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Old 05-12-2016, 12:16 AM   #1
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727-HP supercharged mustang for $40k

Just saw this on msn, This Dealer Sells Brand-New, 727-HP Supercharged Mustangs for $40,000 also comes with a 3 year 30,000 mile warranty.
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Just saw this on msn, This Dealer Sells Brand-New, 727-HP Supercharged Mustangs for $40,000 also comes with a 3 year 30,000 mile warranty.
Was reading up on this the other day. Seems legit.
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All that power with no handling mods for super cheap. Sounds like a recipe for disaster.


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^ you're right. Way too much power to not do any suspension work.


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I saw this the other day, unless someone realizes what they're buying, most of the power is going to be wasted and someone it going to destroy that car pretty quickly. If they take that car and upgrade the suspension right away, then it's a pretty sweet deal.
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That is a base price for what they are offering. They can and will install anything a person would want. As is, I agree, it would be a recipe for disaster to an inexperienced driver.
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Article I read said anything that a dealer can do they'll do it. Just starts at that price. Can't imagine buying that car and driving it off the lot on a rainy day. Instant ditch mod on.
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Article I read said anything that a dealer can do they'll do it. Just starts at that price. Can't imagine buying that car and driving it off the lot on a rainy day. Instant ditch mod on.

Shouldn't be a problem if your not laying into it the whole time.


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Not that it would take a whole lot of $$ to stabilize the rear end, but I certainly agree that this is way too much power for a stock suspension and inexperienced driver. We will probably be hearing of this dealership in the next couple weeks on the flip side of things...

A good lawyer could go after these guys for Gross Negligence.
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40K car + 3K suspension + 2K tires = bargain at $45K
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A good lawyer could go after these guys for Gross Negligence.

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I certainly agree with you oxford. However, this is America nowadays, and it's not changing anytime soon (ignorant Americans and relentless lawyers). If anything, it's only going to get worse, as there are exponentially more liberals being spawned into America than conservatives.
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I can already imagine the complaints.

"The dealer sold me a car that was too fast, they should've known better than to sell to let me trade in my Camry. They should've sold me a normal GT instead. Don't worry, I'll get back at them just like they got me!"
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I can already imagine the complaints.

"The dealer sold me a car that was too fast, they should've known better than to sell to let me trade in my Camry. They should've sold me a normal GT instead. Don't worry, I'll get back at them just like they got me!"
A lot of private sellers of various high powered cars, will not sell their car to someone if they know it is going to be some kids first car or some level of inexperienced driver. Of course it's not their responsibility of what happens after they sell the car, but they simply know better as they can foresee the disaster waiting to happen...

As a responsible car dealer, I believe they should equip these 700+hp beasts with a minimum of some real rubber and LCAs. That alone would solve most of the problem with inexperienced drivers and possible lawsuits.
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I'm sure they make you sign something stating they are not responsible for dumbassery following purchase.
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I think you'd need to add a small radiator to cool the supercharger and then another fan as well and some larger brakes to stop it not to mention an new drive shaft and half shafts to keep the wheels turning. (brakes -> wilwood $2,100; ford racing half shafts -> $1,900; ford racing driveshaft -> $1,200; radiator and fan -> $800; ford racing trackpack suspension -> $1,500; rims & tires -> $2,000 minimum; total $9,500). Certainly would be a reasonable way to get a fast car. $40,000 + $9,500 = $49,500.

It would still look stock, so one would probably want to add some body styling which costs $'s. Then there are things like a short-throw shifter, camber/caster/toe parts for the rear, exhaust, gears, etc..

But, excluding all those niceties, for about $50,000 you would have one very capable and powerful car.
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I saw this on my way back from a car buying trip to Houston. Anybody selling that level of performance whether they improve anything else or not will hand you a release of liability form before you leave the lot. It's akin to driver certification for high end exotics. Anything less and they open themselves up to lawsuits and won't make the first year in business. More often than not your also required to insure the car before it leaves the lot, no promises bring proof...
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