i just bought it on the jan 27th. it's a 1979 ford mustang GT. auto(for now), 302(not sure if it's the original or not, hell i'm not evan sure it's a 302 right now), the motor has a weiand intake manifold with a 650 4bbl(came with it), it appears to have the stock 7.5 rear end in it. if you haven't noticed by now it has a capri front end on it(done by the prior owner). overal for $400 i got a really REALLY good car. runs and drives. it's in REAL good condition for a 79 GT. usally they're all rusted to hell and back. and evan better is the rear spring are not that bad compared to most GT's. usally they need to be replaced. over the years stress of hotrodding, and street racing causes the rear springs to warp and loose holding power and start to make the back end sag like it has lowering springs. it's very bad for tracion. my 84 svo had that problem BIG time, but sadly for that car nobody makes the correct spring for it anymore. i found a pretty good car to start with.