MTX trans and Gen 2 Interior and Suspension Parts

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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.) A. assortment of grey interior bits, including speedometer bezel-drivers dashboard, seatbelts, etc., from an original owner, religously garage kept 95 SHO, so no fading. Offers?

1.) B. MTX transmission 128 K miles, from an original owner, adult driven SHO (from the looks of the inside of the engine, never driven in anger). SHifted fine when removed, no funny noises. Could use the shift shaft seal replaced, this can be done without cracking the case open. Scrubbed down with dishwashing detergent so cleaner than most at this mileage. I added Morrell drain plug. $250 plus shipping, if picked up locally I will provide a new shift shaft seal.

2.) C. 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 me a year and cost far more than this).

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.) 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.

6.)new NOS Ford rear caliper brackets for 1989-1992 these include the pins and boots but not bolts.
 
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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.) A. assortment of grey interior bits, including speedometer bezel, seatbelts, etc., from an original owner, religously garage kept 95 SHO, so no fading. Offers?

1.) B. MTX transmission 128 K miles, from an original owner, adult driven SHO (from the looks of the inside of the engine, never driven in anger). SHifted fine when removed, no funny noises. Could use the shift shaft seal replaced, this can be done without cracking the case open. Scrubbed down with dishwashing detergent so cleaner than most at this mileage. I added Morrell drain plug. $250 plus shipping, if picked up locally I will provide a new shift shaft seal.

2.) C. 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 me a year and cost far more than this).

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.) 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.
Interested in trans. Any idea on shipping to 46777. Thanks
 

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So an MTX weighs about 80 lbs. Days of UPSing these in oversized Tupperware are over

Assume Class 80 freight (nothing on top) a half pallet (e.g. 40 x 24 inches). Call R&L Carriers, assuming there is a terminal of theirs near you, and get a quote for "terminal to terminal" shipment. I would pallet it and drop it off at the terminal near me, you would take it off the skid and load to your car at your end, at an R&L terminal. Or find out what carriers have terminals near you and we can see if we can match it up to one near me. I shipped a heavier transmission from Oklahoma to here in 2019, ran around 100.
 

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So an MTX weighs about 80 lbs. Days of UPSing these in oversized Tupperware are over

Assume Class 80 freight (nothing on top) a half pallet (e.g. 40 x 24 inches). Call R&L Carriers, assuming there is a terminal of theirs near you, and get a quote for "terminal to terminal" shipment. I would pallet it and drop it off at the terminal near me, you would take it off the skid and load to your car at your end, at an R&L terminal. Or find out what carriers have terminals near you and we can see if we can match it up to one near me. I shipped a heavier transmission from Oklahoma to here in 2019, ran around 100.
R&L delivers to the dealership I work at. It could be unloaded there.
 

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OK, please check it out and let me know. Terminal to terminal is always cheaper than terminal to dock, especially if there is no forklift at receiving end.
 

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Bump for pair of new NOS Ford rear caliper brackets for 1989-1992 these include the pins and boots but not bolts.

$80 plus ship also fits 1989-1992 Thunderbird SC
 

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Do you happen to have the rubber trim piece that goes around the sunroof opening in gray? Mine had all kinds of mildew and mold from a leaky sunroof before I bought it and did not clean up as well as I’d like
 

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I can post a picture of the drivers side dash bezel (Gray) zero fading Might take the foglight switch out of it.
 

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Pretty sure I tossed the grey A pillar covers. Have one or two tan ones left over
I'd be interested in Tan ones if the tabs are still there. Do you have driver and passenger?

-Chad
 

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Will try to check soon, might have put them in the car for winter storage. Am certain at least one tab is broken on each (but kept the broken peices)
 

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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.) A. assortment of grey interior bits, including speedometer bezel-drivers dashboard, seatbelts, etc., from an original owner, religously garage kept 95 SHO, so no fading. Offers?

1.) B. MTX transmission 128 K miles, from an original owner, adult driven SHO (from the looks of the inside of the engine, never driven in anger). SHifted fine when removed, no funny noises. Could use the shift shaft seal replaced, this can be done without cracking the case open. Scrubbed down with dishwashing detergent so cleaner than most at this mileage. I added Morrell drain plug. $250 plus shipping, if picked up locally I will provide a new shift shaft seal.

2.) C. 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 me a year and cost far more than this).

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.) 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.

6.)new NOS Ford rear caliper brackets for 1989-1992 these include the pins and boots but not bolts.
22mm stabilizer bar still available?
 

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The center console got scrapped with the car, too bad it was in nice shape. Think I scrapped the ROH Snyper but still have a set of 4 centercaps from them
 
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