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Old 12-19-2008, 12:06 PM   #1
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Breaking Up Is Hard to Do! My 5.0

I am thinking of putting my little one-owner 1992 Mustang GT up for sale on Ebay. Wanted to get some ideas from everybody as to what they think it might bring.

This will not be easy. I actually bought this car right off the showroom floor in 1992 and it has been in the family ever since. So many great memories ride in that red interior.

So, take a look at the pictures and the goodie list then tell me what you think it will bring.

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If there is a better place for this to go, please move as you please.
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I think you should keep it.
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I think you should keep it.
Well, I may just do that. I'll put a significant reserve on it so I can see what it will bring. I don't have to sell it but I'm starting to think that someone who can pay more attention to should get it. I won't sell it to a moron who'll tear it up the first week.

Maybe I'm just getting cranky in my old age, but I have a ton of money (that I know I'll never get out of it) but I also have a lot of emotion in it. If it goes it should be to a person who, ideally, would let it live a life of retirement in a good garage, beat the heck out of him (always referred to the car as a "him" and not a "her") at the drag strip and take him out to play on sunny days. Treat him right and he'll run mid 7's all day long.

The a/c is great and he handles and stops like a slot car.

So, as you can tell, I will have separation issues if I sell him.
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The smaller of the two fat guys watching TV is GT Pug, the car's real owner.
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There is no way you should get rid of that car (unless you have no financial choice) Not only is it one sweet ride:worship: I cant wait to buy a car out of a showroom & have it forever.. That kinda of **** is priceless, I dont know you and I still think you will regret it But if you do... how much do you want for the beast?:hmm:
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I agree with PLAYSTANG93 you will regret it. That is for sure. You have to much into the car to make it worth selling it. Thats why you should keep. It plus it is one badass car.
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I'm convinced, but the love of my life and my business manager, the ever lovely and gracious Miss Jayne, thinks I should at least try to sell it, fix the 2002, which has an automatic that I need sometimes with my back, bank the rest, and be happy with the 2008 Bullitt we just bought.

Since our 41 years of successful marriage has been built on consensus, and her behavior style is logic driven (mine's emotional) I try to state my arguments in a logical format so it appeals to her left brain. No, "I'm the King of the Jungle" junk.

The thoughts posted so far have been great, I'd just like to hear from a few more people tell me "Why" they would keep it AND the 2002 GT as a daily driver to keep the miles down on the new Bullitt.

BTW, here's the carnage on the 2002 GT. Yes, that's rod sticking trough the oil pan. Sixty year-olds can live at the redline, too.
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When you have more money into a car then the car itself is worth (wich it sounds like you do) you have to think of it as a life long investment, its pretty much your coffin, just plan on diggin a big hole when the time comes.. lol
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BTW.. going mid 7's in a 5spd is badf*cknass & its got to be a fun ride
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I agree with PLAYSTANG93 you will regret it. That is for sure. You have to much into the car to make it worth selling it. Thats why you should keep. It plus it is one badass car.
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It loaded pretty quick. That car is unbelievable. I would love a car that fast. Granted its a stick. But its a car your drive when you feel good, and the weather is nice. That right there is enough for me to keep it. I drive an automatic cavalier when im not 100%. But a car like your Fox should not be driven when your anything other than 100%.
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dont sell it as you will regret it... its not worth enough cash to really offset much of anything. Ive sold two mustangs and I regret having to do both.
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I can understand wanting to sell. This is not the time to be bringing in what the car would actually be worth. I doubt you will sell the car in the near future for anywhere near what you are wanting (I haven't looked at the reserve)
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I can understand wanting to sell. This is not the time to be bringing in what the car would actually be worth. I doubt you will sell the car in the near future for anywhere near what you are wanting (I haven't looked at the reserve)
I have a friend who sells cars all the time and he agrees with you for a couple of reasons. The economy scare is number two. He says his best results come in the months of February through June. People get more motivated when the weather is breaking and racing weekends are nicer in this part of the South.

Never sold a car that I made a profit on. It's like they say about amateur gambling, you have to consider it entertainment. It doesn't look like that parts list would cost that much, but at the time I hadn't discovered the trade and barter underground hot rod system and paid retail for most of it!

Your comments fit right into that "logic" train of thought, though. I do appreciate your comments as they are right on target.

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I wouldn't sell it unless it was a HAVE TOO case way too nice of a car to part with!
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Thanks for the comments. I'd hate to sell it. It really sounds good to go out there and fire it up and just sit and listen to it burble. The when you pull out and the Spec 3+ bites, the M/T's grabs some NEVER want to sell it.
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the fact that your car has it's own website, is proof that you should take it to the grave. I had an '80 Z28 that was my baby, and I kick myself everyday that I sold it.
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Thanks for the comments. I'd hate to sell it. It really sounds good to go out there and fire it up and just sit and listen to it burble. The when you pull out and the Spec 3+ bites, the M/T's grabs some NEVER want to sell it.
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BTW, what state do you call home?

Hey Jim,


Im from VOLS country like you I live in far Northeast TN in the Tri Cities area near Johnson City.How do you like your Spec stage 3+ clutch and how is the petal feel?Im building a 92 notch with about 525 rwhp with a T-600 Tremec and Im looking for a Clutch that will hold the power AND have good street manners and petal feel I will be driving the car Everyday as my daily driver.Thanks Jim.

