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This is a unique Mustang with VERY low miles. 1985 Mustang GT that was converted to a SVO front end back in 1986. Sunroof car. The GT also has ASC McLaren side skirts and a rear valance. The car was completely repainted with the mono chrome look with a few black accents and SVO sail panels, SVO bi-plane rear spoiler and SVO tail lights added. All front end parts were NEW ford when installed. Aluminum front bumper cover support was also installed. Interior was changed over to custom Racaro seats, rear seat trimmed to match and rear interior panels had cushioned arm rests added. Sony cassette deck with Sony rear speaker. ASC McLaren speaker headrests were added to the seats. Rear suspension has FMS lower springs, front struts, rear shock and quad shocks are Motorcraft, front brakes were switched to 73 MM calipers (SVO), rear drums were painted exterior color. Ford motorsport off road exhaust with stock mufflers (sounds great). Ford motorsport valve covers, red spark plug wires, chrome master cylinder cover were added under the hood. Nice 17" Cobra Rs with nice silver finish and no rash. Spare tire and jack still in place, glove box owner's manual and Sony face plate case included. Engine Oil just changed. The last time the car was registered was 1991. Odometer is 9256 miles. This is the correct mileage. Stored in climate controlled indoor storage. Car was stored in a vented car bubble. Absolutely no rust, handles like new, runs very well. No leaks. So, that's all of the good stuff....now since the car was repainted in 1986, there are a few chips and scratches. Trans grinds in 3rd and 4th, guessing the synchro between the gears is bad, but trans makes noise. Other than that it's ready to go. Clean IL title. $8500 or Best Offer. The car is sitting and needs to be driven. Just pulled it out from it's winter slumber. The looks of a SVO with a 5.0. Sadly the car needs to go to make room for a project. PM me if interested. Mike
 

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