For Sale 96 GT - Procharger P1SC and the meat to handle it

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  1. Ronin

    Ronin Active Member

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    PRICE DROPPED!

    Pictures:
    http://i.imgur.com/kC7cORA.jpg
    http://i.imgur.com/v7PBO4A.jpg
    http://i.imgur.com/gotF1oN.jpg




    This is an 18 year old car, but try to convince anyone of that. I purchased it 4 years ago, and have since put several thousand into making it even better.


    Start up, rev, and engine shot:
    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WP38baqelgw


    VITALS:
    *1996 Ford Mustang GT
    *Moonlight Blue
    *110k miles
    *Asking Price: $7,995


    MODIFICATIONS:
    *Procharger P1SC (professionally rebuilt BY PROCHARGER 2 years ago, sounds and looks brand new)
    *Intercooler
    *8-10 PSI pulley
    *Boost and Fuel Pressure gauges along A-Pillar
    *Lightning MAF
    *High Flow Injectors
    *Flowmaster cat-back
    *Bilstein performance suspension
    *lowering springs (not cut)
    *Short-throw shifter
    *Bullitt wheels (18" back, 17" front)


    NEW STUFF SINCE I BOUGHT IT:
    *PI Intake Manifold (from a 99-04 Mustang GT)
    *SCT Chip + Tune by Arizona Dyno Chip
    *Mishimoto Aluminum Radiator
    *Diablosport MAFIA
    *160 degree T-Stat
    *Pypes O/R X-Pipe (passed emissions with flying colors last summer)
    *Motive 3.73 gears
    *RAM HDX Clutch (good for 450 WHP)
    *Spec Aluminum Flywheel (10+ lbs lighter than factory)
    *Steed 2-Hook Clutch Quadrant
    *Professionally rebuilt LSD
    *OEM Intake Manifold
    *Nitto NT555 tires all around. Rears have a lot of life, fronts were replaced recently.


    All of those parts, plus the supercharger (again, like new), would probably cost you $8k+.


    I recently had the roof and spoiler repainted. Since the pictures were taken, I've replaced the antenna with an 18" shorty, and had the headlights buffed and polished...they look new. If you're going to nitpick, you will find aesthetic issues with it (driver side seat bolster worn, steering wheel worn, paint is a 10 foot looker, etc.). But if starting it up doesn't put a smile on your face, you should probably check your pulse.


    E-mail: [email protected] (please don't be vague with the subject line, I get a lot of junk)


    Phone: If you're genuinely interested, respond, PM, e-mail and I'll provide.
     
  2. Brian95SVT

    Brian95SVT Legend

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    Damn. I miss my Moonlight Blue '96 GT.... I love your car.... GLWS
     
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    Thanks! I suppose it would be a bit obvious to say you could have one again. :cool:
     
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    Haha, if I was in the market I would highly consider yours. I love the color combo. I had the same exterior / interior setup except mine was an auto. My younger brother owns it now.
     
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    Bump for price drop.