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1991 Mazda Miata/5.0 Ford V8 Conversion on 2040-cars

Year:1991 Mileage:100000 Color: has
Location:

Miami, Florida, United States

Miami, Florida, United States

FOR SALE 1991 Mazda Miata/Ford V8 Conversion Ford 5.0, this was a project of mine for the past six years. I am ready to move on to something else. Car has a stock Ford V8 5.0 motor with Speed Density Computer. The stock 5-speed T5 transmission has a new ZOOM performance street clutch kit. The Ford 7.5 inch IRS differential has 3.27 gears with factory limited-slip. 2.25 inch custom exhaust with H-pipe and CATS and duel Dynomax VT Mufflers. Also has a new Optima Yellow-Top Deep Cycle battery.

        Modified Conversion Harnesses and A/C lines done by Jason of Mc Cully Racing Motors.

         Suspension has all new Energy Suspension Polyurethane Master Bushing Kit.

         Has new upper and lower ball joints installed, along with new springs and shocks.

         Fuel tank was removed cleaned and resealed.

         Exhaust headers,

         Cooling System,

         K-member, motor mounts, transmission cross-member, differential mounts, hubs and shafts all came from MONSTER MIATA kit.

         Interior has new carpeting, seat covers, custom door panels and headliner. Forever Sharp 14 Mahogany Wood Steering Wheel and aftermarket style bar.

         Exterior has 2 Cowl Induction Hood, rear spoiler, custom retro fuel lid from REV9 Autosports.

         Car has been recently painted and white vinyl stripes installed.

         Also comes with soft-top and factory hardtop. Soft-top is tan in color and comes with rear glass window. Also comes with tan vinyl top boot cover, car cover.

         New FALKEN ZIEX205-50-15 tires on stock 15x6.5 rims.



On Sep-18-14 at 15:28:46 PDT, seller added the following information:

 I made a mistake on the posted mileage above, the actual miles are 196645 

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