1993 Ford Mustang LX Pro-Street/Drag Car
This car was purchased brand new by the current owner in 1993 as a 5.0L Mustang LX Fastback.
He started out slowly at first, simply adding aftermarket wheels and tires and then headers and then ignition, etc. He started taking the car up to Epping, NH and Lebanon Valley, NY. He ran well enough that he got bit by the drag bug and went full bore, to the point that just a few years ago, the car ran a top speed of 154 at just under 9 seconds in the 1/4 mile.
The car sat during the pandemic and after selling a couple of other cars, he had Jenetty Racing detune this car from roughly 850 HP down to around 700 HP, put street tires on and decided to have fun just taking the car out for jaunts around town, shows, etc.
He ended up buying a new V8 Mustang and has now decided to sell this one.
Although she may not be the prettiest Mustang in the herd, she is one of the fastest.
It will be easiest to simply list out everything done/added to the car:
The 5 liter was sold and replaced with a Carlquist Competition built Boss 351 iron block, 4 bolt main, that was stroked and bored to 408 CI, 9.9 -1 compression - a YSI Vortec supercharger was added - ported and polished TrickFlow aluminum heads with roller rockers - 100 lb/hr injectors - Igloo water to air aftercooler, with separate radiator - dual electric fans - Griffin aluminum radiator - electric water pump - full frame connectors - 5 link custom rear suspension with adjustable springs/shocks - fully tubular K member with 90/10 fully adjustable caster/camber/height springs and shocks - long tube headers, run out through 3" exhaust/Flowmaster mufflers - F&R sway bars - 11" non-power disc brakes F&R - parachute just in case (separate) - wheelie bars (separate) - Flaming River manual steering rack - fire bottles (separate) - 3.55, 8.8 Ford rear w/ 31 spline axles, Limited Slip - line lock & trans brake - beefed up TH400 w/manual valve body - Moroso deep sump oil pan - K&N Cold air intake - 12 gal NHRA certified fuel cell - NHRA certified cage (to 7.5 seconds) with swing out door bars - No heater, AC, wipers or radio - Autometer gauges - power windows - horn, lights, blinkers all work - all DOT glass, no Lexan - MSD Ignition/HVC II Coil - Earl's braided steel lines - Summit racing seats with vinyl cover/cushions - custom driveshaft - dual rear mounted Interstate batteries - 295/55/15 Mickey Thompson ET Street radials on 10" wide Weld wheels in rear, 205/70/15 Vredestein Sprints on 4" Weld wheels up front - 2nd set of Mickey Thompson full drag slicks F&R (separate) - fiberglass hood - and more that the owner can't fully recall at the time of this writing.
This is one very fast horse.
The owner feels he has over $80,000 into this streetable race car.
Asking price is $55,000
Any questions, to schedule a time to see in person, or to make an offer, please don't hesitate to contact me.
Thank you for the interest.
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