2006 Mustang GT built by Livernois MS

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    Default 2006 Mustang GT built by Livernois MS

    Life has me moving on and other projects now take priority leaving me with little time to play like before. There are not many cars on the road that you can't annihilate with over 600 rwhp and still cruise the drive ins with you’re a/c blasting. I've come to a point where I am willing to part with my car that has been a growing project over the last 3 years. I have invested a lot of sweat, time and money which someone else can now enjoy. The car started as a GT Premium package with black on black leather and My Color dash option. It now has the following:

    Engine:
    Livernois built 298 with Kellogg crank, Diamond ceramic coated pistons, Manley rods all held together with ARP hardware
    Livernois crank scrapper
    FRPP oil pump
    Afco dual core radiator
    Livernois Stage III heads
    Comp Cams 127300
    Livernois limiters
    Black powder coated valve covers and front cover
    Prothane engine mounts
    SCT handheld tuner
    Steeda tensioner

    Induction:
    Whipple 2.3L supercharger
    Steeda 10 rib pulley kit
    Afco dual core dual pass heat exchanger
    JLT carbon fiber intake tube
    FRPP 62 mm twin bore throttle body
    Diablo MaFia

    Exhaust:
    Kooks headers with header wrap
    Kooks catted X pype
    Corsa mufflers

    Suspension:
    Eibach lowering springs, shocks, struts, sway bars and billet end links
    Che K-member brace and torque limiters
    Steeda adjustable upper and lower control arms
    Steeda X5 ball joints
    Steeda bump steer kit
    BMR relocation brackets
    BMR adjustable panhard bar and brace
    Goodmark stainless steel braided brake lines
    Shelby Redline wheels. Rears have been custom widened to accommodate 305 mm Nitto 555R's and an additional set of rear wheels with BFG KDW IIs.


    Transmission:
    Factory TR-3650 with MGW shifter
    Ram HD clutch
    PRW billet steel flywheel
    FRPP stainless steel braided clutch line
    Dynotech prototype driveshaft
    BMR driveshaft safety loop

    Fuel:
    GT500 fuel system with 72 lb/hr injectors

    Appearance:
    Steeda cowl induction hood
    GT500 rear spoiler
    Tinted windows

    http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=_gasLAAqwWE&feature=related

    This car was built and tuned by Livernois Motorsports. It makes over 600rwhp and is guaranteed to put a smile on your face every time!
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    Price and miles ??

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    Quote Originally Posted by jamie08 View Post
    Price and miles ??
    Im asking 47K leaving a little wiggle room. The car has a little over 37K miles with only about 7k on the new engine...it now sits more than it goes.

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    Not trying to hate but with the way the market is...you will be lucky to get low 20's :(

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    Quote Originally Posted by antiheightpunk View Post
    Not trying to hate but with the way the market is...you will be lucky to get low 20's :(
    Unfortunately I am painfully aware the market isn't moving in the right direction...I just got off the phone with a coworker who wanted to disucss our employers version of a 401k after this last week on the stock market.

    The way I view it is if someone wants to pay low 20's they can purchase a used GT, build their own, deal with all the down time, headaches, etc. and still be out more money than what I am asking and possibly not have the same performance. On the other hand, they can bite the proverbial bullet and walk away with the keys and title to a turn key car with better than OEM street manners that you can cruise up to the corner store with the a/c and stereo cranking to get coffee in the morning and then rip off 10 sec track times that evening while still hit some twisties on the drive home.

    I still have a handful of parts...an extra set of rear wheels and tires, Fluidyne heat exchanger, Fore fuel rails, hat, triple Walbros, lines, fittings, etc. All just sitting in boxes that could get tossed in for the right consideration. Or I just might install them this winter and keep the car. There is no pressure to sell so if I don't get the right numbers it stays in my garage and under goes more "surgery"!

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    You most definitely never get close to getting back what you put in. Beautiful car and GLWS!

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    Quote Originally Posted by faztcobra View Post
    You most definitely never get close to getting back what you put in. Beautiful car and GLWS!
    Trust me...I have a folder full of receipts that serves as a painful reminder. Thanks. I've got my fingers crossed.

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    If this was $20k cheaper I'd consider it lol that's modded C6 Z06/Viper range

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    Quote Originally Posted by what'snext View Post
    If this was $20k cheaper I'd consider it lol that's modded C6 Z06/Viper range
    True its not cheap but it hangs with if not beats the other two mentioned...last Viper owner was rather embarrassed.

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    if you are spanking vipers and **** how have you not destroyed that tranny

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    Quote Originally Posted by antiheightpunk View Post
    if you are spanking vipers and **** how have you not destroyed that tranny
    No one ever said spanking. Im not that nieve or out of touch with reality. This particular Viper was out on I-696 heading towards the Woodward Dream Cruise when he "expressed" his desire to play...and we all know dead hooks are what really kill drivetrain parts.

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