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i have a 93 roller coupe that is mini tubed,has a 10 point mild steel cage,it has 1 race seat, the bulk head is done just needs sealed up. it has a b&m pro bandit shifter in it for a glide with a eletric piece that shifts the tranny that works off a 7AL3.i have upr k member with 110 springs. i have AQ 1double adj rear shocks. it has a 9in from autoweld that is 6 in shorter than a stock 8.8. it has willwood rear brakes and aerospace front brakes. it has a roll contral, anti roll bar,the 9 inch is back braced and powered coated black has 5/8 rear wheel studs. it has the big input shaft 35 spline and 40 spline axles. it has a flaming river manual ster rack. has a 10 gallon fuel cell and a A 1000 fuel pump and a Aeromotive 13202 reg. it has a Aluminum rad and a eletric fan. has a Optima Battery. the car has wheelie bars, chute mount. has a pull on/off switch. has billet spec rims 15x3.5 and 15x10s in the back. has a new 7AL3 box mount to the cage needs wired up. the car has a 5.5 hood on it. has a new fuel pressure gause and oil pressure. has a skinny kid wing on it.the rear contal arms are doulble adj and has 5/8 bolts holding them on tot the car and rear end. i have the title. the rear end has a pro geasr 4:11, spool i just spent over 5000.00 on the rear end. it does need a front bumper cover the car is 8000.00. i have a few sbf parts that come with the car solid motor mounts,race crank pulleys if some wants the car i will take payments and me keep the car till its paid off.







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some one needs this

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sorry no trades on parts
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93 mustang roller

could you send me a pm on the payments arrangements you could work with. if we get close, I would like to talk with you on the phone about this car. my 08 hemi's about paid for, so I could swap the payments over to your mustang

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Question on the cage

With a mild steel cage what is the quickest it can be certified for? That would influence my decision of whether to buy or not buy.

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Having seen the car it is what the seller is posting, I bought some BB stuff from him


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With a mild steel cage what is the quickest it can be certified for? That would influence my decision of whether to buy or not buy.

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I believe either 7.50 or 6.99. I forget but Chris Alston has a list of different chassis and what they certify to so if you wanted to look at his sight that would tell you.

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it was good to a 7.50 but they changed the rules and the way it is now it will pass for a 8.50 1/4. i was told u can go faster with ms but u have to add some more points.
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