1999 Ford Mustang GT
Car has 73xxx original miles. Oil changed every 3000 miles with Mobil 1 synthetic.
Shortblock from a 2001 GT. 40xxx miles on shortblock.
Vortech V2-SQ Supercharger @ 11lbs, car made 406rwhp and 404rwtq
MPH Boost Pipe
3.33” blower pulley
Cobra oil pump and pick up
Ported stock plenum
PP 75mm TB
NGK TR6 plugs gapped @ .035
Mac O/R H pipe
Borla Stinger Catback
Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch (just installed less than 1000 miles ago)
FRPP Throw out Bearing
LDC Freeplay mod
Fiore Billet Firewall Adjuster
UPR Triple Hook Quadrant
Trans filled with Mobil 1 synthetic
Pro 5.0 Short throw shifter
MMR LCAs. Edelbrock UCAs, Full Length SFCs
Mach 1 Chin Spoiler
2001 Smoked Headlights
Mach 1 Grille Delete
2001 Cobra Hood
DD 18X10 Bullitts w/ 295/35/18 BFG KDW2s
18X9 Bullitts w/ 275/40/18 Continental Sport Contacts 2s
Apex Lowering Springs
Dual piller pods w/ boost and water temp.
20% Tint all around
Story behind the car: I bought the car in January 2006 with 46xxx miles on it. The car has been my DD up until about 6-8 months and now I drive the car 2-3 days a week to try and keep the mileage off.
The BAD: The car could use a paint job. The right side of the car's paint is faded. I guess the previous owner parked the car in the sun a lot. I notice the change in paint when I swapped hoods. The paint itself is faded, but shines perfectly and still looks great, just the depth is gone to it. You can really only notice it at night under the lights in parking lots.
Why am I selling the car? Well I am really trying to focus on school right now as I am trying to transfer next semester. Getting rid of the car would help as I usually spend all night surfing the web looking for parts or here on the forums. I just want to get all distractions out of the way.
Asking $7500 Without the Supercharger, $9500 with the blower.
I bought the blower with 5000 miles on it. Since it was installed this May 2008, I have put about 3000 miles on the car. The car was tuned by Excessive Motorsports in VA. It put down 406rwhp and 404rwtq with a steady AF/R of 11.5:1.