88 Mustang GT TTOPS - 347 CHP w/ 2.2 Kenne Bell-90% completed project-SOLD Available for sale is my 88 Mustang GT with T-TOPS (estimated 500 made +/-) LOADED with mods: 347 CHP stroker-AFR heads..studded. forged internals, custom cam,ford racing 1.6 rockers, canton pan kenne bell 2.2 blower with flowzilla elbow -all polished 14psi pulley- (5k miles on both) 90mm Accufab polished TB Anderson Power Pipe Polished/smoothed valve covers Custom fuel rails Snow methanol injection Aeromotive sumped tank + standalone system/braided lines/fuel pump controller Siemens 60# injectors SCT base tune chip on A9L ECM SCT big mouth MAF Fluidyne 3 core alum radiator w/ flex-a-lite fan 5-Speed rebuilt trans Ford Racing king cobra clutch- bbk adjustable cable bbk headers,bbk hpipe,mac cat back Maximum Motorsports 6 pt cage Kenny Brown subframes- welded GMS 4 link rear susp 3.73 rear end disc- Yukon hardened axles exterior/interior fresh paint job- extensive-very straight panels - black with blue pearl metallic flake- any panels with any surface rust were replaced with premium original panels - smoothed/shaved engine bay Paint job alone was $5000 5 Lug conversion-UPR tubular front end/coilovers KYB adjustables front and rear 2004 cobra chrome wheels- Nitto 245 front, 255 Drag Radials rear Cobra brake kit - front and rear Cervinis Cobra rear bumper Cervinis saleen rockers Cervinis Stalker front end This has been my project for several years, I have had a few engine combos already (powerdyne and vortech blowers) and has had been off the road these past few years working on this final setup. I have since bought a house and still have not gotten a chance to complete the car. If I had the free time, I would estimate it would take a few weeks of wrenching after work to get it to the point of running/driving. Will need to have the SCT tune tweaked by a tuner to get optimum performance. I have all of the parts to complete, just no time. Remaining projects include: installing radiator, wiring fan, running braided fuel lines (pre made), installing master cylinder,bleeding brakes, running cooling lines,finish wiring gauges , dial in suspension/alignment. It kills me to come to the realization its time to sell, but life happens and Id much rather have someone enjoy this rather it sit in the garage. I have most reciepts including the CHP motor which was $6500 when new. If I completed the work myself, I would see no problem getting well over $10,000 for this beast. That is why Im looking for best reasonable offer under $10,000 - serious interest only, I dont need to sell it , but I will for the right price. Cash talks.