Hard times are forcing the sell of my project.
Its a 1986 Mustang Notch. It was a 2 owner factory V8 car with automatic. It has a clean NC title.
The previous owner turned it into a SS Outlaw car in the late 90's and it was parted out after that.
Its purple. Very purple.
The cars truck was cut for a fuel cell. I welded I ghetto welded a patch in place but it would probably have to be re-done. If you want to mount a tank back in it one if the brackets would need to be welded back into place. I have the bracket
The car has several holes in the floor and trunk from nitrous lines, electrical, etc...
The car needs a windshield
Small wrinkle at the bottom of the core support... looks more like a towing injury than a wreck.
Urethane A-arms bushings and new heavy duty ball joints
New power steering rack with urethane bushings
Flaming River solid steering shaft for PS
Maximum Motorsports CC plates
87-93 V8 spindles and calipers
Competition Engineering bump steer kit
8.8 with 3.73s, a TA girdle, and spherical housing bushings
Boxed upper and lower rear control arms with urethane bushings
4 inch bolt on cowl hood
5 speed pedals already installed
Bolt in subframe connectors
The interior of the car is complete minus seats and carpet. The door panels and plastics are in very good shape for their age. The interior is out of the car at the moment. I have 2 dashes for the car. One is cut for a cage and one is uncut and has all of the ducting and such still attached. It has a 140 cluster.
I have all of the wiring for the car from front to back.
The doors open and close very solid and smooth
This car would be the perfect quick and dirty drag project or with a little more work could be put back on the street (that was my plan for it).
The engine bay was stripped to bare metal and painted a semi-gloss black.
You will need to bring two wheels... the car only comes with the 2 10-holes on the back.
Please e-mail me directly at [email protected]
with your questions for a quicker response.
The car no longer has the cage in it that appears in the pictures.
I'm sure I'm forgetting a million things so please e-mail with any questions.