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1988 Shelby CSX-T #614/1000 - SOLD

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I have a 1988 Shelby CSX-T #614/1000 for sale, in Alberta - Region A.

Mileage: Approx 95,000 miles
Engine Size: 2.2 intercooled T-1


Asking price is SOLD



For Sale: 1988 CSX-T #614. Located near MPLS, MN 55431. Approx. 95K miles. 2017 1st place show winner at SDAC. 33-35 MPG hwy. Very well maintained throughout its life by two adult Shelby Dodge enthusiasts. All receipts going back to 1300 miles. Very good driver paint and interior. Wheels, steering wheel, & window sweeps restored to new condition.

The car is now intercooled and has TII SMEC with all TII pneumatics, and wiring changes. Other mods added are factory cruise, and aftermarket CD changer in trunk with Chrysler head unit. Has aftermarket sunroof that the first owner installed when the car was almost new. Light (50 state legal) window tint on windows. Basic car alarm installed. Manual boost controller set to around 15-16 PSI. Stock exhaust minus cat. (went bad). R134a blows ice cold. Comes with like new all weather car cover.

Has a TU 2 core aluminum intercooled radiator installed currently. Tanks and top and bottom header plates painted black to match factory radiator. Stock CSX intercooler and brackets restored to new condition. It still has the original Mitsubishi turbo on it, otherwise it is exactly like a 88 TII, engine and electric wise (minus the steel crank and bigger rods).

Car will come with all stock parts. (radiator, SMEC, and stock non-intercooled air box assembly). Also included will be all the receipts from previous owner, plus items I have bought and restored for car. I also have chronological documentation of anything that was replaced or repaired on car, along with date and mileage going back to when this car was first pulled out of Thrifty rental duty at 1300 miles. First owner even logged all gas fills! Pretty rare to have this much documentation on a car 30+ years old. Two owner car besides Thrifty.

Car needs nothing. Clutch recently replaced, along with long list of other parts replaced as needed wheel bearings, headgasket, alt, waterpump, etc.. Looks great, drives excellent, stops hard, handles great, quiet. Great MPG too, 33-35 MPG on hwy. Ran upper 13 in street trim the one time it was run down quarter mile. Selling because I just have too many cars. For more photos see Garage/Shelby/CSX-T at T-M site.
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I have 809 CSX-T and ac needs fixing, I saw you replaced the hoses I need to replace the compressor as well if you could tell me the part numbers for those hoses (four seasons? etc) and the compressor if you can.
don't want to get the wrong stuff, maybe you had it done by an ac shop.

any help would be appreciated

dave L
 

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I have 809 CSX-T and ac needs fixing, I saw you replaced the hoses I need to replace the compressor as well if you could tell me the part numbers for those hoses (four seasons? etc) and the compressor if you can.
don't want to get the wrong stuff, maybe you had it done by an ac shop.

any help would be appreciated

dave L
Dave,
The car and all records for the car is no longer in my possession so I cannot give you part #'s on the AC parts. They were 4 seasons brand lines. I believe RA still has these lines available for the P-bodies for cheap. Compressor is common A590. They made millions of them. The Sanden brand compressor with cast iron front cover also is a direct bolt on. Many people think they're a slightly better compressor. Expansion valve and dryer are Mopar. Lots of options there for you.
Todd
 
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