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1990 Ssp Notchback Mustang Drag Car Roller Ladder Bar Msd Strange Race Ford 5.0 on 2040-cars

US $12,000.00
Year:1990 Mileage:1
Location:

Hastings, Nebraska, United States

Hastings, Nebraska, United States
Engine:none
Vehicle Title:Clear
VIN: 1facp40e2lf161470 Year: 1990
Model: Mustang
Drive Type: auto none
Mileage: 1
Trim: coupe
Condition: Used: A vehicle is considered used if it has been registered and issued a title. Used vehicles have had at least one previous owner. The condition of the exterior, interior and engine can vary depending on the vehicle's history. See the seller's listing for full details and description of any imperfections. ... 

this is a really nice 1990 ssp expatrol car mustang drag car. fresh paint, 10-12 point chrome moly roll cage, nhra certified till the end of this season and passed with no issues, think its good till 8.50, ladder bar suspension, duel adj. strange rear coilovers, single adj strange front struts, maximum motorsports camber/caster plates, bumpsteer, m/m tubular k menber and ontrol arms, manual rack and pinion, manual brake conversion, wilwood brakes at all 4 corners, large frontrange aluminum driveshaft, mark williams yokes, wheelie wheels c/m, weld 15x12 rears with 14.5x29x15 hoosier quick time pros, comes with matching weld front runners(not the wheels on car in pics. it has a complete aeromotive fuel system with the a1000 pump, filters regulators and return line, fuel cell, i ran e85 on my engine, msd digital 7 and coil, morososo switch panel, fluiddyne radiator and ele fan, florida 5.0 gauge cluster, trans temp gauge, built 8.8, moser gun drilled 35 spline axles, c clip eleminators, moser spool, cover support, has carbion fiber proratchet shifter, carbon fiber hood and harwood deck lid, manual windows n locks this car ran 9.70 at kearney raceway park on a hot day with my 696hp sbf all engine no power adders with a c4 and no trans brake, 1.41 60 foot times at 137mph, car goes straight and drives nice, will come with everything to bolt in your engine and trans and pass tech with no issues. this car also has beefed up torq boxes cause it could be switched back to a stock suspension car, has up to date belts and window net too.

will consider trades, campers, boats, hot rods, street cars, any brand

also have the fresh dynamic mighty mite c4 with probell, 8" 5500 stall to sell seperate

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