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Im from VOLS country like you I live in far Northeast TN in the Tri Cities area near Johnson City.How do you like your Spec stage 3+ clutch and how is the petal feel?Im building a 92 notch with about 525 rwhp with a T-600 Tremec and Im looking for a Clutch that will hold the power AND have good street manners and petal feel I will be driving the car Everyday as my daily driver.Thanks Jim.

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Im from VOLS country like you I live in far Northeast TN in the Tri Cities area near Johnson City.How do you like your Spec stage 3+ clutch and how is the petal feel?Im building a 92 notch with about 525 rwhp with a T-600 Tremec and Im looking for a Clutch that will hold the power AND have good street manners and petal feel I will be driving the car Everyday as my daily driver.Thanks Jim.

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Im from VOLS country like you I live in far Northeast TN in the Tri Cities area near Johnson City.How do you like your Spec stage 3+ clutch and how is the petal feel?Im building a 92 notch with about 525 rwhp with a T-600 Tremec and Im looking for a Clutch that will hold the power AND have good street manners and petal feel I will be driving the car Everyday as my daily driver.Thanks Jim.

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I predict you'll love it. Much less leg pressure required than a King Cobra. My car puts down close to 600 lb/ft of torque on the hose and it held well enough to snap the input shaft on my 3550 on M/T DR's out on the street.

Be sure to put more than 500 miles on it (I put over 900 on mine) before you jump on it hard. I know that sounds like a lot, but I ruined the first one because I didn't follow the Spec instructions. BTW, those boys are great! They stood behind that clutch, and even resurfaced my flywheel, even though it was my fault. It seems their guarantee is "We want you to be happy with your purchase!”

There are a lot of good products out there (Centerforce, etc) and this seems to be one of the best. An additional benefit is that they are located in Bessemer, Alabama and it’s easy to go down there and see the plant and return a product, which I did. They boxed me up a new clutch, surfaced my flywheel, and loaded me up with T-shirts and decals (the things that everyone knows makes your car sooo much faster!) and did it all while I had lunch at the Cracker Barrel!

If opinions count for anything, I’m solidly in the Spec camp.
Jim
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sometimes it hard to part with an old friend, I think I agree with everyone else to hang on to it till a little warmer weather, hopefully fuel will stay down and you'll make a good sell.

I enjoyed having the GT around as I believe it was the only other red stroker based fox on M.E.
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sometimes it hard to part with an old friend, I think I agree with everyone else to hang on to it till a little warmer weather, hopefully fuel will stay down and you'll make a good sell.

I enjoyed having the GT around as I believe it was the only other red stroker based fox on M.E.
have fun with the auto 4-6!
I'm dealing with separation issues for sure. I will take your advice on the warmer weather and renew all my ads then. The little red monster is posted in the car classified section. Look it up.

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I wouldn't sell it. Unless it was to me cheap! lol
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Even though I really like my white one, I miss my black one.
I did at least keep all the speed parts to build upon, and put in the white on hopefully this summer.

Don't do it man!
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[QUOTE=Powerboat;550336]I wouldn't sell it. Unless it was to me cheap! lol
I hate to say I tore this one apart:

Your white one looks good! I really like white cars. They stay clean looking longer. The Dark Highland Green on my Bullitt has been an object lesson for me on the difficulty of keeping dark cars clean.

There should be an adoption process that people have to go through before you sell them a car; to see if they can afford to keep it up after they buy/adopt it, they won't beat on it, they can give it the right gas and keep it sheltered and not sitting out in the hot sun or snow. If someone says, "Come on, man, it's just a car!" that would be grounds for immediate disqualification of ownership.

I'd love to see someone get it who always wanted one in high school and can now afford one. They could completely re-do the interior, smooth out the engine bay, add a stronger block and twin-turbos. Just take it up to the next level of restification. (Restored + Modifications).

Mercy, how I do ramble.

Powerboat, thanks for the comments. Right now I'm going through my 2002 GT looking for about 330 RWH N/A. I have a "low cost" engine coming in that should do that for me.

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+1 I owned a black mustang for 5 years, I kept it VERY nice but I learned how hard it is to keep clean. I tell people all the time not to buy a dark colored car... they dont listen but they regret it.
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+1 I owned a black mustang for 5 years, I kept it VERY nice but I learned how hard it is to keep clean. I tell people all the time not to buy a dark colored car... they dont listen but they regret it.

110% i agree with you dark colors sucks its so hard to keep looking clean, dark colors always get paint swirls an they are really hard to buff out sometimes you have to deal with a messed up paint job, plus its DIRTY after you wash it!
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i would definitely take the 5.0 off your hands unfortunately its out of my budget.
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Thanks for the compliment. The white one's paint is about 3 days old in that pic. It has been cover in garage with a battery tender since not long after that. It may have 120 some thousand miles on it, but spending most of its life in Cali, and all but the ditch my friend put it in it has been pampered. Always garaged. Never seen rain, or snow. Well according to previous owners anyway. I haven't had it since new, but I don't plan on changing the story. Just build it, and cruise!
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I have almost sold my cobra twice in the past couple of years luckily my wife wont let me sell it cause she knows i will miss it badly. I wont ever sell my cobra and you have to think of how much you will miss that car if you sell it. To each his own but think of the ramifications.
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