CJ Pony Parts and CJ Pony Service have decided that it is time for our drag racing, Bolt-On BAD-A$$ Mustang, to find a new home. We were very happy to accomplish all that we did with B.O.B, but now that those goals have been reached, we are ready to let this quarter-mile killer go to someone new.
Project B.O.B was purchased back in 2005 when the new S197 Mustangs first became available. Soon after, it was decided that the bone-stock 05 would become our test-mule for bolt-on performance parts at the drag strip. Right from the start we had high hopes for this wild Legend Lime pony, and in 2009 we accomplished our goal of getting into the 11s with nothing but bolt-on parts. You may remember reading about it, or seeing the successful run on our YouTube page.
This 2005 Mustang GT will be returned to street trim, and we will put the stock gray Bullitt wheels on it, but all the current bolt-on additions (as well as the stock parts we still have that they replaced) will be included in the sale. Here is some information about the car:
-2005 4.6L 3V Mustang GT
-Legend Lime (P1) exterior
-Tan leather IUP interior
-California Special front fascia
-Shaker 500 system
-BBK 1-5/8″ long tube headers
-BBK X-pipe with high flow cats (car is emissions legal in PA)
-FRPP Borla Stinger axle back exhaust
-4:10 gears with freshly rebuild traction-loc
-BMR upper and lower control arms with spherical bearings (can be noisy on bumps)
-BMR lower control arm relocation brackets
-FRPP CJ drag springs
-JLT cold air intake kit
-Pro 5.0 short-throw shifter
-Steeda aluminum driveshaft
-SCT Xcal2 tuner with 3 custom tunes
-SLP line lock kit
Everything else is stock factory Ford. The car has been 11.99@113 on 15″ ET Streets, 12.07@113 on 15″ drag radials, 12.22@112 on 17″ drag radials, and 12.45@111 on the stock Pirellis in full street trim/weight without the BBK long tubes. Here are some current pictures of B.O.B, as well as a few shots from B.O.B.’s successful past.
The car runs and drives 100% and can be driven anywhere. The rear has extra clutches and is packed tight so the gears have a slight whine to them. Also, the lower control arms make noise (which spherical bearings do). Transmission shifts great, clutch still grabs tight and the paint is in excellent condition. Our service department manager, Bill has no doubts this car could go 11.80s with more weight reduction and a good set of rear shocks.
We are asking $15,000 OBO. You can contact our service department manager, Bill Tumas at firstname.lastname@example.org or call us at 1(800)-888-6473 and ask for Bill. Make sure you don’t miss out on owning a piece of CJ Pony Parts history, as well as a really kick-ass Mustang!