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Old 03-31-2014, 09:29 PM   #1
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Hey guys. New here on ME so I thought id say hello to everyone. In the process of restoring a black 96 GT. New 4r70w, rebuilt 4.6 Windsor with forged internals, ported PI heads, FRPP shorty headers, 2 1/2 o/r x pipe and homemade dump kit; all Pypes. More mods to come!
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Hey man welcome to the site! Always glad to meet a new fellow mustanger. If you have any questions don't be afraid to ask, this forum has a lot of great and knowledgable people
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Old 03-31-2014, 10:02 PM   #3
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ID:	152557 I rescued her from Riverhead, Long Island. Paid $600 for her with a blown engine. Needs some body work and new interior after I make her go fast Kenne Bell 2.8 mammoth would be awesome!
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Old 04-01-2014, 12:40 AM   #5
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Looks great! It's awesome to see somebody try and bring one back from the grave.
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Old 04-01-2014, 12:47 AM   #6
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Welcome and nice photos!

There really is something nice about seeing life being put back into something that was destined for the junk yard. Looking good!
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Old 04-01-2014, 12:48 AM   #7
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I've never really liked the sn95's but there's just something about this one..I also have a 68 Coupe. 347 stroker, patriot aluminum 2.02 heads, forged internals, edelbrock intake 750 double pumper, 4 speed top loader, 4.11 ring and pinion with a 31 spline ford 9"...too much to list Click image for larger version

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Wow, that second car you just added in is beautiful. That paint job is exactly my style, drool... haha
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Old 04-01-2014, 12:59 AM   #9
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Thanks man! My grandfather and I built it together, he started me out when I was 8yrs old and promised me when I graduate high school it would be mine. He kept his word and now I'm starting my collection. 2 mustangs at 20 isn't too bad in my book...
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You're grandfather sounds like a cool dude! I wish that I could have had guidance like that, YouTube and Google are my allies when I need to work on my cars.

And you're right, 2 stangs at 20 isn't bad at all. I'm 23 and just bought my first stang a week ago.

So my collection is now a 2001 Lumina sedan and a 2011 MCA stang. haha.
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Old 04-01-2014, 01:29 AM   #11
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Your right there!
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Yeah but you have a 2011...and a muscle club of America edition at that! It'll be worth some big bucks down te road I bet!
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Are the MCA editions normally ones that increase in value with age? I'm literally brand new to the mustang scene and the guy who was selling the stang needed to do so asap so I picked it up because he needed a fast sell which placed it just in my price range.
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Well, I'm not too knowledgable with new ones, but usually all special edition cars have more value than normal stangs
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Are the MCA editions normally ones that increase in value with age? I'm literally brand new to the mustang scene and the guy who was selling the stang needed to do so asap so I picked it up because he needed a fast sell which placed it just in my price range.
An MCA edition isn't gonna hold its value like a Shelby or Roush. It'll probably be like trying to sell a premium package car.
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An MCA edition isn't gonna hold its value like a Shelby or Roush. It'll probably be like trying to sell a premium package car.
Good to know, I mean, I knew MCA editions were rarer to some extent but when I looked online they still seemed somewhat common. Seeing how mine is premium with the comfort package I may just have a shot at getting some coin out of when I decide to upgrade if I keep everything maintained.

Thanks for both of your inputs!
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