Purchased back in 2015 largely for nostalgic reasons and almost immediately started obsessing over ensuring all maintenance was up-to-date (see below). Finally registered it last year, but then found a newer toy to play with, so this sits in storage. Car shows just under 80K on the odometer which I believe to be correct based on the Carfax from when I purchased it. Further evidence of this is the exceptionally minimal amount of rust on the exterior and underneath. I’m asking $4,000 and will include the original and extra parts I have for that price. Pictures can be found at https://photos.app.goo.gl/AtJq7DmwFdsgheKB9. Since I purchased the car/within the last 200 miles, the following has been done: Full 60K with new belts and cam sensor New ignition coil and wires New water pump, thermostat, all-aluminum radiator, and hoses with coolant system thoroughly flushed New cable shifter ends and fresh transmission fluid (added pipe plug per instructions on the forum) New O2 sensors New fuel filter Cleaned and re-oiled K&N air filter New hood support struts Front spindles from a ’94 with new hubs/bearings running calipers off a Mark VIII (i.e., 96+ upgrade) Brake calipers rebuilt and new pads, rotors, and rubber hoses all around plus new hard brake lines from proportioning valve to rear hoses New halfshafts, lower control arms, outer tie rod ends, and suspension bushings including alignment New 225/50R17 Michelin Pilot Sport AS/3 tires (on Borbet wheels) Seats replaced with ones from a later model (Gen 2?) which are 9.5/10 and carpet cleaned There are a few remaining issues: Slow transmission fluid leak at passenger side halfshaft (assumed to be transmission seal) One inner tie rod was said to have excessive play when aligned (have two new inners that will come with car) Exhaust is leaking with large hole in driver side muffler A/C is inoperable Passenger front door wiring harness severed at entry to vehicle (doors are not original per previous owner) and interior trim missing in that location Door cards were previously modified and have no speakers No radio or antenna (but has aftermarket rear deck speakers including crossovers with apparent second set of wiring and satellite antenna in dash) Parking brake doesn’t close switch to turn off dash light when disengaged Hood is missing two of the four bolts holding it to hinges Remaining underhood rubber hoses (vacuum mostly) should be replaced Rear bumper has a small crack Paint shows its age with a few touch-ups needed (but has been clay-barred, polished, and waxed so it looks decent from 10 feet) Other bits that will come with the car are: Ford shop manuals, various maintenance records, and some spare/takeoff parts including original spindles, brake calipers, and grille; door cards; some interior trim; and weatherstripping.