10 second 1993 Mustang Notchback Coupe 408W Street Strip (Las Vegas) $17000

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1993 Ford Mustang fuel : gas transmission : automatic title status : clean

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I have always wanted a Fox Mustang notchback and I have always wanted to run a 10 second quarter mile. This car let me do both. This is a beautiful street / strip car that needs a new home. Completely redone in 2011 / 2014. Car has all functioning lights, turn signal, horn, etc. Clean Title. Clean Car Fax. Turn key and go.

Background – I purchased this car from a gentlemen in Texas in February 2014. He was more of a street / show car builder. This car started life as a 4 cylinder car. He completely went through it starting in 2011. New paint, New 600 + HP 408W engine, 2 speed Powerglide transmission, new drag racing suspension, new paint, new interior, etc. See below for complete build sheet. He put about a 1,000 miles on it then went on to other things. I think it scared him a bit. He did a decent job on this one but some things needed a little attention before taking it to the track. I have built several road race cars but this was my first drag project. I spent about six months going through it. It needed a good nut and bolt job. I ran the valves, replaced the rockers and installed a stud girdle. I replaced the fuel pressure regulator and installed new fuel lines. I completely rebuilt all the brakes replacing all consumable items with upgraded parts where applicable. I replaced the driver’s side 5 point harness and installed C clip eliminators for safety purposes. I installed new high flow but quiet (er) mufflers and welded in oxygen sensor bungs for an air fuel monitor gauge. A new alternator was installed and new wiring (NHRA approved) for the rear mounted trunk battery was done. All new fluids, a new custom Pro Systems 950 HP carburetor and new, 15 inch Weld drag wheels and tires completed the refurbishment.

On its maiden run on 8/29/14 (100 + degrees) in Las Vegas, NV with no tuning of any sort the car ran an all motor 10.95 at 125 MPH at the LVMS. That is leaving off idle, not using the transbrake and on 26 inch drag radials. See time slip in pictures link and Youtube video. The Youtube video is of a run later that day at 11.1. This car has a whole lot more in it with some tuning. At that point I noticed it had an RPM dependent vibration which I traced to the converter / Powerglide transmission. I pulled the units and shipped them off to Hughes Performance for a full rebuild. Pete at Hughes confirmed the converter had a little run out and that the input shaft needed replacing. Its perfect now. It runs straight and true with zero drama.

Suffice it to say, this vehicle has pretty much been gone through top to bottom. The paint was redone in 2011 and looks fantastic. The fiberglass hood has a couple of small spider cracks and the rear bumper has a small area needing attention. I give it an 8.0 out of 10. With a full interior and 6pt cage the car weighs 2,860 and it simply runs like a scalded dog. Braking is strong for a drag setup. It stays cool even in Las Vegas and the converter with a 4,000 stall is not too radical for the street. Keep it as a street strip car or take some more weight out of it, work on the tune and it should be able to run 9’s. Switching to a 3.90 rear gear along with a 28 inch tire would really wake this thing up. For me its more about the build. It’s time for this one to go and make room for the next. The Carfax is clean and so is the title. See below for complete build sheet, pictures (Photobucket) link and You Tube videos. Also, I am happy to supply a reference of the last Ebay buyer of a car I built and sold — Austin Healey replica (similar to Shelby Cobra replica). Just ask and I will forward his contact information. There is well over $ 45K total into this car. $ 17,000 is a fair price think.

http://s1276.photobucket.com/user/1curtc/slideshow/1993%20LX%20Coupe

http://youtu.be/Kv4Gxyw_rs0

http://youtu.be/QQWw0HK2Yd4

Engine
• Ford 351W Stroker 408W, 11.2:1 compression, zero balance, built in 2011 by Jeff LaMotte in TX.
• 4340 Crank, Scat H Beams, Probe Dish Pistons. Trick Flow girdle. Clevite H series bearings.
• Trickflow 225 R Heads (older style) with Stage 2 Port. Titanium retainers. Engine builder, Jeff LaMotte in Texas says they flow 320 cfm.
• Erson solid roller 252/260 .675/.675 110 lc., Comp Pro Magnum Rockers (new 2014), Comp stud girdle
• Super Victor intake
• Pro Systems custom Holley HP 950 carburetor (new 2014)
• Aeromtive A1000 Pump with 8 an feed and return lines. Aeromotive regulator (2014).
• Professional Products 90006 zero balance SFI harmonic balancer
• CSR Electric water pump
• Canton 7 quart deep sump pan
• MSD distributor, 6AL ignition box, Taylor wires Spiro pro race 409, MSD 2 step
• Hooker Headers 1 ¾ Super Comps, 3 Inch X Pipe with Dynomax VT’s
• Jegs aluminum radiator with dual electric fans
• PowerMaster 110 alternator, rear mounted battery with kill switch done properly (NHRA). Done in 2014
• March pulleys

