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FS: 1984 Mustang GT NASA CMC road race car: $4,000

FS: 1984 Mustang GT Camaro-Mustang Challenge race car: $4,000

I built this car back in 2003 to run in NASA’s CMC class and raced it through the 2007 season. The buildup was featured in a six-part series in Hot Rod magazine. This year took the engine and trans to build a new SN95 CMC car and installed a used engine and trans to get this car running again. It needs some TLC, but it is basically ready to run with the exception of a racing seat. Would make a great track car too.

Chassis:
Rust-free Southern California chassis, no title but I have all the paperwork from when I bought it at a salvage auction if desired. Chassis has never had serious damage. I had it on a frame rack in 2006 after an incident in the rain at Mid-Ohio and it’s square. Original paint is thrashed from several seasons of racing. Needs a new driver’s side fender and has a decent size dent behind the passenger side door. Also needs a new windshield.

NASA logbook with 2007 annual (not raced in 2008)
Six-point rollcage fabricated by Maier Racing in Hayward, CA, from 1.75x0.095 DOM tubing with inverted X driver side door bars, X-bars on passenger side, and dash bar. This is an extremely well-built rollcage .
Welded MM full-length subframe connectors
MM clutch quadrant and firewall adjuster
Battery relocated to rear passenger seat
Plumbed for carb or EFI engine with aluminum supply and return lines and braided stainless steel hoses and Fram fuel filter
Stock gas tank
Aluminum hardline installed for 5-pound Safecraft Halon fire system (bottle, nozzles and release cables not included)
Spring-loaded window net release
Stock wiring gutted and rewired
Factory aluminum front bumper (rare!)

Drivetrain:
Stock 5.0L HO long-block from a 95 Mustang GT with CMC-spec Edelbrock Performer intake and Holley 4776 600-cfm carb, new water pump and oil pump.
Fluidyne aluminum radiator
Flex-a-lite electric fan
Stock HO exhaust manifolds, Mac X-pipe, Flowmaster mufflers
Non-WC 2.95 1st gear T-5 with stock bellhousing and clutch
New U-joints in driveshaft
Stock 8.8-inch housing with Moser 31-spline 5-lug axles, 3.73 gears, Detroit Detroit Trutrac torque-sensing limited-slip differential

Brakes & Suspension:
SN95 spindles
12-inch front brakes with PBR Cobra calipers and Baer-modified caliper mounts
SN95 master cylinder with SN95 Cobra power booster
Cockpit-mounted adjustable brake proportioning valve
Baer Track 12-inch rear brakes with PBR single-piston calipers
SN95 front lower control arms with poly bushings
Maximum Motorsports caster/camber plates
SN95 steering rack with MM bumpsteer kit and aluminum rack bushings
MM hybrid solid steering shaft for SN95 rack
MM 4-point K-member brace
Non-tilt factory steering column with quick-release steering wheel
Koni Double-Adjustable struts and shocks
H&R Super Race front springs (950-1050 lb/in progressive)
Stock-style pigtail rear springs (250 lb/in linear)
MM panhard bar
MM heavy duty rear lower control arms
Ford Racing rear upper control arms

This car is extremely light. It barely made minimum weight of 3150 with a full tank of fuel, over 125 pounds of ballast, and a 200-pound driver. The 2009 CMC rules have dropped the Fox’s minimum weight to 3100 so it will be easy to make that with this car.

Overall the body and paint are pretty rough, with its fair share of contact damage, but it still passes the 50/50 rule (barely)! It currently has no seat at all, but something can be arranged for transport or take it as-is. Available for pickup about 20 minutes north of Milwaukee or possible delivery within a reasonable distance for towing cost.

Price: $4000

Email matt(at)bigwagon(dot)net or PM.



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Link to rollcage and engine shots:

http://s178.photobucket.com/albums/w...view=slideshow

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