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With the sale of my other toys, the last item left is my 1982 Mustang GT HPDE car.
Professionally built aluminum headed 351W,
MSD 6AL ignition
Edelbrock intake
Holley 650DP Carb (Rebuilt carb w/ Holley trick-kit)
MSD billet distributor
New hi torque mini starter
HD cooling system (radiator, water pump, etc)
Lakewood Bellhousing
T10 4spd race prepped transmission
8.8 inch competition prepped rear with 3:73 gearing (New Superior "fox width" alloy axles, bearings, seals, synthetic oil in the rear-end)
Four wheel disk brakes with full Aerospace setup in the front with modified brake pedal to reduce high pedal effort, and T-bird disks (Richard Oben's rear brake brackets, new calipers, new Porterfield R4S rear pads) in the rear
New Ford emergency brake cables
Wilwood brake proportioning valve
6 point professionally built roll cage
Tubular sub frame connectors
New centerforce dual friction clutch
New pressure plate
New throw out bearing
New clutch quadrant
New clutch linkage
New carpet
New dash pad
17" Sportlines with Kumho Ecsta 245/40/17 "Z" rated tires
Corbeau multi adjustable race seats with modified and lowered seat tracks
Upgraded control arms
Panhard Rod
Eichbach springs
Maximum Motorsports caster/camber plates
Upgraded shocks and struts
Front & rear shock tower braces
HD sway bars front and rear
15:1 Flaming River steering rack
Holley Blue-electric fuel pump
Supercomp headers with H pipe and dual chamber flowmaster mufflers
New Optima battery
Ford Motorsport oil pressure, temperature, and tachometer
Autometer electronic speedometer (wired in but not yet 100% operational)
NOS windshield wiper arms
New 5 point racing harnesses
Momo pedals
New roll bar padding

Far too much more to list here. All of the right parts, in all of the right places on this rust free, fully sorted car. Put it on a road course, take it to the drag strip, or put it on the street, this car can handle it all...Awesome acceleration, handles like it's on rails.. Almost $22,000 invested to date, price is $9,000 obo


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Serious inquiries only please.

Sincerely,

Bill S.
 
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