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Old 05-09-2020, 09:45 PM
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Default 1984 TxDPS on CL for $17K

This one is highly modded


1984 Ford Mustang Notchback SSP - $17000

1984 Ford Mustang
condition: excellent
cylinders: 8 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 5000
paint color: black
size: compact
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: coupe
This is my clean CarFax (VIN# 1FABP26M6EF184672) 3 owner 1984 Special Service Police (SSP) Ford Mustang 5.0. The car was born and raised in Texas and was brought up to Minnesota by myself on Saturday 10/5/2019 After I flew into DFW, purchased it from the 3rd owner and drove it 13 hours non stop to my house. This goes without saying that this vehicle is super reliable and I would drive it anywhere. I will attempt to give as much detail in this listing as I can but I am sure I will miss something. Please feel free to ask questions and I have the Carfax in hand as well for you to see. This entire build took 2 years to accomplish using 2 vehicles. A ton of time, money, blood sweat and tears went into making it the way it sits today. Happy shopping and blessings!

Teksid Aluminum Cobra Block W/
-Manley Rods
-Wiseco Pistons
-Wiseco Rings
-Comp Cams Camshaft
-Ported/Polished PI Heads
-BBK Throttle Body
-Airaid Cold Air Intake
-MSD ignition
-27# injectors
-96 GT Headers
-96 GT Cat less H pipe
-Custom full 2.5 inch dual exhaust
-96 GT Fuel tank
- Cant remember fuel pump so I will say stock
Engine built by Precision Engine in Sylvania, GA and Dyno Tuned by Gearheads Performance in Arlington, TX making 300 RWHP and 314 RWTQ on 93 octane.
This motor was built for reliability in mind but with the option to go forced induction and handle the power if the desire ever came to go that route. Long block is under 5,000 miles on it!
-T45 1998 Cobra SVT transmission with new stock Cobra clutch 5 speed with a Stifflers trans X member. Tube frame X member up front is a Team Z for mod motors so if one day you wanted to do a Coyote swap it has the correct X member in it already.
-Hydro Boost MC
-11.65Ē Drilled/slotted rear rotors W/Cobra calipers
-13Ē Drilled/slotted front rotor W/Cobra calipers
-Steel Braided lines front and back
-ABS System from 98 Cobra suspension
-Moser 28 spline w/94-04 flange axels
-Team Z Mod Motor Cross member
-Stifflers Trans Cross member
-Rear caliper relocating brackets for Cobra Brakes
-LMR fully adjustable coilovers
-Koni shocks in rear
-LMR upper/lower tubular control arms
-New XXR 565 Series wheels 18x8.5 front 18x10.5 rear with brand new Federal tires all around.
Full SN95 custom interior swap done the right way! 3 dashboards were used to get this right so that the common 1 inch gap didnít happen and also the time was taken to make sure the defrost works!
-2003 GT Dash
-2003 GT Console
-1996 GT door panels
-TMI Custom 03/04 Cobra seats black vinyl/Alcantara all new foam (A dream to sit in!)
-Auto Meter Temp and oil gauges with bezel
-SVT Cobra gauge cluster with LED lighting
-Brand new FR500 steering wheel
-power locks
-power windows
-power mirrors
-New carpet
-New headliner
-New floor mats
-New sun visors
-New rear seat delete
-New dome light
-2 year old paint looks awesome (not a museum car)
-all new seals/moldings/trim
-rear quarters are rolled
1979 OEM Ford Mustang Official Pacecar:
Front bumper
Lower valance
Fender spats
Tail lights
All new headlights, corner lights and turn signals
Strut towers, radiator core support and torque boxes are perfect!
New 35% tint
New oil pan replacement (old one had a dent)
New rebuilt rear diff 3.73 gears
SN95 Electric fans
SN95 coolant reservoir
SN95 Radiator

Hood is a wrap.
Radio not hooked up.
Drivers side SN95 interior door card needs a little love.
No A/C (yes it has heat).

Iím forgetting some stuff but this is most of it..

contact name:
text: (612) 770-2425
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Old 05-09-2020, 10:15 PM
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Seen this one on multiple fb pages. Looks great.
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Old 05-13-2020, 10:38 AM
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Originally Posted by chp1982 View Post
Seen this one on multiple fb pages. Looks great.
Me too. It was probably on FEP forum before, where I saw it. Those wheels are pretty distinctive. I didn't remember the 79 Pace Car nose/hood, which is probably what threw me.
Bill Jr.

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