Driveline
• Hughes prepared 2 Speed Powerglide with trans-brake, rebuilt in November 2014
• JW SFI aluminum bellhousing for Ford 157 tooth flex plate
• TCI outlaw shifter with Holcomb Motorsports shifter mount
• Power steering cooler
• 10 Inch, 4000 stall converter prepared by Hughes Performance. Rebuilt November 2014
• PAW SFI zero balance flexplate
• 8.8 Auburn Pro differential with FMS 3.73 gears and differential support cover
• Moser C Clip eliminators and Ford OEM 31 spline axles
• Driveshaft Loop

Suspension
• UPR Front Chrome Moly K Member and A arms
• Strange coil overs with 10 Way adjustable struts and 140 lb QA1 Springs
• Flaming River manual steering rack
• Hotchkins caster camber plates
• UPR sub frame connectors
• UPR rear single adjustable lower control arms
• UPR double adjustable upper control arms
• UPR Pro Series anti roll bar
• Torque boxes reinforced
• Team Z Rear Stock Location Drag Springs
• Lakewood 50/50 rear shocks

Wheels (Two sets — Take your pick)
• Weld Racing RT-S S71 drag wheels 15×9.33, 6.5 BS and 15×6 fronts (new 2014)
• Mickey Thompson 275/50/15 drag radials and 130 MPH speed rated fronts
• SVE Deep Dish Anniversary Wheel Anthracite 17×10 (6.25 BS) and 17×9 fronts
• Nitto drag radials 315/35/17 and Nitto NT555 255/40/17 fronts

Brakes
• Manual brake conversion
• Front stock brake calipers that have been rebuilt
• Stop Tech Rotors
• Stainless steel braided lines
• Hawk HPS street pads
• Rear fully rebuilt drum brakes
• Maximum Motorsports high performance brake shoes
• Hurst Line Lock

Interior
• Push button start
• Procar Race Seats
• Autometer Ultra Lite gauges with GPS Ultra Lite speedometer
• S&W six point cage
• RCI 5 point harnesses
• Custom dash and gauge pod work
• Custom rear seat delete
• Fire extinguisher mounted in front of driver seat.

In 2011 the car was completely redone including most of the above. Here is the remainder of what was done:
• The body received all new paint inside and out.
• All new lights, new emblems, new firewall, new door and trunk seals, under coated body.
• New windshield, new headliner, new seats from JEGS, new door panels, billet door handles, etc.

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10 second 1993 Mustang Notchback Coupe 408W Street Strip – $ 17000 (Las Vegas)

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1993 Ford Mustang fuel : gas transmission : automatic title status : clean

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I have always wanted a Fox Mustang notchback and I have always wanted to run a 10 second quarter mile. This car let me do both. This is a beautiful street / strip car that needs a new home. Completely redone in 2011 / 2014. Car has all functioning lights, turn signal, horn, etc. Clean Title. Clean Car Fax. Turn key and go.

Background – I purchased this car from a gentlemen in Texas in February 2014. He was more of a street / show car builder. This car started life as a 4 cylinder car. He completely went through it starting in 2011. New paint, New 600 + HP 408W engine, 2 speed Powerglide transmission, new drag racing suspension, new paint, new interior, etc. See below for complete build sheet. He put about a 1,000 miles on it then went on to other things. I think it scared him a bit. He did a decent job on this one but some things needed a little attention before taking it to the track. I have built several road race cars but this was my first drag project. I spent about six months going through it. It needed a good nut and bolt job. I ran the valves, replaced the rockers and installed a stud girdle. I replaced the fuel pressure regulator and installed new fuel lines. I completely rebuilt all the brakes replacing all consumable items with upgraded parts where applicable. I replaced the driver’s side 5 point harness and installed C clip eliminators for safety purposes. I installed new high flow but quiet (er) mufflers and welded in oxygen sensor bungs for an air fuel monitor gauge. A new alternator was installed and new wiring (NHRA approved) for the rear mounted trunk battery was done. All new fluids, a new custom Pro Systems 950 HP carburetor and new, 15 inch Weld drag wheels and tires completed the refurbishment.

On its maiden run on 8/29/14 (100 + degrees) in Las Vegas, NV with no tuning of any sort the car ran an all motor 10.95 at 125 MPH at the LVMS. That is leaving off idle, not using the transbrake and on 26 inch drag radials. See time slip in pictures link and Youtube video. The Youtube video is of a run later that day at 11.1. This car has a whole lot more in it with some tuning. At that point I noticed it had an RPM dependent vibration which I traced to the converter / Powerglide transmission. I pulled the units and shipped them off to Hughes Performance for a full rebuild. Pete at Hughes confirmed the converter had a little run out and that the input shaft needed replacing. Its perfect now. It runs straight and true with zero drama.

