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1985 Ford Mustang GT - Finders Keepers
After A Fruitless Search For The Right LX Coupe, Jarret Ralton Hit Pay Dirt When He Came Across This Tasty '85 GT.
I've owned this car for six years now and the odometer shows 58,000 miles on the clock. My '85 has brought me a few show trophies during the course of that time, but for me, one of the best aspects of owning this car is hanging out with people at shows, cruise nights and online, which makes this hobby most enjoyable. Along the way, I've made some good friends who share the same obsessive passion. With some late nights in my new garage and an understanding wife, I hope to take my "85 GT to take the next performance level. Long live the four-eyes!
Jarret Ralton's 1985 Mustang GT
Ford 5.0-liter V8
Ford Motorsport J302 cylinder heads; Ford Motorsport 1.6 roller rockers; Steeda #19 camshaft; Ford Racing aluminum intake manifold; Edelbrock 650 Thunder Series four-barrel carburetor; K&N air filter; A/C delete kit, MSD 6AL ignition control box, MSD Blaster 2 coil; JBA 1 3/4" shorty headers. UPR 2 1/2" X-type mid-pipe, Borla 2 1/2" mufflers and tips
Ford Racing 10.5" King Cobra clutch, pressure plate and aluminum flywheel; Hurst Competition short-throw shifter; UPR shift stem and Cobra knob 8.8" rear with Ford Racing 3.73 final drive
Subframe connectors;strut tower brace
Repainted in original shade of Medium Canyon Red Metallic, functional 1983 Mustang hoodscoop
Drilled aluminum foot pedals
Maximum Motorsports lower control arms; Koni Red adjustable front struts and rear shocks; Eibach Pro springs; 1989 Ford Mustang V8 10.84" front disc brakes and single piston calipers; rear disc brake conversion and bias valve
Wheels And Tires
Riken 16 x7" alloy wheels; Nitto 245/50/16 rear tires