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Mustang LX 5.0
Satin Black
Murphy's Mayhem package
I bought this car off of Craigslist for $2500 in 2009. It had 200K miles on it and was in need of some help. Originally an automatic car, it had been butchered and had performance mods that made absolutely no sense. after fixing the little stuff and driving it for over a year as my daily-driver the engine had enough and slowly died out. I decided to try my best at building a G-machine/road-race car, with my ultimate goal being to participate in the HotRod power tour eventually.
I know there is a black convertible that owns the title of "lowest static dropped fox", but I want a low fox that is fully functional and can actually kick some a** when need be. So after all the work other bs, I think this car will definitely be one of a kind.
1991 Ford Mustang LX 5.0 (Satin Black)


308ci, AFR 165's worked by Kieth Black racing, TFS stage 2 cam, Scorpion 1.6 roller rockers, Ported Typhoon intake, 75mm throttle body, PP billet fuel rail, 24lb injectors, matching air flow meter, FMS high-flo oil pump, Canton road race pan, Pypes shorties, Gilmer belt drive, manual quick-ratio rack.
Corbeau FX1 Seats, working on a GT40 replica dash, 10 point cage, MM manual brake kit. Carpet and other luxuries taken out.... this aint pimp my ride man!
Rear from a '96 Mustang GT, 3.73 gears, had Cobra brakes in front but upgraded to GT500 Brembos, rear 13" rotors and brembo calipers, smoothed engine bay (thanks Scottrod Fab), custom strut bar.
The exhaust note...learn to love it...
Griggs Severe duty torque arm, Fays2 watts link, 450lb rear springs, weight jacker rear lowers, UPR tubular K-member, QA1 coil-overs (350lb), Racecraft 2" drop spindles, Kenny Brown Extreme Matrix subframe connectors, AGX adjustables all around. All factory spot welds stripped and completely welded for strength, polyurethane bushings throughout.
Wheel and Tire
18x9 GT4's in front and 18x10 GT4's in the back, BFG KDW's on all four corners.



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