Suffice it to say, this vehicle has pretty much been gone through top to bottom. The paint was redone in 2011 and looks fantastic. The fiberglass hood has a couple of small spider cracks and the rear bumper has a small area needing attention. I give it an 8.0 out of 10. With a full interior and 6pt cage the car weighs 2,860 and it simply runs like a scalded dog. Braking is strong for a drag setup. It stays cool even in Las Vegas and the converter with a 4,000 stall is not too radical for the street. Keep it as a street strip car or take some more weight out of it, work on the tune and it should be able to run 9’s. Switching to a 3.90 rear gear along with a 28 inch tire would really wake this thing up. For me its more about the build. It’s time for this one to go and make room for the next. The Carfax is clean and so is the title. See below for complete build sheet, pictures (Photobucket) link and You Tube videos. Also, I am happy to supply a reference of the last Ebay buyer of a car I built and sold — Austin Healey replica (similar to Shelby Cobra replica). Just ask and I will forward his contact information. There is well over $ 45K total into this car. $ 17,000 is a fair price think.

http://s1276.photobucket.com/user/1curtc/slideshow/1993%20LX%20Coupe

http://youtu.be/Kv4Gxyw_rs0

http://youtu.be/QQWw0HK2Yd4

Engine
• Ford 351W Stroker 408W, 11.2:1 compression, zero balance, built in 2011 by Jeff LaMotte in TX.
• 4340 Crank, Scat H Beams, Probe Dish Pistons. Trick Flow girdle. Clevite H series bearings.
• Trickflow 225 R Heads (older style) with Stage 2 Port. Titanium retainers. Engine builder, Jeff LaMotte in Texas says they flow 320 cfm.
• Erson solid roller 252/260 .675/.675 110 lc., Comp Pro Magnum Rockers (new 2014), Comp stud girdle
• Super Victor intake
• Pro Systems custom Holley HP 950 carburetor (new 2014)
• Aeromtive A1000 Pump with 8 an feed and return lines. Aeromotive regulator (2014).
• Professional Products 90006 zero balance SFI harmonic balancer
• CSR Electric water pump
• Canton 7 quart deep sump pan
• MSD distributor, 6AL ignition box, Taylor wires Spiro pro race 409, MSD 2 step
• Hooker Headers 1 ¾ Super Comps, 3 Inch X Pipe with Dynomax VT’s
• Jegs aluminum radiator with dual electric fans
• PowerMaster 110 alternator, rear mounted battery with kill switch done properly (NHRA). Done in 2014
• March pulleys

Driveline
• Hughes prepared 2 Speed Powerglide with trans-brake, rebuilt in November 2014
• JW SFI aluminum bellhousing for Ford 157 tooth flex plate
• TCI outlaw shifter with Holcomb Motorsports shifter mount
• Power steering cooler
• 10 Inch, 4000 stall converter prepared by Hughes Performance. Rebuilt November 2014
• PAW SFI zero balance flexplate
• 8.8 Auburn Pro differential with FMS 3.73 gears and differential support cover
• Moser C Clip eliminators and Ford OEM 31 spline axles
• Driveshaft Loop

Suspension
• UPR Front Chrome Moly K Member and A arms
• Strange coil overs with 10 Way adjustable struts and 140 lb QA1 Springs
• Flaming River manual steering rack
• Hotchkins caster camber plates
• UPR sub frame connectors
• UPR rear single adjustable lower control arms
• UPR double adjustable upper control arms
• UPR Pro Series anti roll bar
• Torque boxes reinforced
• Team Z Rear Stock Location Drag Springs
• Lakewood 50/50 rear shocks

Wheels (Two sets — Take your pick)
• Weld Racing RT-S S71 drag wheels 15×9.33, 6.5 BS and 15×6 fronts (new 2014)
• Mickey Thompson 275/50/15 drag radials and 130 MPH speed rated fronts
• SVE Deep Dish Anniversary Wheel Anthracite 17×10 (6.25 BS) and 17×9 fronts
• Nitto drag radials 315/35/17 and Nitto NT555 255/40/17 fronts

Brakes
• Manual brake conversion
• Front stock brake calipers that have been rebuilt
• Stop Tech Rotors
• Stainless steel braided lines
• Hawk HPS street pads
• Rear fully rebuilt drum brakes
• Maximum Motorsports high performance brake shoes
• Hurst Line Lock

Interior
• Push button start
• Procar Race Seats
• Autometer Ultra Lite gauges with GPS Ultra Lite speedometer
• S&W six point cage
• RCI 5 point harnesses
• Custom dash and gauge pod work
• Custom rear seat delete
• Fire extinguisher mounted in front of driver seat.

In 2011 the car was completely redone including most of the above. Here is the remainder of what was done:
• The body received all new paint inside and out.
• All new lights, new emblems, new firewall, new door and trunk seals, under coated body.
• New windshield, new headliner, new seats from JEGS, new door panels, billet door handles, etc.

  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

post id: 4935334153

posted: 2015-03-16 4:34pm

updated: 2015-03-20 9:34am

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