2006 Mustang GT Premium

Discussion in 'S197 Mustangs For Sale' started by Phil1098, Aug 10, 2019.

  1. Phil1098

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    I'm selling my 06 GT that I've owned for over five years. It has been garage kept in a heated space and hasn't even been in the rain in the 5+ years I've owned it. The original owner ordered the car and drove it 2,900 miles from 06 until 14 when I bought it. He was elderly and passed away and his wife traded the car back to the selling dealership. It was 100% stock when I bought it. I wanted to go the NA route, and have put a little over $8,000 into it. I am including absolutely all stock original parts. The car currently has 9,827 miles and shows as brand new with no visible wear on anything. I have the original books, window sticker, and both sets of keys and fobs. I am asking $16,000 for it. I probably should just take it back to stock, but I am too tired to do all the work. Here is a list of all the parts I have put on it. There are a bunch more photos on this link. 2006 MUSTANG PICS

    I am 59 years old and I have owned this car longer than any car in my life. It needs absolutely nothing, everything is dry with no leaks, A/C blows cold, no lights on, nothing to report. No paint work or damage ever, all original body work. It uses no oil and it has only had Motorcraft filters and oil since new.

    Updates include new style OEM sway bar end links (no clunks), new updated fuel pump, updated spindle bolts, updated VCT solinoids. I only lowered the rear 1" because I wante to level the car. I didn't want to change the factory front end alignment so nothing there has been touched.

    The tune was done by Lito and I did all the data logging he requested, it couldn't run any better.

    FRPP cold air intake $350.00
    JLT Oil separator $120.00
    FRPP valve covers $325.00
    Updated Ford VCT solinoids $120.00
    Intake manifold $100.00
    Charge motion delete plates $100.00
    FRPP Cams $725.00
    Kooks long tube headers $1,500.00
    FRPP FR500 Mufflers $550.00
    Steeda underdrive pulleys $250.00
    Eibach sway bar kit $500.00
    MGW shifter $350.00
    Koni STR rear shocks $120.00
    FRPP 1 piece aluminum driveshaft $620.00
    Roush 1" lowering rear springs $130.00
    FRPP bump stops $30.00
    Whiteline adjustable panhard bar $125.00
    Whiteline control arms $140.00
    J&M relocate mounts $150.00
    Continental Sport Contact tires $700.00
    Granatelli frame brace $100.00
    Updated Ford OEM Fuel pump $150.00
    Updated Ford spindle bolts $50.00
    OEM Ford Bullitt knob and boot $200.00
    FRPP chassis brace $55.00
    SCT Tuner $380.00
    Chin spoiler $325.00
    Total of parts added $8,265.00
    Identifier.jpg DRIVE2.jpg DRIVE1.jpg FRONT1.jpg PASSINT.jpg DRIVERDOOR.jpg PASSDOOR.jpg Shifter.jpg MOTOR2.jpg Right side motor.jpg
     
    Last edited: Aug 10, 2019
  2. amc390

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    Nice car, where are you located?
     
  3. Phil1098

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    Central Illinois, between Peoria and Bloomington
     
  4. Anti

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    Beautiful specimen. I hope you get every penny. I'll keep my eye out on parts if you ever bring it back to stock.
     
  5. Phil1098

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    Thanks, I hope so. My thoughts on pricing is it's a 9,800 mile garage kept car that still smells new inside with no wear or corrosion. All the bolt on parts are basically brand new, with at worst a few thousand miles on them. If I only get 50 cents on the dollar for them, that means someone is looking at a 9,800 mile basically new car for $12k.