View Full Version : PHR Street Fighter for sale...again

05-12-2011, 08:03 AM
Well i bought the car about a month ago to have a fun street car and track car. That has changed, i had the chance to buy back a Porsche track car i sold a few years back (RSR clone) and i could not pass it up. So now i have no need for the Mustang( sorry Liz) I will just copy what Liz had written on the car. I added the front spoiler and picked up a few things, ie, Shelby side mirror still in box, New door handles, window cranks ect.. ITS BEST TO EMAIL ME AT: vdavie@accountingnetwork.com


See all of the stories published so far (still more to come)
http://www.milesspeed.com/fab/mustang.htm (http://www.milesspeed.com/fab/mustang.htm)

565 horsepower at 5,600rpm
564 ft-lbs torque at 4,600rpm

Type: 427-ci Windsor
Block: Dart iron, splayed 4-bolt main caps
Oiling: 7-quart Canton oil pan
Rotating assembly: polished and chamfered 4340 forged steel crank, 6.2-inch forged H-beam rods, high silicon forged aluminum pistons
Cylinder heads: Smeding designed AFR aluminum, CNC machined 205cc intake runners, 60cc chambers
Camshaft: hydraulic roller, .544/.573-inch lift, 238/248-degrees duration at .050-inch lift, 110 lobe center
Valvetrain: Scorpion 1.6:1 rockers, 2.08/1.60-inch valves
Induction: Edelblock Victor Jr. intake, 850-cfm Mighty Demon with annular boosters
Ignition: Smedding branded MSD Super Conductor wires and looms, Pertronix ready-to-run distributor
Cooling: Be Cool radiator with dual Spal fans
Fuel system: Rick’s Hot Rods fabricated stainless steel tank, AC Delco electric in-tank pump, Earl’s Pro-Lite hose and Ano-Tuff fittings, Aeromotive fuel pressure regulator
Exhaust: Doug’s mid-length headers, 2.5-inch tubing, Flowmaster Super 44 mufflers
Fasteners: ARP

Transmission/shifter: Keisler T45RS 5-speed manual, hydraulic throughout bearing, Competition Specialties Stage 4 clutch, Keisler shifter lever
Driveshaft: Steel custom length from Keisler
Rear axle: Chassisworks Fab9 housing with Currie 3rd member, 3.25 gears, Detroit TrueTrac, 31-spline axles

Front suspension: Total Control Products tubular upper and lower control arms, VariShock coilovers, power rack, 1 3/4-inch sway bar, big bearing spindles
Rear suspension: Total Control Products G Bar canted 4-bar, VariShock coilovers, ¾-inch sway bar
Brakes: Wilwood 13-inch rotors, 6- and 4-piston calipers, stainless braided lines, Wilwood dual reservoir master cylinder

Seats: Corbeau Forza seats and belts
Dashboard: JME machined aluminum gauge pod and gauges
Wiring: American Autowire Classic Update kit
Column: Flaming River stainless tilt column, Grant wheel

Body: Fiberglass hood from NPD, body work performed at JCG Restorations, Oxnard, CA
Paint: Summit Racing single stage Bright Orange Metallic and Medium Charcol Gray Metallic with lime green pinstripe

Wheels: Vintage Wheel Works V60, 17X8
Tires: BFG R1, 245/40R17

05-12-2011, 11:21 PM
Hey Vince, so what's the price?:smoke:

05-13-2011, 01:16 AM
Oh, sorry about that. Not trying to make money just want what i have into it 24k


05-14-2011, 07:19 PM
24 k is a cheap price.
Good luck with the sale.

05-15-2011, 02:58 PM
It really is if you look at the sum of the parts that are on this car. Hell, i could prob. part it out and get my money back, not that i would.


09-22-2011, 03:30 PM
Did this thing ever get sold, or do you still have it?