I will pay you $1,000, no joke!


V6 Expert
If you can find me someone to buy this car for $10,000 I will pay you $1,000.

1998 Mustang Turbo - Fast Fun Unique
50,000 miles. new engine, trans, turbo.

This V6 Mustang falls into a class of its own. While still a 3.8l V6, it makes more power than most GTs and Cobras on the street. This car is a lot of fun to drive the sound can be explained by nothing less than a jet engine on take-off. The car is very streetable but will break the tires loose at 60+mph on the lowest boost setting (12psi).

The engine is pretty fresh with less than 2,000 miles on it. It’s a 1995 block bored .020” and fitted with a factory crank, Eagle I-beam forged connecting rods and Wiseco forged pistons. Added strength comes from a Morana main stud girdle. Crower cam (220/228, .521/.521, 114). The heads are ported by Super Six Motorsports and fitted with 1.86” intake and 1.56” exhaust valves. The valvetrain is a brand new setup from CompCams with 1.7 adjustable rockers, guide plates and hardened pushrods. The engine it topped off with a ported lower intake, a custom sheetmetal upper intake and a 68mm throttle body.

At the center of the custom turbo setup is a Garrett GT40. Other components include a Tial 38mm wastegate, HKS type 2 race blow off valve, stainless steel headers, Bassani stainless dual exhaust system and a massive front mount air-to-air intercooler. The boost can be adjusted in-car by a Greddy Profec B Spec II boost controller. The turbo setup has less than 1,000 miles on it.

On the fuel and tuning side of things… The engine is fed by a dual pump setup consisting of a 255lph pump in-tank and a 190plh pump in-line. At the other end of the line an adjustable fuel pressure regulator and 60# injectors. The car uses a 2” ProM Univer air meter and is tuned by Velocity Mustang Performance in Florida. Future tuning and data logging can be done remotely with an SCT Xcal 2 custom tuner, wideband oxygen sensor and data logging software that I will provide.

The drivetrain is built up with a G-Force T-5 manual race transmission, Steeda Tri-ax shifter, Mcleod race clutch, lightweight aluminum flywheel, aluminum driveshaft and an 8.8” rear with 3.73 gears, heavy duty differential, Moser 31 spline hardened axles and support cover/girdle.

The suspension is a street/strip mix. QA1 tubular k-member, tubular a-arms, adjustable coil-overs and adjustable caster/camber plates up front. Eibach springs, Bilstein shocks and BBK control arms in the rear.

I could list off modifications all day but I just don’t have the room here. Email me at [email protected] for a complete modification list.

For a bit of history… I have owned the car nearly 8 years and done all the work on it myself. It has been a race and show winner up and down the east coast. In 2002 the car was featured in both “Muscle Mustangs & Fast Fords” and “5.0 Magazine”. Various other magazine appearances include a multi-page spread for “Muscle Mustangs & Fast Ford’s Sport Compact Slaughter” event in Englishtown, NJ. For the majority of the time I owned the car I had a Vortech supercharger on it which made 404rwhp and 408rwtq on 20 pounds of boost. It also ran 12.6 @ 114 on radials in the ¼ mile. The car makes the same power now with the turbo setup and only 12 pounds of boost. I have never taken it to the track with the new setup. While tuned for 12psi w/ regular gas the setup is capable of 25psi with future tuning. This car has a lot left in it but while other hobbies have replaced my love for modding cars I just don’t have time for it anymore.

The car is tagged, registered and insured in Maryland. The car has never failed an emissions test but is usually passed with a ride-height waiver. The only thing I can see bothering anyone is the fact that the stereo, heat and AC have been removed.

With purchase I will include previously removed parts including but not limited to back seat, all factory seat belts, stock tail lights, saleen double wing, spare & jack and all parts needed to put heat back in the car.

If you have any questions please email me at [email protected]

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V6 Expert
I'd imagine this would fail MD state inspection?

To pass md...
-new turnsignal bulbs
-possibly swap factory seatbelts back in
-possibly add horn

Minor stuff like that... Emissions it would never pass but I always get the vehicle height waiver.