Chances are you''ve seen cars like this 1992 Ford Mustang GT lighting up the tires and ripping it down the track at your local drag strip. If you get your thrills a quarter mile at a time, then this Mustang is probably the right car for you. It''s a ground-up build that has seen no expense spared. Let''s start with that near flawless body. During the build, it was all stripped and blasted to bare metal to create the perfect surface to spray a vivid finish of Victory Red PPG paint. As the car came back together, it received a 5'''' cowl hood to make clearance for what lays beneath. Providing some high speed stability is an aluminum S.O.S. Outlaw wing out back. New headlights and corner lamps were installed and look crystal clear. There is a factory sunroof up top, and finishing up the dragster look is 15'''' aluminum Weld Star wheels. Overall it''s a very straight and clean body. Have a look inside and you''ll confirm that this car means business. The black, factory bucket seats remain in place, but the rear seat has been removed to save weight and make space for the 8 point roll bar. Mounted behind that roll bar is a pre-installed mount for a nitrous bottle should you choose to add one, and a Red Top Optima battery has been relocated to the rear to distribute some weight. And yes, the motor has been pre-plumbed for nitrous with a purge release routed to the cowl. A 4-point Simpson racing harness keeps the driver and passenger safely contained in the vehicle, while the center console houses the ratchet shifter for the automatic transmission. The black dash is clean and straight and houses only the necessities for getting down the strip. There is no air conditioning, no radio...there aren''t even windshield wipers. This car means business, so only Autometer Pro Comp tachometer, water temperature, and oil pressure gauges reside in the dash, along with pre-wired switches for the nitrous system. The Grant GT steering wheel even features a button for transbrake control. This where things get interesting. Powering this rocket is a Steve Schmidt built 331 cubic inch V8 that pushes out 470 horsepower. That small block was built with some of the best hardware including AFR 205 aluminum heads, ported Victor intake manifold, a forged Scat rotating assembly, and a custom grind Comp Cam. Feeding fuel and air is a Quick Fuel carburetor, while an MSD Pro Billet Distributer, MSD Digital 6A box, and MSD wires spark the mixture. Spent gasses are sent through Hooker headers and Flowmaster mufflers for a killer sound! Power from that engine is handled buy a Performance Automatic Super Competition C-4 transmission that is equipped with a TCI 8 inch torque converter and 5000 RPM stall. All of that torque spins an FMS aluminum driveshaft to an 8.8 inch rear end with 31 spline Moser axles and 4.30 gears. Chassis reinforcement comes from a tied sub-frame and reinforced battle boxes. Maintaining stability is an AJE tubular K-member with AJE tubular control arms and Lakewood struts up front. Steering come manually from a Flaming River quick ratio rack, while stopping power comes from drilled and slotted rotors on disc brakes up front and new drums and shoe out back. 10.5 inch Mickey Thompson ET street tires put the power to the ground. This car comes with a stack of receipts and with the sum of what they add up to, they nearly double our asking price. What we are asking is literally a fraction of what it would cost to build a car like this, even without going through a ground-up build. This 1992 Mustang GT is ready to hit the drag strip this This vehicle is located in our Charlotte showroom. For more information, please call (704) 598-2130 or toll free (866) 542-8392.