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This is a 1991 5.0 mustang coupe restored by Battle Ground Racing (BGR) named Ivory. This is one of the lightest Mustangs ever built. This is number 16 of their build’s and has a specific name and vin number. Number 16 (Ivory) is registered in the BGR registry. Ivory was a seven-month build. There will only be 99 models restored and customized in the BGR series. This is the third BGR car available for purchase publicly. All previous BGR series units were sold and built for private parties.

Ivory is a near all original Mustang with a few minor upgrades. The upper and lower intake along with the valve covers have been removed to not only powder coat them, but to also show you the insides of the engine for which you are purchasing. All vin numbers on this vehicle match and the body lines are perfect. This is an almost all original Mustang with low mileage and it has been very well maintained. The wheels have been changed to 2006 GT wheels, which was inclusive of a custom precise 5-lug conversion. The interior was custom dyed and the exterior is wrapped in performance white paint. Ivory is more unique than any new model GT off the lot. You really have to see to appreciate, pictures do not do this vehicle justice. Ivory is a show winner and a traffic stopper. Better condition than when she came off the show room floor. Doors open and close as if it was straight off the assembly line.

If your looking for a vehicle that looks like everyone else’s, this vehicle is probably not for you. However, if you are looking for a dependable, fast and custom ride full of detail and quality, this is it.

Everything on this vehicle works perfectly. Ivory comes with an appraisal from Precision Auto Appraisals and is currently appraised at $16,400. This vehicle does qualify for classic auto insurance and can be insured at a fraction of the cost of a new model. The cost of a new model depreciates every year; however it is exactly the opposite when you own a collectible. Feel free to email me or reply with any questions. Buyers beware; Ivory will cause serious envy.


- Red/Black interior
- White exterior 4 months old
- DVD/cd/mp3 TV player with remote
- New 6 inch door speakers
- Keyless remote
- Custom sub box in trunk
- 2006 17in GT wheels
- B&M shifter (AOD)
- New rack and pinion
- 3 inch cowl hood
- Front license plate holes have been deleted for your option
- New KYB shocks
- Motorsport springs
- 95 amp alternator
- New cap and rotor
- New Motorsport wires (black)
- New spark plugs
- New thermostat and coolant hoses
- Triple polished oil cap
- Chrome power steering cover
- Acc. brackets powder coated (007 silver & Gloss White)
- Pulleys powder coated (007 silver)
- Tensioner powder coated (007 silver)
- Polished cold air intake kit
- Polished IAC
- Engine bay is coated (stone)
- Performance white fan shroud
- High Gloss white powder coated intake
- Triple polished intake plate
- High Gloss white powder coated valve covers
- Electric Fan upgrade
- Center console door repaired
- Center console switch plate
- Chrome strut tower brace
- New red motor sport wires and plugs
- New carpet (black)
- 76,000 original mileage
- Billet aluminum power windows and locks
- New power door locks and power windows
- New arm rest pads
- New polished door handle bezels
- New power door/window switch bezels
- New pony floor mats
- LX rear lenses
- New front headlights
- Vehicle leaks no fluid


pictures are available on the link below.

http://s335.photobucket.com/albums/m451/bgr302/Ivory/?start=0


Thanks,

Jason
713-824-7857
 

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Do you write for a car magazine or something? lol I feel like reading an article in MM&FF reading your add! Nice car but who is BGR?
 

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i know this post is many years old but just wanted to say those seats look awesome. how hard is it to dye them like that?

 

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I saw this car at a body shop not to long ago, it was totaled, hit on drivers side qtr and pushed rear end out pass side. This car was really nice, Jason has always done a top notch job.
 
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