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Sniperfox
01-11-2009, 11:26 PM
Due to my arthritis, I find it very difficult to push the clutch anymore so I am forced to sell it. Always garaged, never raced and always babied since it was purchased new. Only driven in the rain once during Mustang Week 2005. 20K miles. It has factory chrome SVT Cobra wheels with low milage Goodyears. There is also a complete set of the grey SVT Cobra wheels with new Michelins on it that go with it also in my garage. The top is in excellant condition. The cobra has a set of Borla stingers installed and the original cat-back goes with it also. It has a K&N FIPK installed and also the original intake system boxed and goes with it. No other mods other than several chrome pieces installed under the hood. Car still has some of the full ESP warranty left on it. The car has always been covered or garaged. The seats are still beautiful. Not wrinkled as leather seats tend to do. Non smoking adult driver/owner that appreciates a car like this. Email greydog54@hotmail.com for any more info or pics. $25,000.00.
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cfradam
01-12-2009, 08:15 PM
great looking car. sorry to hear you have to sell. maybe if it doesnt go you could install an auto and keep it. good luck

Sniperfox
01-12-2009, 10:13 PM
I thought about that, but that's like a painting of the Mona Lisa on black velvet. It's just wrong. Besides, that would probably cost a mint.

puzzle13
01-14-2009, 09:01 AM
Get an aftermarket clutch that requires very little pressure!!

Sniperfox
01-14-2009, 02:40 PM
thanks, but I don't think that would help for very long. My S-10 pickup is going also for the same reason. I injured that ankle back in 1991 in a foot pursuit with a wanted person and I was on crutches for several weeks. It has always gave me problems and is getting worse as time goes by.