Sorry to say that I sold the car for $6k. I bought a 1991 Mustang GT for my new project since there isnt too much more that I can do to this one.
The first d... Show moreay that I bought it.
These are the things that I have done to keep the car at its best. Im a vehicle mechanic in the USAF and I am very picky when it comes to cars.
-Replaced front wheel hub/bearing assemblies
-Tranny filter and fluid change X2 (June 05 and May 06)
-Changed out power steering fluid
-Replace rear wheel cylinders and replaced front and rear brakes
-Replaced both tie rod ends
-Front end alignment after tie rod replacement
-New tires on stock rims
-Replaced the alternator with a brand new alternator, not a rebuilt one
-Timing belt and up to date tensioner
-Head gasket (MLS)
-A/C Compressor, Receiver dryer and expansion valve
-New Battery (JAN 07)
-Front brake pads (NOV 06)
-Oil changed atleast every 3 months with semi-synthetic oil
I have done everything to this car myself except for the front end alignment and the window tinting which was done in Las Vegas. (35% front and 5% rear)
-Lowered with Eibach lowering springs
-KYB GR2 struts all around
-Front and rear strut tower bars
-K&N air filter with chrome intake
-Polished intake manifold
-17 inch Eagle Alloys, the wheels arent in the best shape but the tires have plenty of tread left.
-10 inch Pioneer subs in bandpass box with Power Coustic Amp
-In dash DVD player with 7.2 inch flip down monitor
-Alarm with keyless entry and REMOTE START
This car averages about 19MPG in the city and 27MPG on the highway. Show Less