The car's a roller, as in you acquired it without the original drivetrain, and at 3500 miles? Or it's an unmolested 3500 mile car and you've pulled the drivetrain?
If the former, then go for it (so long as you don't have access to the original parts). If the latter, please, please reconsider. Lol.
This this this! Not to mention this car will go up in value and will be the next one to buy at auctions (predicted)I take it "just roller 3500 miles" was a typo then- vice, rolled*. I guess I should have picked up on that.
I don't consider myself a Mustang guy, per se. But yes, I do hate it. Why not gut and modify another fox? A mint '93 Cobra, as I'm sure you're aware, is a valuable car at 3500 miles. Well into the $20k's and only climbing. I don't so much mind the sacrilege aspect, I fail to understand the financial one.
I'm not one for messing with a sexy car. But I want to do it, plus I never really sell anything. Only if the money is great, but I just put them in my other shop and leave them there.This this this! Not to mention this car will go up in value and will be the next one to buy at auctions (predicted)
I would STRONGLY re consider.
Ford put the blower on a few 93 cobra with vortech for a low run. The only parts I have taken off it so after is the EGR and rear upper and lower control arms. I have all the stock parts I took off. I did replace the radio but I have the stock one still. Speakers I did throw away, but put in nice OEM replacement ones.My bad, just noticed the Purple Heart plates. I don't mind asking questions in here, but I can go to PM if you'd prefer to keep this thread clean. I'd like to know more about the car. When the Vortech, headers, etc went on, where the original parts all are, etc. If they aren't present, that changes the dynamic a bit.