Rare Gen 1-2 Performance and Stock Parts

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  1. zak

    zak SHO Member

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    Time to thin down the parts collection while I see if I can find a non-sunroof 94-95 to move things over to.

    Work and family take me as far south as Maryland, west to central PA and north to Maine-Vermont

    Otherwise these will ship from the UPS store in Manchester, CT 06042 , check weight and size of box below
    please go to UPS.com and determine how much shipping you will pay based on your zipcode, weight and box size. Prices below DO NOT include shipping.

    1.) Sunroof Sunshade in grey, from non-smoking, garage kept 1995 SHO, in very nice shape, this is the solid kind without the louvers (louvered ones get ugly after a bit). $100 plus actual shipping (finding one of these in mocha took my a year and cost far more than this).

    2.) Front Koni collection 89-95 and possibly newer - one insert brand new in Koni box, one in a housing with about 5 K miles, and a third in a housing with 100 K and countless autocross runs. $275 (SOLD SOLD) 28 lbs box 28 x 9 x 10 inch.

    3.) Stock 1995 MTX struts with 31 K miles. When I upgraded to the Koni's I bought junkyard housings and prepped ahead of time. Kept these stock ones for posterity. May need the rears if I decide to take the long body Koni rear struts off my rusted out floor donor to keep it in a rolling state. Removed prior to New England using liquid salt in the winters, so almost no rust. Fronts have engineering part no. F4DC-18085-BA, rears have F5DC-18080-DA. These are 1994 and 1995 year engineering changes, indicating that Ford was still tweaking the ride and handling of the Gen 2 as late as 1995. Valving probably similar to Tokicos (they were OEM supplier to Ford back then for these struts). Figure 40 lbs and a similar box to the Konis above. PM me an interesting offer on the fronts or all four.

    4.) 22 mm front sway bar, upgrades all years 89-95 (less corner exit wheelspin than the 24 mm front used on 89-91, and less body roll than the 20.9 front used 93-95). With bar to frame bushings. $60.

    5.) Stock MTX differential with 31 K miles. Absolutely no one wheel burnouts in its history, perfect for welding the diff pins. Removed when the first run of SHO Quaifes arrived. $100. SOLD SOLD

    6.) Stock original equipment MTX radiator ~ 70 K miles (at 31 K miles I switched to G-05 coolant, so no gunk inside). Will give it a quick recrimp and pressure test before shipping to you. Box and weight similar to new one above. $50

    7.) Pair of stock front lower control arm "strut rods" off a southern SHO with 20 K original miles. Includes red SHO only bushings that are impossible to find in Ford obsolete parts houses. Weight and box size pending. $100.

    8.) (SALE ON HOLD) Forged 16x8 5 spoke wheels originally produced by Fuchs with centerbore and lug pattern custom machined to match SHO pattern. 40 mm offset allows a 245-45 tire to be run on the front without rubbing and with very minimal change from stock 42 mm offset, so no significant change in scrub radius/torque steer. On the rear a 3 mm or 1/8 inch spacer is required, will include a pair at no cost. 245 fits in the rear with spacer on Gen 2 only, Gen 1 would need inner quarter modifications, will include a pair of spacers. some clear coat peel and curb scrapes but wheels are straight and true, 120 mph at Lime Rock without any issues. $400 for wheels alone, or if you are interested in the Toyo RA1/Nitto NT-01 tires they are currently shod with lets talk. Willing to take to Greyhound to save on shipping (shipping not included in price).

    9.) Pair of aftermarket headlights for Gen 2, essentially brand new, test fit only, includes low/high beam bulbs, (SOLD for 40) $45 plus shipping.

    10.) One 16x8 inch ROH Snyper, former track wheel off the Orange Pumpkin, SHOaz's NASA time trials title winning 95 car. Own a piece of SHO history for a mere 60 plus shipping. I would say 95% of the clearcoat is still there, no bends or significant edge rubs, but this is a tracl wheel with rubber and such stuck in strange places. For shipping figure 20 lbs and box 20x20x8.

    11.) Set of slicers off a 1995, no curbing, never seen winter, but less than perfect (example, scratches at hubcap removal pry points, think last set of tires had external wheel weights) if you want to know shipping figure two 20x20x16 boxes at 40 lbs each

    More as I dig through the attic and basement. Please PM after you check shipping price.
     
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  2. zak

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    Added strut rods w/bushings and forged 16x8 track wheels. Looking to see what I have for rear Konis.
     
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    Any photos of the wheels?
     
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    zak SHO Member

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    Pictures sent to all who have inquired so far.
     
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    I will add for Zak the Griffin radiator is a nice piece. I had Griffin make one for my Gen 1 in 2003 and it's still going strong today. Very good quality. Mike
     
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    You are in Manchester? I'm in Bolton.
    I drive my red '91+ quite regularly when it isn't too hot out or snow flies.
    Haven't autocrossed since 2008 though. CARTCT events only back then
    TankII
     
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    I need both rear strut rods .. have a pair sitting around
     
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    Shoemjay, what I have are the tension struts (strut rods) for the front suspension, not the rear.
     
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    Looking for alternator for a 92..if you find one.
     
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    Sorry, any alternators I have kicking around would be for 94-95 MTX
     
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    Okay.thanks for the reply.
     
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    Hey bud

    Do you have A picture of the aftermarket headlights? Very interested .Thanks
     
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    zak SHO Member

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    Sorry I have not been on this site in a while, let me know if you still want headlight pictures, as described above they are essentialy new-aftermarket (DEPO if I recall correctly)
     
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    Hi

    Thanks for responding .I would love some pics please send them to [email protected]

    Thank you
     
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    Pictures sent
     
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    Bump for 16x8 ROH Snyper wheel
     
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    Still have the motorcraft struts?
     
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    zak SHO Member

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    All parts not indicating (SOLD) in front of the price are still available, including the original low mileage struts. No visible leaks on the later.

    Will be parting out my original owner green 95 mocha MTX car within a few weeks (keeping the trans, front bumper and other tidbits). Was garage kept since new, so doors fenders and hood all stil have factory clearcoat shine. Parting due to severe rot where the rear of the front subframe bolts to the passenger side floor.
     
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    That rot at the bolt-up point at the rear subframe can be fixed with new metal and a welder. It is not an easy fix, but it can be done.

    It looks hopeless, but it is not.
     

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