Let me be perfectly clear. I did not build this car and do not know every little detail on it. I purchased it as part of a package deal with another Race Car and have no need for it.
This is a killer Pro Street or Race 1991 Ford Mustang Notchback. It is tubbed, caged, and is a monster. Absolutely zero rust anywhere. The car is very straight. Much of it is still the original and pretty rare Bimini Blue paint. There is a huge file of receipts, print outs, and hand written journals that come with the car. From what I have been able to figure out, it is a 421 cubic inch Ford Stroker motor based on a 351 Windsor block, ported cast iron heads, ported GT40 intake, 4340 forged crank, H-beam rods, custom forged pistons, Chrome Moly rings, roller rockers, head studs, Comp Cams roller cam, roller lifters, billet timing chain set, Fel-Pro gaskets. Mike's Transmission C-4 automatic, Moser 3.73 rearend set-up, QA1 coli overs, QA1 struts still new in the box, Hoosier 29.5/11.5-15 rear tires (dry cracked), front runners, Centerline wheels, race shifter, Autometer Monster tach, AUtometer gauges, full factory interior and dash, no back seat obviously, 5 point harnesses, power windows, fuel cell in the trunk, extra parts included.
Like I said. I didn't build it. I assume whoever buys it is probably going to want to put their own spin on it with their own drivetrain whether it be making it a Turbo, Supercharged, or a Nitrous car.
But you could not come close to building this car as a roller for this since even finding a decent Notchback to start with will set you back a good amount of money. This one runs hard as it sits. It's rare, it's clean, it's cool, and it's a deal.