1989 Mustang LX (lots of mods) (Prince Frederick, Md) $12000

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1989 Mustang LX (lots of mods) – $ 12000 (Prince Frederick, Md)

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1989 Ford Mustang paint color : green type : hatchback drive : rwd fuel : gas transmission : manual title status : clean cylinders : 8 cylinders

condition: excellent

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This is excruciatingly difficult for me to do; I’ve owned this car for about 12 years, and have invested so much time and money into it, my daughter absolute loves it, and I was hoping it would be hers someday. Life happens, and now I feel there are no alternatives but to sell it. I will not bother with tire kickers, window shoppers, or low ballers. I love this car and will not give it away regardless of circumstances…it’s not costing me anything to let it sit.

-89 LX hatchback, original V8/5spd car with many modifications.
-DSS 363 based upon a Dart Iron Eagle block (four bolt main on all five main caps)
-11:1 compression with 58cc heads (runs fine on good 93 octane pump gas)
-Fully forged rotating assembly
-TFS aluminum heads with multi-layer headgaskets
-TFS-R box intake
-Anderson Ford Motorsport cam
-Accufab 90mm TB
-Anderson Ford Motorsport PowerPipe
-PMAS MAF meter with bolt-on filter
- Anderson Ford PMS
-Factory original and highly coveted A9L processor
-FRPP 42lb injectors
-Innovate Motorsport Wideband O2 sensor w/pillar mounted gauge
-AC vent Auto Meter gauge cage
-Auto Meter Carbon Fiber Volts/Water temp/Oil Pressure 2 5/8″ gauges
-Auto Meter Carbon Fiber 5″ Pro Stock tach w/recall
-MSD Digital 6 ignition
-MSD Blaster HSV coil
-Optima red top gel battery
-Aeromotvie AFPR
-All ARP fasteners
-Canton oil pan w/built-in scraper and windage tray
-Melling adjustable high pressure oil pump
-FRPP oil pump driveshaft
-Solid aluminum motor mounts
-Romac aluminum harmonic balancer
-Griffin aluminum radiator
-Meziere electric waterpump
-Flex-a-lite Black Magic electric fan
-Sheetmetal valve covers
-Kooks 1.75″ long tube headers
-2.5″ Dr Gax X pipe
-2.5″ Bassani Real Street mufflers
-2.5″ Flowmaster tailpipes
-QA1 tubular k member
-QA1 tubular a arms
-QA1 adjustable shocks and struts (coilovers in the front)
-Mega-bite Jr lower control arms
-Steeds double adjustable solid upper control arms w/spherical bushings on the housing side
-Welded subframe connectors
-Welded in battle boxes/torque box reinforcements
-Maximum Motorsdports solid Tremec transmission crossmember
-Energy Suspension urethane trans mount
-Tremec TKO transmission
-Pro 5.0 shifter with billet Hurst pistol grip shifter
-SPEC clutch with aluminum pressure plate
-Aluminum flywheel with replaceable friction surface
-Superior 31 spline axles with c-clip eliminators
-Strange spool
-FRPP aluminum driveshaft
-FRPP 4.30 gears
-Weld draglite wheels (15×10 and 15×3.5)
-Fairly new 275/50/15 MT ET Street Drag Radial
-Custom paint (VW Cyber green w/gold pearl ghost flames)
-Aftermarket clear headlamp kit
-Converted to factory black interior
-UPR billet trip accent pieces
-UPR billet Ford emblem in grille
-Harwood 2.5″ cowl hood
-OEM Ford 1993 Cobra wing
-In-line 255 LPH supplemental fuel pump
-190 LPH in-tank fuel pump (Have brand new 255 that’s uninstalled)

There’s probably a lot more that I’m forgetting. This is a street car that works pretty well on the track. . .I’ve driven it to MIR, run mid 10’s @ 13X mph leaving at idle, then driven it home, cruised it around, gone to dinner, the grocery store, to work, wherever. The cooling system keeps the car cool in traffic, and it never comes close to getting hot during the summer. It runs on pump gas, has full interior, etc. No AC but the heat works, radio works, power windows work. It’s been garaged for the 12+ years I’ve owned it, and always maintained well. It hasn’t seen much driving the past three or so years, and has been to the track once in that time. The current tires have low mileage and have never seen the track. I doubt the engine has 10,000 miles on it since it was built, and maybe 100 passes.

It’s been sitting in the garage, and the rear main seal is now leaking, which soaked the clutch, leading to it now slipping under a load. There are a few spots on the paint that need to be repaired, but considering it was painted in 2005, it’s in great condition. The interior has a few spots that could use repair, just never got around to doing it. Overall it’s a clean car with a lot of time and money invested in it, that’s fun to drive, sounds amazing, gets a lot of attention, has done well at car shows, and puts up some very respectable naturally aspirated numbers at the track.

Asking $ 12,000 or REASONABLE offer. Do not offer me $ 5000. No trades, no BS. If the ad is up, it’s still for sale, so don’t waste your time or mine by sending the “is this still available” email. Happy to answer questions for seriously interested buyers.

