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Scottsdale, AZ 1990 Mustang GT hot-rod FOR SALE fast $5500 obo

This 1990 GT came from a friend in NV. I purchased it and brought it
out here. It runs good and has nearly $10k invested in aftermarket
parts. Looks crappy, runs GOOD.

Ok so here are the basics, I'm the second owner but I didn't use it
much. It is white with that creme colored faux leather interior. It is
a black dash and it has one of them lil 25th anniversary emblems. It
has air conditioning, but I mean come on, its Arizona. Who wouldn't
leave the A/C in. For you to register this car in AZ, you'd need to
install some catalytic converters, cause this one has an off-road
H-pipe. Other than that, its ready to go. If it goes out of state, I
know other states are different, like in NV it didn't have to pass
emissions. There is a trick around emissions in AZ I can tell you about
too. The plastic rear bumper cover is cracked cause the flowmasters
stick out a bit farther than the original exhaust pipes did and the
eibach sportsline springs drop the car about an inch. I backed out too
fast and it cracked the bumper cover. The driver's seat shows lots of
wear, but will keep being functional for another five years. The
passenger and back seats show almost no wear. The windshield has a nice
crack. The car looks like a fifteen year old car. It has been taken
care of though and has all the upgrades anyone who knows cars could
want. It is not over done and is street friendly. A list of
modifications will follow but I want to point out that this isn't a
track car. It has been on the streets and is intended for daily or
often use. That means no huge turbo and it is not a stroker. Its
seriously faster than a trans-am but it isn't undrivable.

If you know about Mustangs, you probably know that 89-91 5.0s used
forged not cast pistons, so they can hold up to higher power. It has
the turbine wheels, which I think are awesome. The tires aren't new but
will last you a while. If you are looking for a fun, driveable, fast
car this is the one for you. It can just about break your neck when you
throw it into second and has a nitrous systems NOS kit for any weekend
track adventures.

And now, the parts list:
Trick flow Track Heat O-ringed cylinder heads
Nitrous Oxide Systems GT-40 "Big Shot" PN# 2116
Ford Racing GT-40 upper and lower intake
All internal bolts and studs are ARP
New Ford motorsport 302 EFI block
Ford Racing F-303 cam
New Ford racing roller lifters
Trick flow 6.700" moly push rods
Ford Racing 1.6 stud mount aluminum roller rockers
Ford racing 190lph fuel pump
Ford racing 24# injectors
Kirban adjustable fuel pressure regulator
C&L 73mm mass air meter calibrated for 24# injectors
Ford Racing 65mm Throttle body and matching EGR spacer
K&N filter with a MAC in-fender cold air kit
MSD 6AL ignition module
MSD Blaster EFI coil
Ford Racing 9mm ignition wires
MAC equal length Shortie headers
MAC off road H-pipe
Flowmaster "American Thunder" cat-back
MAC under-drive pulleys
Ford Racing silicon radiator hoses
HP Motorsport adjustable clutch quadrant
Centerforce dual-friction clutch
Tremmec 3550 5-speed transmission
Pro-5.0 shifter
Ford Racing aluminum drive shaft
Ford Racing 3.73 gears with new Traction-Lok rebuild
HP Motorsport Tremmec transmission crossmember
HP Motorsport sub-frame connectors
HP Motorsport K-member brace
HP Motorsport Shock tower brace
HP Motorsport drive shaft safety loop
Eibach Sport-line coil springs
Energy Suspension Polyurethane trans, sway bar, and coil spring mounts
Autometer 5.5" " Ford SVO" Monster tachometer w/large shift light

Autometer 2 5/8" "ultra-light" nitrous gauge
Nordskog 2 5/8" Pro analog air/fuel ratio gauge
CODE 3500 Pro alarm w/2 key fobs

And a Nitrous Systems NOS Big-shot kit specially matched to the GT-40
intake manifold jetted for a 150HP. Also NOS accessories like a bottle
warmer/blanket, an electric bottle opener, and one of them NOS stickers
on the radiator under the hood. This isn't an import with 50 hp NOS kit
and 50 stickers on the car.

I think I could reasonably ask for 7k on this car. Good running `90 GT
5spd, air, leather, power seats, power windows, power locks, power
mirror, moon roof, awesome turbine wheels, and you will be the second
official owner. All that on top of that huge list of parts! No labor is
included in my estimation of 10k in aftermarket parts. That is all
parts, and when new they could have cost more! If you wanted to buy an
old 5.0 and make it into something comparable to this, it would cost
you pretty close to 20k with labor and time or at least 12k for a car
and all these parts, if you did it yourself. Instead I am asking $5500
dollars o.b.o. because I need to sell it.

When I bought this car, I had a job and no responsibilities, but now I
am unemployed and starting college in the Fall. I didn't get half as
much financial aid as I thought I would and I can't afford to gas and
insure this kind of vehicle anymore. I can give the next owner,
especially if your local, some great advice about this car but my plans
for this car aren't progressing because of my lacking money. It will
come with a pair of awesome uninstalled cobra R brake rotors, one of
those stupid bazooka subs and a nice little stereo head unit. Odometer
says 06140.4, can be assumed that is 106140.4.

For more info visit
you will find pictures and information on lots of the more expensive
aftermarket parts. I can be contacted at at
first. We can talk on the phone and meet in person later too. I will
work with out of state buyers and shippers. Trades for motorcycles and
newer, low gas consuming, foreign cars are welcome but I have picky
tastes. Test drives will only be given to serious buyers.

Don't miss out, I will probably ask for more if I end up putting it on
Ebay or in Auto-trader since I will reach more people.

Thanks for looking- Mike

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