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1983 Ford Mustang GT - Modified 302-to-308

Hi Everyone,

I'm trying to see if there's an interest for such a vehicle and how much the vehicle is worth. The vehicle doesn't belong to me, but a friend of mine. I'm considering taking it off his hand. But if someone is a die-hard fan of such a vehicle, I'd be willing to direct him/her to my friend. Anyhow... a list of what's been done to it:

Mileage: 100k on chassis; 25K on modified rebuilt engine

Original 302 engine rebuilt to 305-308; engine was totally rebuilt, bored and stroked.

World class T5 transmission installed w/ Hurst short shifter
8.8 rear w/ 355 gears
Motorsport headers
Stainless steel exhaust w/ Flowmaster mufflers and an h-pipe converter
(he assured me it will definitely pass emissions)
Digital display dash
Fresh paint job
Clean car inside and out
Garage kept

Reason for letting it go: New Harley-Davison, New Honda Accord, and just doesn't have time to drive it when he mostly takes his bike out. So the vehicle just sits in the garage under a cover.

Price: $8000-9,000 (Rough figure he had given me, but I would like to see what others would offer for this vehicle or what would such a vehicle be worth?)

Location: Maryland

For questions, please contact me at: [email protected]

Modified by KiotCloudkicker at 7:21 AM 5-11-2006

Modified by KiotCloudkicker at 6:36 AM 5-15-2006
 

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Re: 1983 Ford Mustang- Modified 302-to-308 (KiotCloudkicker)

You failed to say what model it is for one thing plus you're (he's) WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY off the mark.
It's not worth remotely close to that unless it's a full blown show car with some history
 

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Re: 1983 Ford Mustang- Modified 302-to-308 (JRL)

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You failed to say what model it is for one thing plus you're (he's) WAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAAY off the mark.
It's not worth remotely close to that unless it's a full blown show car with some history

Mustang GT... I wouldn't say full blown show car, but probably not far from it.

Would it even go for $6000-7000?
 

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Re: 1983 Ford Mustang- Modified 302-to-308 (KiotCloudkicker)

I would have to see a pic of the inside, the outside and the engine compartment before I could commit to what I think would be fair
 
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