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blog Sunday, November 19, 2006 @ 5:07 PM
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Wife's 89 Olds Cutlass Calais has been taking a shit lately and is due to be totaled out next week after a fender bender two weeks ago. Some dipshit backed into the car. Now the car idols but dies when you give it gas - either fuel pump or clogged filter.  So we started looking at Mustangs this week. Lots of worn out stangs for sale.
 
I put $1000 deposit on a 1994 White Coupe GT.
** Paint is DECENT.
** Odometer shows 145K, but engine was rebuilt 3 years ago (10,000 miles on rebuilt)
**
 
ENGINE:
5.0 (Rebuilt 3 years for son who was 13 years old at the time.)
5 speed manual transmission
Dyno - 325 rwhp
Programmable Pwr Chip
Shorty Headers
3.73 rear gears
K&N Filter Cold Air Intake
4" Exhaust w/2 chamber Flowmasters.
 
OTHER:
Brakes Rebuilt
Sunroof
Interior in very good condition. (front seat motor needs work)
Custom Wheels (would not be my first choice, but are nice)
Plumbed for amps/woofer, etc.
Headlight Covers - smoke
Bra
New Cloth GT Seats... not leather (damn!)
B&M Hammer Shifter Knob
Wood Grain Interior Trim
 
Price: $4900.oo
Kelly Blue Book MSRP: $6245.oo
Kelly Blue Book Private Owner: $4550
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ylwfevr
Nov 19th, 2006 @ 5:29 PM


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sweet ... lets see the pics

GirlzGT
Nov 19th, 2006 @ 6:27 PM


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nice, but with those mods, i doubt that it dynoed 325...thats a far cry from the stock 215 hp at the crank.  in any even, its another mustang to have fun with!  good luck with it!

YsOffcr
Nov 19th, 2006 @ 11:09 PM


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Probably a good move on your part.  Possible to have that HP #, but It would to have had at least heads and cam to start with on the rebuild.

GirlzGT
Nov 19th, 2006 @ 11:20 PM


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i never said it was impossible to achieve those #s, just said that a stock 94 gt has 215 at the crank...which means it realistically has 180-190 at the wheels...to pull an additional 135+ hp to the wheels, you would need ALOT more than whats listed for mods.  And for someone to lie about what the car has (the seller), that could only mean worse things.  I was just looking out for ya thats all.  I meant no harm or negativity towards the purchase.

But as previously stated, it was probobly for the good.  when the right car is found, you will know.  if you find a car and have ANY doubts about it whatsoever, its NOT the right one.

GirlzGT
Nov 20th, 2006 @ 7:04 PM


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^^^ uhhhh LOL

YsOffcr
Nov 21st, 2006 @ 6:46 AM


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The trend around here is the 79-93 Mustangs start at $4K and go as high as $12K, where the 94-95s go for a little less, and the 96-98 GTs are going for 1/2 the amount asked for the fox bodies. I have a 134K on my 92, and I know of a 50K mile 93 going for 5K. If you are a little patient you should be able to find a GT with reasonable miles (less than 100K for the fox, and I would say between 50-80K on anything newer).



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