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Discussion in '2015+ Mustang GT, EcoBoost, V6 Buy/Sell' started by Ricky218, Jun 4, 2016.
No longer for sale
Took some new Pics today..
posted the pics twice, sorry.
Bad ass car wish it were an auto...i factory ordered a 2017 gt prem. I plan on getting the same set as your car whipple s-550 except i wanted an auto with 3:55's and adam is already my tuner on my 2012 of which im selling..by the way what your boost and exact rwhp and torque so when i take my new car to adam i'll know what to shoot for...thanks...Glws...
Good God what a beautiful car! I'm seriously considering one of those 727 HP Mustangs advertised by Lebanon Ford in Ohio but after seeing your car I'm not so sure. Yeah, I want an automatic and would also like the adaptive cruise control but maybe I can live without that stuff.
Quick question: as close as the front tires are to the fenders, do they ever hit when cornering?
Thanks man, glad you like it! No, the wheels dont rub at all. I had a alignment done right after mounting the wheels. They dialed in my set up pretty spot on.
Also, I tried responding to your email but your account wont allow me to send a email or PM.
Did this car sell? Thing is beautiful and done right. Good luck selling it.
The car did not sell. Thanks! I'm glad you like it!
This is correct. The car did not sell. This, however, was due to the seller not honoring a price which was negotiated between the seller and the buyer, me. I made an offer to the seller which he agreed upon and accepted. I applied for a loan for the agreed upon price therefor running my credit and was approved. I sent the seller a picture of the check made out to him and he then proceeded to advise me that he cannot sell the car to me at our agreed upon price. I not only ran my credit which lowers my credit score but have two children who were set on a road trip to pick up their dream toy car.
I explained to this guy why I chose not to sell him the car. I apologized to him for backing out of the deal, originally I thought things would work out but when I looked at how much of a loss I would be taking on the car at our agreed price, I simply couldnt do it. There is know way I could let this car go in the 30k range for the amount of mods, options, and condition of the car.
$38,000 was the agreed upon amount.
Agreed, I'm not denying that. I explained to you yesterday why I couldnt take that much of a lost. I dont know what else you're looking for at this point?! I've apologized for not doing the deal but I'm not gonna take a loss just to make you happy!
Then why agree to it? Whatever happened to a man and his word?