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To start, I grew up around Mustangs and car shows. My family has traveled all over to various shows... it seemed like all we ever did was attend car shows lol. I guess at some point, we all grew out of it. We still own two but they are strictly garage queens. With that being said, I have wanted an 87-93 LX notchback for the longest time. I constantly browsed but never really committed to anything.

I first saw the car on eBay on 09/24/18 and messaged the seller. Pretty much sight unseen, I purchased the car. I've never purchased a car blindly before nor have I ever even thought about arranging to ship a car 1,627 miles across the country.

My main concern, living in the rust infested north east, was to find a car with minimal to no rust and something that was half presentable from the jump. I wasn't worried about minor issues.

After requesting various pictures to prove it was rust free and arranging a price, I committed but the seller could not find the title. After waiting nearly three weeks for the duplicate title, the seller finally received it and we made the transaction final.

On 10/18/18, I arranged for Montway Auto Transport to transport the car from Texas to Pennsylvania and I purchased a Marti report. On 10/22/18 (my birthday), Montway picked the car up. On 10/25/18 at 1450 hrs., the car was delivered.

All in all, the car seemed half decent off the trailer.

The car was described as:

"Car runs great, A/C blows ice cold, heater works great, driven in Texas summer traffic with A/C blasting with no issues. (False - heater works minimally at best)

The only modifications done to this vehicle:

- Off-Road H Pipe (False - X-pipe)
- Flowmaster Cat-Back (False - Mac mufflers with stock tailpipes)
- New Aluminum 3 Row Radiator False again - Filled with K Seal and appears to be garbabe
- Steeda Tri-Ax Shifter (False - stock shifter)
- New 255LPH Fuel Pump (False - pump was shot and the unattached sock was black)
- New Plugs, Wires and Cap and Rotor

Only 1 issue. 2nd gear synchro is showing wear. Not very costly to replace or rebuild. (False - 2nd gear is barely there)

Vehicle has a salvaged title due to theft during previous ownership in 2001. The only damages was to steering column and interior. All of which has been replaced. Car was never wrecked and has all original body panels. Zero Rust. " Still up in the air. No evidence of a theft other than missing the original front seats. Column/ignition/locks appear unaltered. ** Update: Front radiator support appears to have been replaced. Missing buck tags. Air bag was replaced with a black airbag that was painted a mismatched magenta color.





Undisclosed issues with the car:
  • Altenator
  • Cracked windshield (hidden by a windshield banner)
  • Faded window tint
  • Fuel Pump
  • Fuel Filter
  • Harmonic balancer
  • A/C clutch compressor
  • Cracked/Worn fuel filler neck seal
  • Missing front 3.5" dash speakers
  • Transmission not bolted to the crossmember
  • Clutch adjusted all the way out
  • Clutch cable ready to snap
  • 2nd gear pretty much gone
  • Gear oil in the transmission
  • Rear Main Seal
  • Mismatched tires, cracked, dry rotted, chords showing
  • Horn didn't work
  • Missing antenna
  • Missing ashtray door & cigarette lighter
  • Missing wedge/broken bolt in the battery tray
  • Missing firewall to hood seal
  • Missing hood bumper
  • Airbag only secured with two nuts

In sum, this is simply a progress thread. I plan to keep the car original in its current trim aside from suspension and engine work.

Shoutouts/thanks in no particular order:
  • My uncle, Scott
  • My fiancee, Allison
  • My mom
  • Ricky/DeFrank's Automotive
  • Joey, Gary/Sunoco
  • Steve/231 Performance



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Pictures of the car from the seller:

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First order of business was to remove that windshield banner and horrible window tint.





Ah ha.. so that's why the banner was there.







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Replaced some nasty interior parts right off the bat.











Battery cover from a 1996 Cobra:





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Cleaning up the nasty engine bay.



Brand new hood liner, battery cover, coil cover, etc. Surprisingly the light still worked... just needed plugged back in.



Some old stickers on the car:





Working on the window tint... bit hard to do when it's 40 degrees outside.





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Brand new alternator:





8" LMR stubby antenna:



Once we installed the alternator, we attempted to fill the tank... low and behold:

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Steam cleaned the entire interior.



