Re: Talking a friend into a 94/95 GT
Is he pretty adept at working on cars and does he have his own tools and a place to do so?
I'd rather have a fox personally, but if he's not going to be able to do some work on it himself, then the 94/95 isn't a bad idea. The main reason being the four-wheel disc brakes and 5-lug from the factory.
As far as cost to build it up, I'd say you could hit 300 at the wheels for 5k with full bolt-ons. I spent more than that, but I didn't exactly go the cheap route either.