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Hi Mustanger's,
I'm including a pic of my current mustang, a 1986 SVO, original except for aftermarket ECU. It has 50k miles and is driven once in a while. 18lbs boost. I've had several mustangs, 66 289 coupe, 67 390 GTA convertible, 3 69 Mach 1's - 351, 390, 428CJ, 80 302 LX, 83 GT.
 

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SVO Registry & Membership in Mustang SVO OWNERS ASSOCIATION

Hi:
Have you registered your SVO with our National Registry? The registry is free. Membership is $25.00 per year which has numerous benefits along with each chapter offering additional benefits.
Check out our web site at www.mustangsvo.org (southern CA chapter) www.boostedponies.com (central CA chapter) and the Northern Chapter has a link at mustangsvo.org. If you need forms just email back to [email protected] Check out our events in this forum.
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I've visited the site (mustangsvo.org) quite a bit, but have never registered the car. Have thought about it though, once I get back into driving the car often again, I will probably register it. It's been mostly in storage the past 7 years, which is why it's only indicating 50,000 miles. I really love to drive it, but hate to see it get "old".


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I've registered my SVO already. I am a member of the SVO Club of America www.scoca.com

The guy I bought mine from had it stored most of the time also which accounts for it only having 46,400 miles on it when I bought it. Since then I've put about 1,200 on it.
 

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All of you are lucky to have SVO stangs. I came so close to buying a black 86 SVO black interior, sunroof,5 speed,180,xxx for 2500 smackers but lost the deal because someone offered more than me:mad: anyway sweet car!!!
 

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hi, i know this an old post but i just joined the forum. i have an 86 SVO. it is mainly stock with a down pipe, an E6 manifold, an 8.8 rear, and a turbo coupe intercooler. it is in the paint shop right now and i can't wait to get it back. i bought it 5 years ago and it was original paint so i had no hidden damage. it is charcoal gray with gray leather. here is a pic of it getting ready for the paint shop after all of the original paint finally fell off (well it does have 190,000 on it!).hawkrod
 

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Whew, you've got a little work ahead of you there. But it sounds like the car is basically in good shape, and should look great after the paint job. Might want to look at polishing the wheels too, they can look like this if you strip them and use a BUNCH of elbow grease.
 

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