The water was pretty much black:



The inside of the gauge cluster looks like the car sat in a barn for 25 years so I cleaned it up:



Brand new floor mats that I'll never step foot on:







Most of the clean up has been done in the rain but it made for a cool photo:

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Knowing that the car still needed to pass an Enhanced Pennsylvania inspection, I started digging through Google in an attempt and hope that there was an easy fix for the horn.

A quick search revealed that it is usually something minor as metal in the cigarette lighter blowing a fuse.

Low and behold:

An old nasty license plate screw wedged in there.



Used this helpful diagram:





More goods:





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Finally got the car on a lift to prepare for the enhanced inspection. Big shout out to my buddy Ricky and DeFrank's Automotive.



How?



Why?



It just gets better and better:





Setting the timing:





Changed the oil... forgot a standard filter would not clear the sway bar due to the oil cooler.





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Brand new windshield:







The guy from SafeLite was very knowledgeable and pointed out that it appeared to be the original windshield still in the car.
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Set of brand new blank keys:



Still need to dye it but I was tired of looking at the missing e-brake housing seal and the missing ash tray door.





Fit and finish is nice. To me though, it's not super functional... anything taller than a 12 oz drink will be in the way when you shift.
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The car passed the enhanced inspection which was needed before I could title and register the car.





The old pedals were beat:











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Installed the new battery tray and found a sweet ratchet hidden underneath:





It appears that there is no OE like replacement for this piece of insulation so I pulled the cracked and dry rotted one off:



Also replaced the fuel filter... the car would sputter after driving it a bit and when it started sputtering the fuel pump would start howling.



Replaced the hood release cable... the old one was hanging one by a thread.

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Replaced the headlight bulbs. The old ones were mismatched, dated 01/15 and covered in overspray.



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One of my big dilemmas was getting rid of that ugly silver radio that came in the car.

I wanted an OE cassette deck but did not want to pay $300-400 for one.

In hopes that the car will one day be taken on long trips, I opted for something with CarPlay and phone charging capabilities.





Big shout out to Crutchfield for their pricing, customer service and shipping time.

One of my biggest fears was that one of the previous owners hacked up the original wiring.



What a relief.







Definitely a fun/quick and easily reversible install. I haven't installed a radio in something since the early 2000's.
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While on the audio kick, I noticed that CarPlay was pretty much useless. Realizing that the talk to text uses the front speakers, I started digging and discovered that the car had no front speakers. It appears that SSPs did not come with door speakers but the dash was wired for 3.5" speakers that were no longer there.



Crutchfield coming in clutch yet again.









Another interior thing that annoyed me was the interior lights not coming on when you opened the doors. Seeing that one was seized, I ordered replacements for both sides.







Neither side was even hooked up. I got the passenger side working but by the time I got to the driver side, it was dark and rainy. I still haven't located the harness for the driver side.
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Went out for a quick photo shoot. The fuel filter made a world of difference but I noticed the fuel pump was still whining so I ordered a new Walbro.









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Cleaned out the MAF:





Time to trade it in.



Replaced the ignition switch.

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Picked up some black 10 holes in Pittsburgh off an SSP member on Facebook.







Sourced what looks to be a period correct license plate off eBay.



Spare tire holder:



Thanks to Will B for the complete owner's manual.

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Fuel pump and FPR from Summit.





My uncle, the mad scientist, working diligently:



That would explain the fuel leak:





One of the previous owners completely hacked up the floor of the trunk to make it easier to access the fuel pump. Their hack job led to fumes and road noise. We covered up their mess.

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Quick before and after shot:



Noticed the passenger headlight was leaking bad so I took it out to seal it up.



Brand new OEM period correct wheel locks.





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Picked up some sweet all weather mats from a seller on eBay in California:







New radiator cap:



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Sourced a Texas DPS campaign hat that still had their markings in it.





Picked up a new rear main seal to prepare for the new transmission.

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Picked up a matching base model wheel off eBay for cheap. It's in much better shape than the original leather wheel but this will be an alternate until I can find someone to wrap/refinish the original wheel.







It cleaned up really well. I also ordered some 303 Protectant to coat the wheel and rest of the interior.



