1994 Taurus SHO

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  1. shobhakti

    shobhakti Member

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    Ive got the last of our SHO's for sale. It is a fair condition 94' stripper. The car has 250K. trans shifts strong and positive in each gear. it is absolutely rust free in ever corner. The transmission was changed out for a 93' with 120K mile about 40K mile ago. Engine has a bad valve guide, sounds like hell im told. Im deaf so it made no never mind to me. The engine was always strong. I have a complete 3.2 and and extra set of 3.2 heads. Plus way to many parts to list. there are also 5sp pasts like a shifter and Finadza flywheel with very low miles. Itb will take a pick up truck to move all the parts. 5sp trans in average condition and a low mile rebuilt auto with a cracked case from a 95' wreck.

    the 94' has up grader front brakes, I have new springs for the rear. Aluminum subframe bushings, we have some low mile used KYB's for the front.

    It has been a very reliable car that is in need of refurbishing. it is a very solid platform to build from. I have an add on Crag's list, so you can see pictures there. It is in the Gainesville, Florida section.
     
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    Post approved! Good luck on your sale!
     
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  3. shobhakti

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    I have an extra set of wheels too, that need refinishing. they were painted dark gray. plus there is one that had been chromed. the chrome is peeling. I have 2 boxes of every nut and bolt the car could ever use in 10 life times, lol about 50/60 lbs. so many miscellaneous parts, I cant think of them all. like i say up top, you will need a long bed pick-up to haul it off.

    just started it up yesterday after sitting for 4 months. Click, click boom, right on the money first attempt, started right up. it was a daily driver up till January. drove it a bit around the neighborhood. drives like a champ, shifts like a bear, stops on a rime, sounds like shit, lol.. so Im told, deaf guy, made no difference to me how it sounded, as long as it drove correctly.
     
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    I forgot to mention there are about 100 shims(full range of sizes) and the three tools needed for the valve adjustment.....
     
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    The price is $1100. i would post pictures, but i do not know how.
     
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    Upload the picture to imgur.com. Then right-click on the picture, and select "copy image location" (it's there in Firefox). Then in the shoforum.com toolbar above the edit area, pick the icon that looks like mountains. Paste the image link.

    You can also use camera icon (media gallery embed), and add media, which will appear as thumbnails instead of full pictures in the post.

    I would have put some pictures here for you, but it looks like your Craigslist ad expired. Instead, have a random picture, a SHO prototype in 1986:
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    thank you very much NoSlo. will try this when i get home tonight.
     
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    Like I would also suggest for another stubborn car ad here sold with parts, sell some parts separately.

    Separating shim tools and useful shim kit should let you knock $100 at least off the car. I sold one I put together for nearly $200 on eBay, but now who knows - SHO parts (like EATC upgrade that used to be $100+) are your choice of either super cheap or super rare.
     
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    I am looking for front and rear upper struts for my 93 SHO ATX
     
  10. shobhakti

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    Im not sure what an upper strut is
     

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