800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1993 Ford Mustang has the look of a sinister and professional track car, and it doesn't take much to see that it can really back up this feeling. It's a Fox body that's been upgraded to a fully independent suspension, six-speed manual, and performance-built LS motor (oh yes, this blue oval has a modern bow tie heart!) And even with all these upgrades, it runs like a very streetable custom. So it's time to show off to everyone.
It only takes a moment to realize you're looking at something special. The upgraded Cobra front bumper has even more attitude thanks to a custom riveted air dam. There are also cool details, like the clear headlight package, hood pins, and deleted inside lights to let more air into the motor. And of course, the big cowl hood with heat extractor is like a dorsal fin for this street shark. The black paint has a nice gloss in the sunshine, and up close you will see some signs of use. So the total look will get you respect at stoplights, but no one will ever accuse of being all show and no go. And the fenders are flared wide so you can fit the most amount of rubber on this 17-inch black alloys.
Open the door to a full performance setup. The six-point safety cage, dual racing bucket seats, and G-Force five-point harnesses let you know this has a true race-ready attitude. Power windows, power locks, complete door panels, and the factory steering wheel give you a hint of the original Mustang feeling, but you can also see that all the auxiliary gauges are there to focus your attention on driving. The center console is now even dominated by a switch box for you to awaken this beastly custom.
The engine bay has the clean look where this could almost pass for stock, but you already know that's not true. This custom build has been given a wicked 6.0-liter LS heart. And it's not just that this now is running stout Chevy power, but the fuel-injected V8 has been enhanced and fortified. It now includes a BTR cam kit (camshaft, valve spring, gaskets, oil pump), LS7 Lifters, steel braided lines, AN fittings, and Hooker ceramic-coated headers. The modern motor speaks with all the systems thanks to a Performance Systems Integration harness and computer. You have both a Mishimoto oil cooler and Griffin aluminum radiator to keep the fluids running cool. The power steering is a GM unit with an expensive Borgeson kit. This fuel-injected V8 is fully under your control with the Tremec 6060 six-speed manual with Modern Driveline hydraulic clutch kit and a strong BRP Muscle Rods mount. This connects to a custom aluminum driveshaft that feeds the 3.55 rear end. But more than just getting all that horsepower to the ground, this Mustang was specially built for sticking to the road, too. Up front you have a Maximum Motorsports adjustable sports suspension that's fortified with tubular arms, a thick say bar, and frame reinforcements. Out back is a fully independent rear suspension. Yes, you read that right! It's the capable Cobra IRS. Finishing off this superior handling pony car is the Wilwood four-wheel power disc brake package.
The consignor says there is nearly $40k in this build, and there even the receipts to prove the big investments. In fact, we just didn't have room to mention all the features. But give us a call today, and we'll run through all the upgrades. It shows this Mustang is the best you could ever want and offered for far less than you'd ever expect to pay. Call now!
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