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Going to look at this car tomorrow. What do yall think?
hes asking 10.5k

I bought and am now selling one of Robbie Persinger, the owner of MPS in Statham, Ga. cars on Greg's list. This vehicle is a 1995 Ford Mustang GT WITH FRESH VORTECH SUPERCHARGED 5.0 ENGINE! The car makes a very street able and conservative 502 rwhp on 93 octane gasoline.
The Chassis is a 1995 Ford Mustang GT. This chassis has 81,xxx miles on it. It is a well maintained Mustang. This car has a nice list of high quality aftermarket parts that have VERY low miles on them. This car was carefully and professionally built with NEW parts. This car hasn't been apart and back together 20 times and is not full of screw holes. It is in my opinion as clean and nice of a Mustang of this era that you can find anywhere. No curb rash on the OEM Ford Racing 2000 Cobra R wheels wrapped in Michelin Pilot sport tires. The wheel weights are even on the inside! The M2300k brake kit is like new! The Vortech kit and most of the other parts have less than 1000 miles on them! This car has been in a climate controlled garage since 1998~!! This car is original paint other than the hood which is a 95 Cobra R hood. The driver side A pillar was repainted by the dealer when the item was new. There are two nicks on the front left of the bumper. These are the only flaw worth mentioning. These types of Mustangs are few and far between these days. Don't miss this very nice example!!!

Below is a list of parts and the modifications on this Ford Mustang.
These parts have the mileage since install listed beside them.

Engine and horsepower:
(Starting where the air enters the power plant)

Pro- M 77 mm mass air meter cal for 42# injectors (5k miles)
Anderson ceramic coated supercharger power pipe ( 1k)
Vortech v1-S trim supercharger kit. ( stock 3.33" pulley with warranty seal intact. 1k miles old)
Edelbrock 70 mm throttlebody & intake adapter elbow( 5k miles)
Edelbrock performer II RPM intake manifold (5k)
42# Ford Racing fuel injectors (5k miles)
Edelbrock performer heads with port and polish by Scott Milner (5k miles)
1.6 roller rocker arms ( 5k miles)
81k mile OEM 1995 Mustang 5.0 shortblock.
Anderson B4 camshaft ( 5k miles)
Bassani 3/4 inch long tube step headers ( $779.99 new)
3 inch Bassani offroad X pipe
Flowmaster 2 chamber 2.5" cat back exhaust

Suspension and Brakes:
Ford Racing M2300k brake kit ( 5000 miles)
Bumpsteer tie rod kit up front
Tokico Illumina 5 way adjustable shocks (1k miles)
Maximum motorsports rear suspension panhard bar
Maximum Motorsports front caster-camber plates
Eibach prokit - performance lowering springs
Original Ford Racing 2000 Cobra R wheels 18 x 10 w 275/35 Zr18 Michelin Pilot Sport Tires front and rear ( 7/32 tread)


MISC:

Tremec 3550 5 speed manual transmission (5k miles)
Trex Short throw shifter
Ford Racing King Cobra clutch kit ( 5k miles)
Ford Racing aluminum driveshaft( 5k miles)
Ford Racing 3.55 gears ( 5 k miles
Crane hi fire ignition box ( driver side fenderwell above fender liner)
190 LPH intake fuel pump(5k miles)
Vortech T-rex inlne fuel pump
Fluidyne Aluminum High Capacity Radiator
White face guage kit
Adjustable clutch cable and aluminum quadrant with firewall adjuster
Taylor "409" Pro Race plug wires
Ford Racing underdrive alternator pulley
Custom overdrive water pump pulley for better cooling
Nice quality 1995 Cobra R fiberglass hood
Custom Tune and chip by Brad Brand @ ATlanta Chassis Dyno ( 502 rwhp)





 

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Sounds like pretty good price to me thats a dope car
 

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Im going to go see what i can talk him down too. BTW RunninOn6 hes right by the ga_ tn line.
 

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thats really pushing the stock bottom end. i've heard of stock 302 blocks coming apart at 500whp
 
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