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Nice job. Porno red interior looks soo much better when it is cleaned up.
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Very nice looking SSP, even with all the things you have to correct! I look forward to following your progress. May I suggest a visit to the site specialservicemustang.net You will find your VIN listed in their VIN Project, yet to be confirmed as a DPS unit.
I believe the part you are referring to in post #14 is the Firewall to Hood Seal, available from LMR part #LRS-16740A and National Parts Depot #M-16740-1A made by Daniel Carpenter.
Also agree with your choice of the black 15" 10 hole rims, they look nicer than the plain aluminum ones used on the '90-'93 SSP's. You may find the spare tire bolt a bit short when used on a full size spare, I used one from a CVPI, you have to heat it up and straighten it!
Keep the photos coming.

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Man this is great, the restoration is looking real good. Love the hat and period floor mats, great score!

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The car passed the enhanced inspection which was needed before I could title and register the car.

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Interesting. Here in Maine, you do not get the inspection until AFTER the car is titled and licensed. I moved to Maine 7 months ago and brought my car in for inspection with Washington plates on the car and they would not do the inspection until the car was registered and licensed in the State of Maine. Lol

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Best 1/8 mile time 5.339 @ 133.46 mph with a 1.29 60'
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Nice job. Porno red interior looks soo much better when it is cleaned up.
Hahaha, thanks man. My teenage self would have hated that interior.. As I get older, I appreciate differences.

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Very nice looking SSP, even with all the things you have to correct! I look forward to following your progress. May I suggest a visit to the site specialservicemustang.net You will find your VIN listed in their VIN Project, yet to be confirmed as a DPS unit.
I believe the part you are referring to in post #14 is the Firewall to Hood Seal, available from LMR part #LRS-16740A and National Parts Depot #M-16740-1A made by Daniel Carpenter.
Also agree with your choice of the black 15" 10 hole rims, they look nicer than the plain aluminum ones used on the '90-'93 SSP's. You may find the spare tire bolt a bit short when used on a full size spare, I used one from a CVPI, you have to heat it up and straighten it!
Keep the photos coming.

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Thank you, sir.

Sadly, the site hasn't been maintained in years so it is basically a brick. I registered a while ago but there's no one even around to approve my request.

Good catch on the missing firewall to hood seal. I never would have caught that. I will have to order it. The part I was referencing though was the a/c line right in front of the firewall.

Good tip for the spare tire bolt! Currently a small spare back there and the bolt is too big lol.

Appreciate the comments!

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Man this is great, the restoration is looking real good. Love the hat and period floor mats, great score!
Appreciate it sir!

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Interesting. Here in Maine, you do not get the inspection until AFTER the car is titled and licensed. I moved to Maine 7 months ago and brought my car in for inspection with Washington plates on the car and they would not do the inspection until the car was registered and licensed in the State of Maine. Lol
That is normally the case... However, that is not the case with branded titles. You have to prove that it is worthy to be titled in Pennsylvania if it comes in as a branded title.
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I also picked up the period correct/actual radar used by TX DPS in the 1993s.

M.P.H. Industries, Inc. Bee Model 36 Doppler Radar.

https://copradar.com/rdrspecs/bee36.html

The package came with two complete units.

I started cleaning up the one which lights up and appears to be fully functional.





I've seen the radar units mounted in a few different positions but I probably would go with this if I do mount it:

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That is normally the case... However, that is not the case with branded titles. You have to prove that it is worthy to be titled in Pennsylvania if it comes in as a branded title.
What caused the vehicle to have a branded title?

Definition of branded title:

Vehicle title branding is the use of a permanent designation on a vehicle's title, registration or permit documents to indicate that a vehicle has been written off due to collision, fire or flood damage or has been sold for scrap.

You must have wanted it very badly to agree to a branded title car.

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You must have wanted it very badly to agree to a branded title car.

Itís explained in the first post.

Itís not like itís everyday you can run out and buy a former Texas police fox body. At the end of the day, the only thing a branded title does is possibly affect the value of the car.

I didnít buy it to sell for a profit and itís certainly not a thoroughbred.

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My cousin, who runs a small shop and owns my uncle's old 1989 Saleen, installed a fresh T5 for me over Thanksgiving.

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He also did a clutch cable, new rear main seal and surfaced the flywheel. The rear main seal and clutch cable were basically both gone.







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