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Very clean 1991 Ford Mustang fox body lx fresh paint ready to go

Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
SubModel: lx
Type: Hatchback
Year: 1991
Mileage: 44,445
VIN: 1facp41e2mf181640
Color: Black
Engine: 302
Cylinders: 8
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 5 speed manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Charleston, South Carolina, United States

1991 Ford Mustang Additional Info:

Hello, thanks for looking at this 90's classic. This is a great example of the classic fox body that is so popular for both the street and strip. With that being said this was headed for certian doom from one who thought he was going to be the next street outlaw, but was saved before that could be seen through. So what we have is a lx 5.0 5 speed car witha fresh coat ofvery slick deep jet black and with that alone anyone know can be as much as the price of a car. There have been a few after market up grades that include headers, true dual exhaust, under drive crank pulley, bbk cold air intakeandalso a external MSD coil suppling a needed spark to the gt40 heads the previous owner had installed, at the same time the motor gone thru and freshened upso the car runs and sounds like a champ. The interior is very nice and clean as it was out of the car as the owner was trying to put race seats in, but all of that was there and has been reinstalledexcept the wood steering wheel that I opted to keep in place the only issue is somehow the one seat cover did have a rip in it. Now the only thing I could callbad news would be that it did have a wheel and tire combo that could use updating. To go with that is did have a aftermarket hood that was also installed. There will be new pictures as the car was just getting finished as the current pictures were taken. Thanks you and any questions please ask
Also it has come to my attention there is a mileage discrepancy, i have been thru the car as i was intending on keeping it and i do belive there is mistake along the line as after 20 plus years around car I don't see the wear and tear that would incur with a high millage car. I will try to figure out where this discrepancy has come from. Thank you