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86 Mustang. Somewhere along the way it was converted from a 4 cyl to a 302. I've had the car almost 4 years and decided to rebuild the engine. When I pulled the engine, I discovered that it had been rebuilt at one point in time and was taken .060 over (no room left for a machine shop to do anything). I've just decided to sell it.
T-5 (out of a 93)
8.8 rearend w/ 4.10's & new clutches
Alum Driveshaft (Approx 1.5 years old)
Ten Hole Wheels, Tires have plenty of tread
Flowmaster 40's
O/R H-Pipe
Stock Ford Headers
I've got all the engine parts (small pieces are bagged and marked)
Edelbrock 650 Carb

If you're wanting a car to build that is straight and in good shape, this is it. I was driving it up (Daily driver, not a race car) untill the end of November when I decided to rebuild. It's currently primed. I sanded the car down to get it ready to paint but decided to proceed on the eingine. I'm asking $1300
I've got an Edelbrock RPM Performer intake (never used) and Camshaft w/lifters (never used), A set of stock iron heads that have been ported, polished, and milled with new valves/springs, and a set of 1.7 RR's (RR's never used). If you want these items with the car, it's extra.
I'm trying to sell the vehicle in one peice and avoid parting it out, but we'll see what happens.
I've got pictures (still can't figure out how to post 'em). If you want to provide me an email address I'll send them to you. Vehicle is in Arkansas. Thanks.

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pics to [email protected] please

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do u have any pic if so send them to [email protected]
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how much for car plus all the stuff that youhave for it??
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86 Mustang. Somewhere along the way it was converted from a 4 cyl to a 302. I've had the car almost 4 years and decided to rebuild the engine. When I pulled the engine, I discovered that it had been rebuilt at one point in time and was taken .060 over (no room left for a machine shop to do anything). I've just decided to sell it.
T-5 (out of a 93)
8.8 rearend w/ 4.10's & new clutches
Alum Driveshaft (Approx 1.5 years old)
Ten Hole Wheels, Tires have plenty of tread
Flowmaster 40's
O/R H-Pipe
Stock Ford Headers
I've got all the engine parts (small pieces are bagged and marked)
Edelbrock 650 Carb

If you're wanting a car to build that is straight and in good shape, this is it. I was driving it up (Daily driver, not a race car) untill the end of November when I decided to rebuild. It's currently primed. I sanded the car down to get it ready to paint but decided to proceed on the eingine. I'm asking $1300
I've got an Edelbrock RPM Performer intake (never used) and Camshaft w/lifters (never used), A set of stock iron heads that have been ported, polished, and milled with new valves/springs, and a set of 1.7 RR's (RR's never used). If you want these items with the car, it's extra.
I'm trying to sell the vehicle in one peice and avoid parting it out, but we'll see what happens.
I've got pictures (still can't figure out how to post 'em). If you want to provide me an email address I'll send them to you. Vehicle is in Arkansas. Thanks.

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86 Mustang. Somewhere along the way it was converted from a 4 cyl to a 302. I've had the car almost 4 years and decided to rebuild the engine. When I pulled the engine, I discovered that it had been rebuilt at one point in time and was taken .060 over (no room left for a machine shop to do anything). I've just decided to sell it.
T-5 (out of a 93)
8.8 rearend w/ 4.10's & new clutches
Alum Driveshaft (Approx 1.5 years old)
Ten Hole Wheels, Tires have plenty of tread
Flowmaster 40's
O/R H-Pipe
Stock Ford Headers
I've got all the engine parts (small pieces are bagged and marked)
Edelbrock 650 Carb

If you're wanting a car to build that is straight and in good shape, this is it. I was driving it up (Daily driver, not a race car) untill the end of November when I decided to rebuild. It's currently primed. I sanded the car down to get it ready to paint but decided to proceed on the eingine. I'm asking $1300
I've got an Edelbrock RPM Performer intake (never used) and Camshaft w/lifters (never used), A set of stock iron heads that have been ported, polished, and milled with new valves/springs, and a set of 1.7 RR's (RR's never used). If you want these items with the car, it's extra.
I'm trying to sell the vehicle in one peice and avoid parting it out, but we'll see what happens.
I've got pictures (still can't figure out how to post 'em). If you want to provide me an email address I'll send them to you. Vehicle is in Arkansas. Thanks.

Too bad it's too far away. Sounds like it's a nice car



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how much for car plus all the stuff that youhave for it??
$2100.
For the car, new intake, new cam w/lifters, heads, rr's, a complete gasket set, chrome valve covers (never used), I'll also throw in the new main bearings and rod bearings. Both are .010 over. When I discovered the block had been taken .060 over and mains and rods were .010 over, I was gonna try to make it work but discovered the block was shot when I started honing. I'll include the rings also. (RIngs and main/rod bearings were never installed. Just opened the box to look at 'em). I jumped the gun and had the new cam bearings installed before honing the block. They may can be removed and installed in another (I don't know).
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pics and location to [email protected].

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pics and location to [email protected].
Done. Let me know if you did not receive them.
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