Is this '67 to 1994 5.0 swap a good deal?
Hello everyone I'm about to buy a classic Mustang soon. I've been doing reseach on them for a while and came across some info on a 1967 with a 1994 5.0 motor and T5 tranny in it with manual transmission. I will say that the car is just within my price range, and wondering how these swaps hold value as far as when I might want to re-sell it. Here is the info, thanks in advance
1967 Ford Mustang with a 1994 5.0 swap.
5-speed T5 manual transmission, 9-inch rear end conversion.
Body is in straight, clean condition.
Engine has less than 50k miles and always maintained.
Engine is .40 overbore, windsor block, trickflow stage 1 cam, ford explorer head swap,
cobra injectors, adjustable fuel pressure regulator, full MSD ignition(6AL box, coils, wires)
5.0 HO intake manifold, upgraded 70mm throttle body, centerforce clutch, B&M short shifter.
Eagle Alloy wheels included, low-ball me and I'm taking them off the car.
Four row aluminum radiator, car always runs cool...
Exhaust is JBA headers and 2.5 inch custom flowmaster exhaust with H-pipe
Runs like a champ and makes a lot of power, over 20k invested, my loss is your gain!
Working head unit with aux cable, sounds great!
The bad; Sticky clutch cable, primer driver side fender, primer driver side quarter panel, and a few cracks in the paint.
Vehicle is SMOG Exempt, has 2014 tags, can be renewed for serious buyers