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Deep Impact Blue on Stone (light grey) leather interior
5.0 V8, 420hp
6-speed manual transmission
22,000mi (balance of 3y/36k mi bumper-to-bumper warranty, 5y/60k powertrain and roadside assistance)
Track Package (Brembo brakes, 3.73 Torsen diff, Boss 302 cooling)
One-owner, adult-driven (no burnouts, drifting, hard launch, etc)
Purchased and set up for track-days but car was never used on roadcourse or dragstrip
No issues with the MT-82 transmission (clutch babied)
Dealer-maintained, oil changed at twice the recommended intervals
Koni Yellow shocks (single-adjustable)
Steeda Sport springs
Steeda heavy-duty camber plates
Fays2 Watts link
Borla S-Type (aka "Stinger") axle-back exhaust
Michelin Pilot Super Sport tires (255 fronts, wider 275 rears)
SR Performance short-shift kit with Barton bracket & retro-style ****
1" spacers (not currently installed, but included)
Rubber all-weather mats throughout including trunk
Blacked-out 5.0 fender badges, stubby antenna
The car looks and sounds amazing, and the handling is as good as you're likely to find in any street-able live-axle car; the Watts link settles down the nervousness of the rear under cornering, and the springs & shocks eliminate the brake-dive and rear-end floatiness of the stock suspension, currently running full-soft. Stock parts are all included if you want to backdate it, I don't have the factory panhard bar however.
The car was ordered and modified exactly how I wanted it, but there's no significant up-charge for the mods here; at last check (this week), KBB had the car at $30,800 for an "Excellent" car, and that's a fair assessment of this vehicle's condition in my admittedly biased opinion.
I still really like the car, it's just time for something new. I'm available most weekends for serious buyers, please send an email to mustangsale >at< tenfifteen.net to set something up or to ask any questions.
Price is firm, I've already reduced it twice from an original asking price of $31,000, but would just like to sell it so someone else can enjoy it.
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Someone snapped it up within hours of me listing it on eBay Monday night. I'll mark the car sold when it drives away; buyer flies down from NY on Wednesday.
I hear you on the interior... I thought medium stone would be a lot more "medium," but it's pretty near white. A friend had one with the saddle which I think looks better. Wouldn't have ever ordered black though. My M3 was a similar blue on black interior and it was far more difficult to keep "nice" than this ever was. Strangely it's very easy to keep clean.
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