1988 Ford Mustang lx. Built 408w, full roller. The short block was purchased from AD performance (mustang specialty engines), the rest was assembled by an employee of a local speed shop on his free time. Scat crank and rods, probe wrist pins and pistons, Hastings rings, clevite bearings. (There is a picture of the build sheet). Pro fuel systems carb (there is picture of that build sheet also), single plane intake, aluminum heads,Comp cams solid roller cam, double roller chain, Comp cams gold roller rockers, girdles, hardened push rods, roller lifters, mac long tube headers, Moroso oil pan, msd ignition, auto meter gauges, 5 lug conversion, 8.8 rear end  with Ford racing axles, 373 gears, rear end girdle, electric fuel pump, aluminum radiator, electric fan, Saleen wheels (I believe they are made of magnesium), cervini lift off cowl hood. 5 speed transmission with short throw shifter.  Bolt in harness bar with 5 point wrap around harnesses. no power steering (still has original rack), wipers don’t work, e brake cables need to be installed (included with car), speedometer cable needs to be linked to tranny, original dash gauges do not light up, rear end could use a new gasket (very very tiny leak) push button start linked to ignition. Car is still titled as a 4 cyl. I have receipts for almost everything. (see picture) I have a lot of cash wrapped up into the motor. Quality parts assembled by AD performance, and a certified technician that works on hot rods and racecars daily.  I am a truck driver and have no time to enjoy or tinker with the car. There is no way possible that the motor has more than 1000 miles on it. Never raced. Runs great, fires right up. (With street tires it will blow the tires off punching it in third gear, that’s why the Hoosiers are on it)

Tonawanda, New York, United States