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1985 10.0 Index Mustang For Sale (Complete or Roller)

I am putting my 10.0 index car up for sale in various stages. The motor is hurt (not sure of extent). I will start the bad (or unknown). While pulling into my trailer I thought I heard a slight knock, looked down and saw the oil pressure had dropped. I am unsure of the damage. We just had our first baby and I cannot afford the car any longer. I am willing to sell it as is, as a true roller, or with everything but the motor. I do not have any pics of the car right now. I am probably the most computer illiterate person you will ever meet.

The car is a 1985 Ford Mustang convertible. It is silver with a black top (brand new). It has brand new Kirkey racing seats with black covers. It weighs 3180 with the big block. Consistent 9.8-9.90 all motor car. Best 60 ft 1.33. This car will dead hook on any track surface!


Mini tubbed
10 pt cage
ladder bars
Rear coil overs
Front Eibach drag springs
Lakewood 90/10’s
Weld Draglites – 28x10.5w slick (also have 325 drag radial)


Magnafuel 500 pump and filter
Magnafuel regulator and high speed bypass
Glenn’s performance sumped fuel tank
10AN braided line
Quick Fuel 950 pro series 4150 carb


MSD 6al
MSD two step
MSD adjustable timing computer
MSD wires
MSD pro billet distributor


33 spline Strange axles
Strange Spool
Strange C clip eliminators
4.10 gears

Transmission: (approximately 50 passes)

C-6 with JPT transbrake
Precision Industries 4,200 9.5 converter
Hurst quarter stick shifter
Jegs adjustable transbrake button


521 BBF
All FORGED Eagle rotating assembly
D0VE block, screw in freeze plugs
Canton oil pan
Diamond pistons (10:1)
Kaase P-51 heads (upgraded valve springs, valve seats, 3 angle valve job)
Smith Brothers pushrods
Comp Cams 1.73 roller rockers
Ported Edelbrock Victor Intake (Dominator Flange)
Solid roller cam
Motorsport valve covers


3 ½ inch Flowmaster exhaust
Hooker Headers
Strange Manual brakes
Lincoln front calipers and rotors
Optima Red Battery
Dual electric fans

Option 1: Roller – No motor, trans, exhaust, fuel , or ignition. ($8,000)

Option 2: Complete minus engine ($9,500)

Option 3: Take the car as is. Obviously, the motor will have to be gone through. However, I am very confident that the damage is not that bad. There are a lot of great parts in this engine. ($13,000)

I have close to $30,000 invested in this car. I realize that it is hurt and that is going to lower its value. Please do not insult me with low ball offers. At these prices, someone will get a very nice race car at a great price.

Scott Dalrymple – 267-994-1227 located outside of Philadelphia, PA
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Good luck selling the car is this the same car you had at the NSCA Thompson,Ohio race years ago.I talked to you and your parents and fiancee? at the time,tell your dad that was a nice write up in the new Race Pages on his car.Also congrats to you and the wife on the new baby,Later Mark.
Yes. It is the same car. However, most of the work noted above has been done in the past two years. I think it was a 11.50 car back then. I will post pics as soon as I figure out how.
Nice wheels up launches,good luck selling it.

Later Mark.
Motor and trans sold. New price on roller - 7,000 obo.

Fuel system is Product Engineering - not Magnafuel. Thanks.


Located outside of Philadelphia, PA
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