1998 Ford Mustang GT - Built/Supercharged
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Kannapolis, North Carolina, United States
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1998 Ford Mustang GT
Selling my Built/Supercharged Mustang GT. I am the 3rd owner of the car and my Dad was the 2nd owner. We have owned the car for almost 15 years now. Bought the car from the original owner in the Summer of 03' with 32,000 miles on the odometer. The car was bone stock then with the exception of a MAC Cat-back system. Since then, the car has gone through 2 motor builds and power adders. Have over $50,000 invested in the car since buying it. The car is in great shape considering the age. Oil has been changed every 3,000 miles. Sometimes 2,500 miles. Waxed 3 to 4 times a year and very seldom saw rain. If she did, she was wiped off upon being pulled into the garage before I ever took a single step into the house. I hate water spots. Still has the factory paint job. Does however need a good cleaning from sitting in the garage and spending 2 years at a shop where it did sit outside a good bit. This car has been my baby, still is, and has been garage kept most of it's life. During the winter months, she was in the garage with a car cover on her.
I know everything about this car. If you have any questions, just ask me. In 1998, there were a total of 175,522 Mustangs built. This includes V6's, GT's and Cobras. Only 28,789 of those were GT's. Only 6,283 out of the 175,522 were Chrome Yellow, which happened to be the rarest color Ford produced in 1998. In the Spring, Ford produced approx. 3,500 models they called the "Spring Edition", also known as the "Sport Package." This is where the stripe package on the hood comes from.
03' Cobra Cast Iron Block - Bored .020 Over (Less than 1,000 miles - $500)
Kellogg Crankshaft (Less than 1,000 miles - $879)
Diamond 4.6/5.4 19cc Dished Pistons (Less than 1,000 miles - $943)
Manley 4340 Rods (Less than 1,000 miles - Cant remember the price right off)
Clevite Main/Rod Bearings (Less than 1,000 miles - $250)
Bullet Racing Custom Stage 2 Blower Cams (Less than a 1,000 miles - $725)
Fox Lake Stage 2 Ported and Polished Cylinder Heads w/ Ferrea Valve Springs and Stainless Steel Valves ($1,500)
Cometic Head Gaskets ($280)
Bullitt Intake Manifold - Ported/Extrude Honed to Match Cylinder Heads - ($1,500)
Accufab Single Blade Throttle body
D1 Procharger w/ 3 Core Air-to-Air Intercooler (Brand New Head Unit - $3,500)
Procharger Blower Bracket and Coil Pack Bracket ($300)
Procharger Air Intake ($200)
HPX Mass Air Meter 3.5" Tube (Less than 1,000 miles - $300)
8 Rib Pulley Conversion (Less than 1,000 miles - $150)
Innovator West Crank Pulley (Less than 1,000 miles - $475)
FRPP High Volume Oil Pump (Less than 1,000 miles - $129)
OEM 8 Bolt Flywheel Modular Flexplate (Less than 1,000 miles - $200)
OEM Power Steering Pump ($50)
OEM Oil Pan and Gasket ($100)
New Belt ($90)
FRPP Radiator Fans ($160)
Trick Flow Valve Covers, Gaskets and Breathers ($350)
03/04 Cobra Fuel Tank (Less than 1,000 miles - $540)
Fore Innovation 2V Level 2 Return System (Less than 1,000 miles - $1,800)
FRPP 60 LB Injectors (Less than 1,000 miles - $350)
GT Fuel Tank Sending Unit (Less than 1,000 miles - $150)
Stainless Works 1-5/8" Longtube Headers w/ matching Catted X-Pipe (Less than 1,000 miles - $1,500)
Magnaflow Catback System (Less than 1,000 miles - $650)
- The Exhaust has not been bottomed out since being installed. Still looks brand new under the car.
UPR Tubular K-Member/Coil-Over Kit/Control Arms (Less than 1,000 miles - $675)
Energy Suspension Motor/Transmission Mounts (Less than 1,000 miles - $200)
Koni (Front) Struts (Less than 1,000 miles - $200)
Koni (Rear) Shocks (Less than 1,000 miles - $100)
Steeda Caster Camber Kit (Less than 1,000 miles - $265)
BMR Lower Control Arms (Less than 1,000 miles - $180)
BMR Upper Control Arms (Less than 1,000 miles - $120)
Full-Length Welded In Sub-frame Connectors ($250)
Baer T4 Front Brakes (Less than 1,000 miles - $1,400)
Baer T4 Rear Brake Upgrade (Less than 1,000 miles - $300)
Brake Calipers Painted to Match Car from Baer ($225)
Cobra Rear Brake Pads (Less than 1,000 miles - $75)
Factory 4R70W Transmission - Built w/ Manual Valve Body ($1,000)
Circle D 3400 Stall Convertor (Less than 1,000 miles - $1,200)
Hi-Tek Transmission Cooler (Less than 1,000 miles - $300)
FRPP 3.55 Gears ($150)
Auto Meter GS Series - Fuel Pressure, Boost/Vac and Air/Fuel Ratio ($640)
Auto Meter A-Pillar Gauge Pod ($60)
Lord knows what else. I did not spare any expenses in this last build. Have all my receipts from the shop and a list of all the performance upgrades during the last 2 years. Almost everything has less than 1,000 miles on it. The parts add up to almost $25,000. That's just in parts!! Not including the time and labor to build it.
My loss is someone else's gain. You can not even buy the parts for what I'm selling the car for. I planned on doing Trick Flow heads and a transmission swap, but ran out of funds. Car needs a set of new head gaskets. At worst cylinder heads. Blew the coolant hose on the dyno when doing the final tune after putting 800 miles on the motor for the break in. Where the car ran perfect, idled great, sounded good, everything. Made me sick to my stomach to put over $30K into a car and this happen. The current transmission is good. Don't get me wrong, just wanted to get the full potential out of the car. I just do not feel like putting the money into it right now. My life is moving in a different direction and need to let her go. But with these 2 upgrades and swap the blower pulley to get a few extra pounds, the car could easily make 575 to 600 hp. And in a 98' 2-Valve, it would be the ultimate sleeper. At the moment, the car is putting down exactly 500 hp on 15 lbs of boost (have the 18 pound pulley as well) thru an automatic transmission where the stall is probably eating a lot of the power. I know there is a lot more there.
I have no idea what the car runs either. The car has never seen a drag strip except from the parking lot. I built the car out of passion and built it the way I wanted it with the best parts money could buy. When clean, it is definitely a head turner. That was what I wanted. I just a nice, clean, fast car that was a head turner.
Yes, I know I'm asking a lot for a car that is sitting with blown head gaskets. But I'm not about to give her away for $5,000 so someone else can put a few thousand dollars into the car and have one of the nicest and fastest SN-95 Mustangs around. Sorry, I have too much money invested into this car to just give her away. I would do the head gaskets myself, but the car has head studs and requires the motor to be dropped just to do them. I do not have a lift, nor do I want to drop another $2,500 to $3,000 in labor to do so. Therefore, I'm done with the car. Ready to let her go and move on. Cut my losses.
Asking $9,000 Or Best Offer. Serious inquiries only. Have plenty more pictures if interested. I do not plan on doing multiple listings. If you are interested, send me a message to keep in touch after the auction if it were to end with no buyers.