's, should be able to run in the low 12's with slicks and the right amount of traction. Was tuned by Alternative auto and ran on the dyno, posting up 304hp and torque at wheels at 5800 rpm. It does need a new raditor and electic fan does not turn on anymore.

WILL DELIVER ANYWHERE IN MI FOR FREE.

My contact number is 586-453-6516 or call 586-781-3454 if no answer on the first number.

Thanks,

Isiah

For video of car go to Streetfire.net in the search type in Mustang dreamer.
State/Province: MI
Country: US
Contact: Isiah Eller
Phone: 586-453-6516
Email: script_86@yahoo.com
Location: Imaly City
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Registered: February 2008
Location: Redding
Posts: 454
Comment Date: 6/2/2008
Hey are you willing to part out the car or do you wanna sell it all
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