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Always thought this car would stay with me longer. It has been great to me, but time to move on. For what I'm looking for in a car this just doesn't have it. And for what it would take to get it there is just too much. After next week my 5000+ lb suv will be faster then it. My schedule is too busy to take it to a road corse... Only reason for me to keep it is the emotional tie. There will be better! In the next 3-5 years I hope to have a house and a 2dr cts-v!!!
I trust the guy and from what he tells me it's sold! Someone is coming tonight with a check to pick it up! Getting 12K. I would be dumb not to take that.
2002 Mustang GT 4.6 Premium with 73xxx miles
- 03 Cobra Bilstein Shocks & Struts
- H&R Race Springs
- Maximum Motorsports CC Plates
- Maximum Motorsports 3pt Strut Tower brace
- J&M Full Length Subframe Connectors
- Motoblue Under Drive Pulleys
- Professional Products Upper Intake
- BBK 75MM Throttle Body’
- BBK Cold Air Intake
- Mac H-pipe w/out cats
- Borla Stinger IRS Catback
- Aluminum Driveshaft
- 03 Cobra Independent Rear Suspension
- 3.55 Gear Ratio
- Spec Stage 2+ Clutch
- UPR Clutch Adjuster
- MGW Short Throw Shifter
- 03 Cobra Front Calipers
- Maximum Motorsports Steel Braided Lines
- Front Power Slot Rotors
- 3.5in Cowl Hood
- 03 Cobra Front Bumper Cover w/ Chin Spoiler
- Rear 03 Cobra Bumper With “Cobra” Filled
- DDM Tuning H.I.D. 6000k Headlights & Fogs
- American Muscle Smoked Headlights
- BBS RX 17x9
- Hubcentric 1.5 Wheel Spacer in Rear
here are some videos and my fastest slip, great memories.
Tuned ECM/TCM, CAI, Efans and 160deg thermostat will be here today. that should put me in the low 13's. With this money one idea is built trans, converter, long tubes and a cam. Not sure what I'll do yet.
Im a little late on this one but I hear you on the CTS-V coupe! I get chills sometimes when i think about that car. I also miss driving a Cadillac but the 97 STS I drove is an oversized Pinto in comparison. Just wanted to comment on an amazing car since nobody else did.
I enjoy how light the Mustang is. The CTS-V is badass, but it's a battleship at well over 4,000lbs. If you want to go GM, I'd put a C6 at the top of your dream list rather than a Caddy, if you really enjoy a fun drive. Not to say the CTS-V isn't fun, but the curb weight to me would seem lumbering after a while. I often ride in my friend's Hemi-powered Dodge truck and the sheer weight is just unpleasant. Even the Hemi always feels like it's struggling to move.
I have the same problem with the newer Mustangs and Camaros... not saying I wouldn't take one, but it would be a learning curve to get used to the lumbering weight, and I'd miss the lighter weight. I think the over-equipped new models are a mistake on the part of both GM and Ford. Maybe it's time for another "Mustang II" with a light weight, short-length frame and minimal equipment? Nav system? If you're a lame moron who cannot use a map, sure. I'd rather have a good regular-a** stereo. Sound deadening? Why? I bought a muscle car, I want to hear it.
Anyway, nice looking car you're selling there. The next owner will love it!
2001 Ford Mustang GT Auto
2004 Chevy Colorado Crew Cab (daily driver)
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