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S/C '87 LX 'VERT W/30K ORIG. MILES!

updated: Jul 12th 2007 @ 07:11 PM

Hello to all my fellow GotStangers out there! :-) I bought this fox in 2005 from the original owner with only 24k ORIGINAL MILES! It was bone stock except for a set of black Saleen style ARE wheels. You can find those pics on page #2 if you'd like to see how far she's come. It now sits at 31k miles as of Sept. '07, and I've enjoyed every mile. I've poured my heart and soul into it for the past 2 years, and am getting closer and closer to the vision I had initially. Drop me a pm if you enjoy talking about stangs and have any questions about either of mine.

 **MOD LIST IS BELOW THE PHOTOS.
 
Please check my other GS websites for all the hunt photos and info on my '05 GT and '97 Cobra. :-)                     
 
 
 
 
 
 
     
 
 
     
 
 
 
 

 

 

 

  

 

 

 

 
 
                            ALL OUR PONY'S TOGETHER
 
 
 

 

 
'87 LX MODS: 353rwhp/370tq

PERFORMANCE/HANDLING:
Pro 5.0 short throw shifter
BBK ceramic coated long tube headers
BBK H-pipe w/hi flow cats
Flowmaster catback exhaust
Edelbrock Perf. RPM II upper and lower intakes
70MM BBK Throttle Body
76mm C&L Mass air meter
aluminum driveshaft
3.73 gears
Vortech s-trim supercharger w/power pipe
powerslot rotors
hawk brake pads
Maximum Motorsports upper and lower control arms
UPR caster camber plates
Lakewood 70/30 struts
Ford lowering c-springs
Spec stage 2 clutch
stainless steel brake lines
MSD 6BTM
Maximum Motorsports full length subframe connectors

awaiting install: 42 lb. injectors, AFR heads, aluminum radiator, and a new cam!!!

APPEARANCE:
140mph certified calibrated speedo
4" Cervinis cowl induction hood
coupe trunklid
UPR billet shift knob
UPR billet a/c knobs
UPR billet door handle bezels
Billet door cranks
'03 Cobra black leather/ grey suede front seats
embroidered pony floor mats
auto meter phantom gauge pod & 5" tach
SS inserts rear bumper lettering
Ford Racing black Mustang powered by Ford valve covers
15x3.5" and 15x8" Weld draglites & 275/50 Mickey Thompson drag radials

AUDIO:
Rockford Fosgate tweeters
Pioneer CD player
Rockford Fosgate amplifier





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Last 3 User Comments
91GT347
Jul 20th, 2009 @ 8:27 AM


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Hey folks, I was wondering if someone out there with an 88-93 Fox convertible could do me a favor.  I am looking for a picture of the of the ‘A’ pillar post window weather strip showing the weather strip and inside trim molding (the molding on the inside of the pillar post) and another detail picture of where the pillar post molding meets the door seal molding.  I am redoing this and need an example – my car was repaired long before I purchased it and they kind of did a ‘custom’ job on this area.  I want it to be right this time.

 

 

 

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

 

 

 

Tim

 

 


Well I dont have a vert Tim, but I think I know what your talking about. If noone can help you out that has one, let me know. I think I know where I can go to get a pic for you.

thess6225
Jul 20th, 2009 @ 8:18 AM


“”

Hey folks, I was wondering if someone out there with an 88-93 Fox convertible could do me a favor.  I am looking for a picture of the of the ‘A’ pillar post window weather strip showing the weather strip and inside trim molding (the molding on the inside of the pillar post) and another detail picture of where the pillar post molding meets the door seal molding.  I am redoing this and need an example – my car was repaired long before I purchased it and they kind of did a ‘custom’ job on this area.  I want it to be right this time.

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

Tim

 

thess6225
Jul 20th, 2009 @ 8:18 AM


“”

Hey folks, I was wondering if someone out there with an 88-93 Fox convertible could do me a favor.  I am looking for a picture of the of the ‘A’ pillar post window weather strip showing the weather strip and inside trim molding (the molding on the inside of the pillar post) and another detail picture of where the pillar post molding meets the door seal molding.  I am redoing this and need an example – my car was repaired long before I purchased it and they kind of did a ‘custom’ job on this area.  I want it to be right this time.

 

 

Thanks,

 

 

Tim

 



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