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Old February 12th, 2012, 07:08 PM
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Question 1984 Mustang GT ?'s

Hay guys,
I found a '84 GT up the road asking price of $3500
I ve been told to make sure I check out the 'torque boxes'
well what the heck is that?/
and do y'all have any other things I should know about on these GT's

here's the ad:

<<<1984 mustang GT, fresh 306 with ported heads, f Cam, under drive pullies, headers, Victor Jr intake, Holley Carb and braided lines. The rear end also has zero miles 8.8 with 410 gear and spool new bearings and brakes aluminum trick flow cover (new) and solid lower control arms, alum drive shaft, auto meter phantom teach and oil and water gauges, MSD Ing. box and coil and cap, new motor sports plug wires. Chrome radiator cover. Car is super nice for its age no rust, no dents or dings; stays in the garage.
Pretty much all OEM interior & exterior>>>

the reason I've been looking is to find a home for my 331 Stroker

any thoughts or tips would be appreciated,
Thanks
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That's a nice mustang! Torque Boxes increase the frame stability, like boxing a frame.
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http://www.dallasmustang.com/mustang...orque-Boxes/63
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Basically your checking for rusted out Torque Boxes.
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JS, sell a horse or two and just buy a 67 fastback!
sounds like a plan, but all the '67s go for $28K +++
and if I spend that much it will be for a '57 Belair ( which I'm looking for )


I just need something to play with that I would'nt cry over when I run off the road "getten sideways" & that '84 fills the bill

the Horse sell'en business has been very very slow since 2010


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the A Hole sold the s'tang without even calling me back

then the same happend with this one today at about 2pm

http://atlanta.craigslist.org/atl/cto/2848650295.html

he ended up selling it for $4500, DAMN WHAT A STEAL


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no Mustangs for me now
been looking at AC Cobras found a shop that builds them close by


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