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Very Rare 2000 Ford Zx-2 S/r Edition--complete Car Project--read & See Pics on 2040-cars

US $2,200.00
Year:2000 Mileage:134500
Location:

Northumberland, Pennsylvania, United States

Northumberland, Pennsylvania, United States

Here is an opportunity to own and drive a piece Ford history. There were lots of Escorts sold, but only a very limited number of S/R editions. With input from Jack Roush, the Ford special vehicles team made this a one-year only project, the S/R (street racer) was only sold publicly in the year 2000, with only 2000 total produced........1,000 Sulfer yellow, 500 red, 500 black. Factory updates over the regular ZX-2 include:

                    Iceman intake                     B & M short throw shifter

                    Leather shift boot              Centerforce clutch

                    Visteon PCM                      Tokico struts

                    Eibach lowering springs    Borla exhaust   

                    205/55R15 tires                   Exclusive daizy wheels

                    Blue Ford valve cover        150 mph speedometer

                    S/R seats and mats             front & rear disc brakes

This vehicle has been in our family for the last 10 years and has been maintained with regular oil changes. Rear brakes have been completely rebuilt just 200 miles ago, front rotors and pads about a year ago, the battery is less than 2 years old, and the tires have only a couple thousand miles on them. Runs and drives great. Uses no oil and has no fluid leaks. Every thing on the car works well except the passenger window motor is tired. Odometer currently shows 134,500 miles, but the car looks and drives like half of that! I don't wish to have the car repaired and would prefer to sell it as is. This allows someone to do the repairs and still have a great driver at a very affordable price. After-market front bumper and fog light will cost right around $200.00 and I had a body shop estimate of $700.00 for the labor to repair the dent, replace the front bumper, and do the paint-work. Email any questions and look at all the pictures to fully understand the quality of this vehicle and the repairs needed. Car is fully drivable and inspected so you could come get it and drive it home. My mechanic says it would pass inspection with the removal of the second fog light. Apparently in PA they both need to be functional or removed.  My sales requirements are pretty simple. I need a non-refundable deposit of $200.00 within two days of auction end. The balance is due within 10 days and may be presented when you pick up the car if it is in the form of cash, certified check, Postal Money orders. No personal checks accepted unless they are mailed to me and cleared before delivery of car. Again, check out all the pictures and happy bidding.

                                                

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