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This car has tons of brand new parts and
countless custom touches. There are several hundred hours in this car. To have this built you would spend well over
the asking price at any shop and would probably wait a year or more for it to be completed.
Fox body Coyote swaps are as rare as they are costly to do. It is even rarer to find one for sale. Most are just
dropped into a stock engine bay with manual steering. manual brakes and no AC and are not a full build. Even so
they usually command a hefty price when sold later. I have never seen one for sale as it is being completed.
Every one has been raced/driven by the original builder/shop and sold some time later. This is for sale when it is
completed. No guessing how it has been driven.
This car is garaged and covered and will only test driven as part of the build/ tuning process to check everything
functions properly. It will then be dyno’d so there is no mystery on how much power the car makes. It will not be
driven after completed and will remain garaged until driven by its new owner.
This build began with a 1991 Ford Mustang GT Hatchback bought from a shop in California. They had completely
stripped the car, smoothed the engine bay, deleted and smoothed the antenna and did any required body work. They
then painted it Dodge PS2 silver and even painted it black underneath. It had a lot of parts I wanted so I bought
it. The car was so nice I decided to build it and sell it complete instead of just selling the roller. Modifying
fox bodies for myself has been my hobby since 1993. I normally don't sell my cars but with six I have too many