92" Mustang GT 10.0 index race car. Race ready, needs nothing. Well known car, was on Pinks, ran the index circuit from Atco, ETown, Cecil, Island and Maple Grove the last 10 years, won many races. 408 SBF stroker built by J&E out of South Jersey, recent full rebuild, about 20 runs on car, C4 Mightymite by Dynamic Racing Transmission out of Connecticut, maybe 10 runs.
Last run was in 2018, ran perfect 10.0 with a 1.355 60", slip to prove. Shifts at 6k RPM, limited effort to run 10.0. Car runs straight as an arrow. Naturally aspirated, no power adders. Runs C12. Dial in using weather meter and sandbag as needed. Recent street slicks, maybe 8 runs. Turn key 10.0 car, proven for many years. Best 60" was 1.320, very consistent car. Body has no issues whatsoever.
Three time slips are in the photo gallery. Two show how accurate the car can be, the other shows with no sand bags what the car is capable of. Best ET without weight is 9.892 @135MPH. I used to test without any weights to baseline car, just one run on track day to tune the car with no sandbags. Note, car is only 10.00 and up, no cage, net, etc. Harness good, recent brakes, new shifter, rear fluid, front tires, carb rebuild and various other items. Car was kept in top shape all the time. I believe car was a race car for about 10 years. I managed for 5 years. Made no big changes as nothing needed to improve. Only changes made were typical maintenance and driver comfort personal likes.
I was the crew chief on this car for 5 years with over 350 passes. Car is very easy to maintain. In the Spring adjust the valves, every 15 runs change the oil/filter, trans fluid every 35 runs. That"s it...! Check temp/humidity, sand bag as required, shoot and win! No need of massive burn out, car hooks hard, wheels up about 8 to 12 inches, shift at 6,000 RPM, runs straight as an arrow and she will run 10.0, very consistent. Use anywhere from 10lbs to 120lbs of weight, dependent on environment that day.
If you are looking to run 10.0 index, this is the car. Take to track day, run some test passes to get used to the car and you are good to go. Most index guys did not like to see this car on race day! Reserve is set a fair market value. Any questions, please do not hesitate to ask. Thanks for looking!