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1989 Mustang LX (lots of mods) – $ 12000 (Prince Frederick, Md)

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1989 Ford Mustang paint color : green type : hatchback drive : rwd fuel : gas transmission : manual title status : clean cylinders : 8 cylinders

condition: excellent

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This is excruciatingly difficult for me to do; I’ve owned this car for about 12 years, and have invested so much time and money into it, my daughter absolute loves it, and I was hoping it would be hers someday. Life happens, and now I feel there are no alternatives but to sell it. I will not bother with tire kickers, window shoppers, or low ballers. I love this car and will not give it away regardless of circumstances…it’s not costing me anything to let it sit.

-89 LX hatchback, original V8/5spd car with many modifications.
-DSS 363 based upon a Dart Iron Eagle block (four bolt main on all five main caps)
-11:1 compression with 58cc heads (runs fine on good 93 octane pump gas)
-Fully forged rotating assembly
-TFS aluminum heads with multi-layer headgaskets
-TFS-R box intake
-Anderson Ford Motorsport cam
-Accufab 90mm TB
-Anderson Ford Motorsport PowerPipe
-PMAS MAF meter with bolt-on filter
- Anderson Ford PMS
-Factory original and highly coveted A9L processor
-FRPP 42lb injectors
-Innovate Motorsport Wideband O2 sensor w/pillar mounted gauge
-AC vent Auto Meter gauge cage
-Auto Meter Carbon Fiber Volts/Water temp/Oil Pressure 2 5/8″ gauges
-Auto Meter Carbon Fiber 5″ Pro Stock tach w/recall
-MSD Digital 6 ignition
-MSD Blaster HSV coil
-Optima red top gel battery
-Aeromotvie AFPR
-All ARP fasteners
-Canton oil pan w/built-in scraper and windage tray
-Melling adjustable high pressure oil pump
-FRPP oil pump driveshaft
-Solid aluminum motor mounts
-Romac aluminum harmonic balancer
-Griffin aluminum radiator
-Meziere electric waterpump
-Flex-a-lite Black Magic electric fan
-Sheetmetal valve covers
-Kooks 1.75″ long tube headers
-2.5″ Dr Gax X pipe
-2.5″ Bassani Real Street mufflers
-2.5″ Flowmaster tailpipes
-QA1 tubular k member
-QA1 tubular a arms
-QA1 adjustable shocks and struts (coilovers in the front)
-Mega-bite Jr lower control arms
-Steeds double adjustable solid upper control arms w/spherical bushings on the housing side
-Welded subframe connectors
-Welded in battle boxes/torque box reinforcements
-Maximum Motorsdports solid Tremec transmission crossmember
-Energy Suspension urethane trans mount
-Tremec TKO transmission
-Pro 5.0 shifter with billet Hurst pistol grip shifter
-SPEC clutch with aluminum pressure plate
-Aluminum flywheel with replaceable friction surface
-Superior 31 spline axles with c-clip eliminators
-Strange spool
-FRPP aluminum driveshaft
-FRPP 4.30 gears
-Weld draglite wheels (15×10 and 15×3.5)
-Fairly new 275/50/15 MT ET Street Drag Radial
-Custom paint (VW Cyber green w/gold pearl ghost flames)
-Aftermarket clear headlamp kit
-Converted to factory black interior
-UPR billet trip accent pieces
-UPR billet Ford emblem in grille
-Harwood 2.5″ cowl hood
-OEM Ford 1993 Cobra wing
-In-line 255 LPH supplemental fuel pump
-190 LPH in-tank fuel pump (Have brand new 255 that’s uninstalled)

There’s probably a lot more that I’m forgetting. This is a street car that works pretty well on the track. . .I’ve driven it to MIR, run mid 10’s @ 13X mph leaving at idle, then driven it home, cruised it around, gone to dinner, the grocery store, to work, wherever. The cooling system keeps the car cool in traffic, and it never comes close to getting hot during the summer. It runs on pump gas, has full interior, etc. No AC but the heat works, radio works, power windows work. It’s been garaged for the 12+ years I’ve owned it, and always maintained well. It hasn’t seen much driving the past three or so years, and has been to the track once in that time. The current tires have low mileage and have never seen the track. I doubt the engine has 10,000 miles on it since it was built, and maybe 100 passes.

It’s been sitting in the garage, and the rear main seal is now leaking, which soaked the clutch, leading to it now slipping under a load. There are a few spots on the paint that need to be repaired, but considering it was painted in 2005, it’s in great condition. The interior has a few spots that could use repair, just never got around to doing it. Overall it’s a clean car with a lot of time and money invested in it, that’s fun to drive, sounds amazing, gets a lot of attention, has done well at car shows, and puts up some very respectable naturally aspirated numbers at the track.

Asking $ 12,000 or REASONABLE offer. Do not offer me $ 5000. No trades, no BS. If the ad is up, it’s still for sale, so don’t waste your time or mine by sending the “is this still available” email. Happy to answer questions for seriously interested buyers.

  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

post id: 4949705648

posted: 2015-03-26 8:22am

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