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Cletus Emmett Wheelwelker
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Discussion Starter #1 (Edited)
2002 Mustang GT coupe
VIN: 1FAFP42X12F222463
86,818 miles (may go up slightly as I drive car)
Clean title in hand
Deluxe trim (non Mach 460)
Mineral Grey paint
Dark Charcoal interior
Exterior rated 7/10 (small issues noted below)
Interior 9/10
Lots of maintenance records and receipts

I purchased the car in 2012 with 62,000 miles. Always garage stored, never driven in winter, has seen rain only a handful of times. Oil changed once a year with Amsoil Signature Series 0w30. Car has been perfectly reliable. Drives awesome, handles well, and sounds great. Doesn’t burn or leak a drop of oil.

The transmission was replaced by Brooklyn Ford in August 2010. It carried a full Ford 3-year/36,000 mile warranty. The previous owner of the car had the work done. Since I purchased the car in 2012 with the transmission already installed, I do not know the exact miles on it. If I had to guess, I would say it currently has between 25,000-35,000 miles. A J-Mod was done in July 2013. The 2-3 accumulator bottom spring was removed for slightly firmer shifts, and the valve body separator plate was drilled to Jerry W’s specs. The transmission is stock other than that. Never been raced or beaten on.

Maintenance items performed:

New serpentine belt @ 70,770 miles
Coolant flushed with Motorcraft Gold @ 70,819 miles
New fuel filter @ 70,855 miles
Differential flushed with Royal Purple 75w140 @ 70,879 miles
New air filter @ 71,020 miles
Trans flushed with Mercon V and new filter @ 71,114 miles
New Spark Plugs (Motorcraft SP-505) @ 75,218 miles
New 180˚ thermostat @ 76,784 miles
New Ford OEM headlight knob @ 82,519 miles
New Ford OEM air vent @ 82,649 miles
New Ford OEM door pulls @ 82,649 miles
New header panel @ 82,675 miles
New fender liners @ 82,675 miles
Power steering fluid flushed @ 84,579 miles
New hood insulator @ 85,910 miles
Optima battery (less than 3 years old, stored on charger during winter)



OEM Ford 99/01 Cobra bumper
99/01 Cobra tail lights (wired & fully functional)
TSW Geneva wheels (18x9 front, 18x10.5 rear)
Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires (255/40/18 front, 295/35/18 rear)
2015 Mustang LED fog lights
HID retrofit headlights (OEM Ford housings, Morimoto projectors, Matsushita ballasts, Osram bulbs)
Rear bumper letter inserts
Plastidipped spoiler
Powdercoated rear calipers


03/04 Cobra seats
Mach 1 gauge cluster
Embroidered floor mats
Billet door handles
Custom shift handle & suede boot
Painted radio & shifter bezels (OEM Mach 1 color)
Bullitt style pedals


Cobra/Mach 1 front calipers
Powerstop drilled & slotted rotors
Stoptech Street Performance pads
Goodridge SS braided hoses
Mac Prochamber
Magnaflow high flow cats
Borla Stinger catback


Moog inner tie rods
Prothane urethane swaybar bushings
Prothane 4 1/4” swaybar end links
Maximum Motorsports CC plates
Maximum Motorsports front coilover kit
12” 200 lb. front springs
Bilstein HD struts
Bilstein HD shocks
H&R Super Sport rear springs
Steeda billet weight jacker RLCA’s
Maximum Motorsports solid aluminum steering rack bushings
Maximum Motorsports XL FLSFC’s
Maximum Motorsports pinion snubber
Maximum Motorsports forward offset tubular A-arms
Steeda X2 balljoints
Maximum Motorsports bumpsteer kit

There are a few small issues:

•Air conditioning is not functional. The clutch short cycles every 5 seconds and blows semi-cool air. I replaced the low pressure cycle switch without success. Manifold gauges were used to check low/high side pressure. Readings were normal. I just never got around to getting it fixed.

•Some rock chips/scratches expected for the mileage. A good paint correction would fix a lot of imperfections.

•The paint underneath the rear fender lips is cracked/split on both sides from rolling the fenders. It is only noticeable if you look underneath the lip. A paint shop should be able to sand down the affected paint and blend in new. Aside from these issues, the paint is in great shape for the age and mileage. Shines up nicely with tons of metallic flake in sunlight.

•Small amount of wear on driver seat bolster. Driver seat also has small burn hole from a cigarette. Damage was done by previous owner of seats; the car has never been smoked in.

•Cobra tail lights have the notorious black oxidation inside. Definitely not the worst case of it, but far from perfect.

•Minor surface rust on subframe above fuel tank.

•Small, barely noticeable dent on passenger side quarter panel below quarter window.

•One rear tire was sliced by the rear fender. I had a tire shop look at the tire and they said it’s safe. The sidewall was not damaged.

•Headlights are slightly bubbled inside from the HID’s. It in no way affects the lights, purely cosmetic.

Asking $7500. Sale includes stock wheels (tires have good tread), stock front bumper (paint is flaked off in a spot), stock tail lights, and stock gauge cluster. Car is located in Ann Arbor, Michigan. I can be contacted at: [email protected]


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I will post first since I am in club mineral grey. Looks nice, IM gonna steal your fog light inserts.

Cletus Emmett Wheelwelker
2,575 Posts
Discussion Starter #3
Buy the car and I'll throw in the fog lights for free!
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