Tuesday, January 19, 2016

Auction Watch: 1993 Ford Mustang Coyote Swap

This is a 1993 Ford Mustang Notchback CHP SSP with a Coyote V8 swap offered here on eBay bidding for $6,710, with auction ending on Saturday, located in Los Angeles, CA.

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  1. "this car seen the track ONCE, best time in 1/8 mile 7.60's consistent"

    How does someone get consistent times if they drive it only once at the track?

    1. Went to the track once, furiously ran passes all day long, now I am unloading this thing.....

  2. Street Outlaw 1/8 mile? Run till you hear the sirens, watch out for the cow...

  3. If you put a coyote in with a mustang, won't there be a fight?

    Anyway, I suspect this Mustang was rode hard and put away wet. I hope the hood was required for clearance. I'll wait for a clean stock LX Fastback 5.0.

  4. Okay...Flaming River rack means manual steering conversion, it's still got the four-link rear (serious Fox reworking means a three-link-and-Watts/Panhard or a torque arm) even with the MM arms.

    I don't really know anything about the AJE crossmember and arms, they look a lot like Griggs/MM but I have no experience with them.

    You need that hood for a 351W wearing a chefs-hat EFI intake but it looks a bit excessive for that combo.

    1. And why on Earth would you build something like this and leave the battery under the hood?


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