1990 mustang notchback 460 swap

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Posted: 2015-04-11 10:16am

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1990 ford mustang notchback odometer: 500 fuel : gas transmission : automatic title status : clean cylinders : 8 cylinders

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Up for sale is my 1990 mustang notchback with a 460 swap the motor was a crate long block that has a mild cam it has an edelbrock victor intake with 850 cfm double pump Holley carb and an HEI distributor and long tube headers has a power master high torque starter and 1 wire high out put alternator it has a 3 row radiator with electric fan that comes on with ignition the fuel pump is a Holley blue that is on a switch that is on the center console the fuel line is all braided steel the car has a rebuilt c6 with a transgo shift kit and a tci 4100 stall converter and American shifter the car has a drive shaft safety loop, weld and bolt in sub frame connectors the car has been converted to 5 lug all the way around and has power 4 wheel disc brakes the rear has 373 gears and weld pro star wheels the hood is a 4 inch fiberglass cowl hood and the trunk is a cervinis fiberglass trunk with aluminum wing the two front seats are out of a newer mustang and the back seat has been dyed black the car has low miles on the motor and tranny maybe 500 miles the car runs and drives nice sounds like a 5.0 with a cam but has a lot more power the car is not perfect the body is rust free but the paint is in ok condition it looks like a macco paint job the drivers door needs new bushings and passengers door needs fender realigned the car is nice to drive the radio sounds nice the car gets a lot of looks make offer cash only I can deliver

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