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Make: Ford
Model: Mustang
Type: Coupe
Trim: LX Sedan 2-Door
Doors: 2
Year: 1993
Mileage: 2,500
VIN: 1FACP40M9PF201217
Color: Gray
Engine: 4.6 Liter Supercharged V8
Cylinders: 4
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Other
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Local pick-up only

1993 Ford Mustang Additional Info:

With a supercharged V8, six-speed manual, independent rear suspension, and a ton more performance upgrades, this 1993 Ford Mustang is a wolf in sheep's clothing. Then again, the shimmering paint, Foose wheels, and mean stance make this one an affordable wolf that can lead the pack.It only takes a moment to realize you're looking at something special. The Graphite Metallic paint gives you a clear indication of a serious investment just by how much shine it radiates in the sunlight. Although the excellent condition of the paintwork doesn't surprise us much since there's only 2,500 miles on this full custom build. This included disassembling the body panels and making sure everything was straight and smooth before the silvery hue was applied. 1993 was the final year for the third generation cars, and so we really love seeing these modern classic come into their own, especially with all the right modifications. This coupe has true distinction with a custom power bulge hood w/dual vents, integrated driving lights, three-piece clear lens headlight package, custom rocker moldings, and a new rear bumper. Of course, no one will overlook those Foose Speed Chrome wheels with a staggered size for a more aggressive forward-leaning stance.Open the door, and this is like no Mustang you've seen before. When you sit in the Procar Rally Series bucket seat, there's a feeling like you're about to pilot a rocket ship. It starts with the Grant Club Sport three-spoke steering wheel. Beyond that is complete set of AutoMeter Cobalt gauges, including supercharger readouts on the A-pillar. You even get a Hurst shifter to rest your hand. But just because this is an all-out driver's machine, doesn't mean you miss out on the creature comforts. This has plenty of premium features, including power windows, power locks, keyless entry, cup holders, cruise control, power steering, and ice-cold air conditioning. In fact, the only thing this car doesn't have is a back seat. Yes, in true original Cobra competition style, the rear bench been removed to save weight. We know you already spotted the Pioneer AM/FM/XM/CD/DVD stereo with touchscreen interface and an auxiliary input for your iPod. But as much as this is set up for excellent tunes, your favorite soundtrack will undoubtedly the one that's created under the hood.The 32-valve 4.6-liter supercharged V8 in the engine bay looks like it has belonged there since day one, but you already know that's not true. This custom build has the heart of a 2003 Mustang Cobra. These are terrific engines right out of the factory with forged pistons, Manley connecting rods, and an Eton M112 supercharger. It makes a mighty roar out of the Magnaflow dual exhaust. And you can back up all this sound thanks to the beefy Ford Tremec T-56 six-speed manual with Ford Racing clutch that sends the power to a Steeda performance rear differential. But more than just getting all that horsepower to the ground, this Mustang was specially built for sticking to the road, too. Up front you have new adjustable sports suspension that's fortified with tubular arms and welded subframe connectors. Out back is a fully independent rear suspension. Yes, you read that right! It's the capable 2003 Cobra rear end that also includes QA1 eight-way adjustable coilovers. Finishing off this superior handling package are four-wheel disc brakes that are connected to grippy and expensive Federal Super Steel 595 tires.This custom build took over six years to complete, so you know there's plenty more features we just didn't have room to mention. But give us a call today, and we'll run through all the upgrades that make this Mustang the best you could ever want for far less than you'd ever expect to pay.