You're looking at my 89 Mustang Notchback LX 5.0 with a Nissan R32 body conversion. This car runs and drives strong and like new. Honestly, I had hoped to get A LOT more for this car, but the bottom line is that it's taking up someone else's space that I'm under pressure to free up...
Freshly rebuilt transmission with carbon syncros ~500 miles ago
New, candy teal 17x9" rims from AmericanMuscle.com with new tires ~100 miles ago
Performance mods include: anodized blue underdrive pulleys, BBK headers, no cats, lightweight FordMotorsports driveshaft, oversized 32-spline Strange rear axles, 3.73 gears, short throw shifter, stiff/sport springs in the rear. I have the front springs, but haven't put them in.
The front bumper is a Demon bodykit for a Nissan R32 Skyline modified to fit the Mustang. The sideskirts are Mustang GT skirts, and the rear bumper is stock. The headlights, turn signals and tail lights are imported stock off of a used Nissan R32. The center console has deleted ash tray and coin trays, and I have no radio for this car.
The cons: The bodywork is less-than-professional, and needs some smoothing. The paint is enamel and I have a gallon of urethane clear with activator (4:1 mix ratio). Reverse lights need to be hooked up, small tear where the seatbelt rubs against the driver's seat, and the driver's seat leans back some.
I would not hesitate to drive this car ANYWHERE, it is a mechanical gem even if you don't like what I did with the exterior. I CANNOT and WILL NOT ship this car. No reserve, bid to win... You're not bidding to "come look at the car",, you're bidding to purchase the car.