1993 SSP Mustang 5.0 LX notchback 5 speed (Santa Monica) $7000

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1993 SSP Mustang 5.0 LX notchback 5 speed – $ 7000 (Santa Monica)

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1993 Mustang LX 5.0 odometer: 180000 VIN: 1FACP40E3PF112008 paint color : black size : compact type : coupe drive : rwd fuel : gas transmission : manual title status : clean cylinders : 8 cylinders

condition: good

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Here I have a 1993 Mustang 5.0 LX. It’s the sought after notchback version (lighter & stiffer than convertible or hatchback) Its also a very rare 5 speed Special Service Package model (I have car faxes to prove it, also it has every tell tale sign; Siren/PA grill under the bumper, yellow trunk release button etc.) only 15,000 SSP models ever went into production, and of those only a couple thousand were T5 cars. Car is very clean other than a few minor issues. Chassis has 180k miles, but motor was rebuilt at 168k. Cylinders were very clean so it was not bored to 306.
The Good: -Full MSD ignition (distributor, cap, rotor, wires, coil, 6AL box)
- Electric fan
- BBK headers & catless H pipe
- Flowmaster catback exhaust
- LX chrome tips
- BBK underdrive pulleys
- FRPP intake spacer
- ARP head studs
- GT40 tubular intake manifold
- Ported GT40 lower intake manifold
- GT40 heads
- Crane beehive valve springs
- FRPP E303 Cam
- FRPP 1.6 roller rockers
- FRPP oil pump
- FRPP 24 lb injectors
- C&L 73mm MAF cal’d for 24s
- Accufab polished 70mm TB
- SCT Eliminator chip
- 3G 130 amp alternator
- NGK platinum spark plugs

Suspension
- Moog poly bushings & sway bar links front & rear
- BBK subframe connectors
- Tubular control arms
- 13″ Cobra front brakes
- Eibach front & rear sway bars
- 18″ anniversary cobra wheels
- 265/245 tires
- Eibach front & rear springs
- Koni adjustable shocks & struts

Transmission
- Rebuilt T5
- 8.8 posi rear end
- 4.10 gears
- Steeda Tri-Ax short shifter

Interior
- Suede headliner w/ plastic backing
- Black carpet
- 07 black leather seats
- rear seat delete
- new black rear tray package

Exterior
- 1″ cowl hood

The bad:
- car is not running at the moment; it has a collapsed lifter on cylinder 4. I believe it needs different length pushrods but have not yet checked valve train geometry. I don’t have the money to keep working on it at the moment and am cutting my losses.
- damaged front fender (I will include the new one off another 93, already painted and ready to go on)
- cracked windshield
- small dent in rear quarter panel. Was quoted $ 400 to fix it

I am asking $ 7k obo. I am not in a bind, if I don’t get the right price I will hang on to the car, but shoot me reasonable offers.
Will consider a trade for a clean 240sx with an SR20DET, or if it’s really clean, a KA24DE

  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

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1993 SSP Mustang 5.0 LX notchback 5 speed – $ 7000 (Santa Monica)

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1993 Mustang LX 5.0 odometer: 180000 VIN: 1FACP40E3PF112008 paint color : black size : compact type : coupe drive : rwd fuel : gas transmission : manual title status : clean cylinders : 8 cylinders

condition: good

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  • avoiding scams

Here I have a 1993 Mustang 5.0 LX. It’s the sought after notchback version (lighter & stiffer than convertible or hatchback) Its also a very rare 5 speed Special Service Package model (I have car faxes to prove it, also it has every tell tale sign; Siren/PA grill under the bumper, yellow trunk release button etc.) only 15,000 SSP models ever went into production, and of those only a couple thousand were T5 cars. Car is very clean other than a few minor issues. Chassis has 180k miles, but motor was rebuilt at 168k. Cylinders were very clean so it was not bored to 306.
The Good: -Full MSD ignition (distributor, cap, rotor, wires, coil, 6AL box)
- Electric fan
- BBK headers & catless H pipe
- Flowmaster catback exhaust
- LX chrome tips
- BBK underdrive pulleys
- FRPP intake spacer
- ARP head studs
- GT40 tubular intake manifold
- Ported GT40 lower intake manifold
- GT40 heads
- Crane beehive valve springs
- FRPP E303 Cam
- FRPP 1.6 roller rockers
- FRPP oil pump
- FRPP 24 lb injectors
- C&L 73mm MAF cal’d for 24s
- Accufab polished 70mm TB
- SCT Eliminator chip
- 3G 130 amp alternator
- NGK platinum spark plugs

Suspension
- Moog poly bushings & sway bar links front & rear
- BBK subframe connectors
- Tubular control arms
- 13″ Cobra front brakes
- Eibach front & rear sway bars
- 18″ anniversary cobra wheels
- 265/245 tires
- Eibach front & rear springs
- Koni adjustable shocks & struts

Transmission
- Rebuilt T5
- 8.8 posi rear end
- 4.10 gears
- Steeda Tri-Ax short shifter

Interior
- Suede headliner w/ plastic backing
- Black carpet
- 07 black leather seats
- rear seat delete
- new black rear tray package

Exterior
- 1″ cowl hood

The bad:
- car is not running at the moment; it has a collapsed lifter on cylinder 4. I believe it needs different length pushrods but have not yet checked valve train geometry. I don’t have the money to keep working on it at the moment and am cutting my losses.
- damaged front fender (I will include the new one off another 93, already painted and ready to go on)
- cracked windshield
- small dent in rear quarter panel. Was quoted $ 400 to fix it

I am asking $ 7k obo. I am not in a bind, if I don’t get the right price I will hang on to the car, but shoot me reasonable offers.
Will consider a trade for a clean 240sx with an SR20DET, or if it’s really clean, a KA24DE

  • do NOT contact me with unsolicited services or offers

post id: 4929721054

posted: 2015-03-12 9:39pm

updated: 2015-03-12 9:40pm

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