Our Mustang GT CAM-C Project Car Is For Sale

Update by J.G. Pasterjak to the Ford Mustang GT project car
Aug 3, 2017

Project cars are a great part of our job, and some of the most popular editorial in the magazine. But they’re also bittersweet companions because we know that eventually we’ll have to move on to the next thing to keep the content fresh. Such is the case with our 2012 Mustang GT CAM-C project. The upcoming 2017 SCCA Solo Nationals will be the last hurrah as we make room for the next project. Read the ad carefully for deeply imbedded subtextual hints as to what that next project might be.

2012 Mustang GT
55,xxx miles. Well kept (has been a booth car at PRI and a few other major trade shows. It cleans up nice).
BBK Longtubes
BBK X-pipe with high-flow cats
MRT Axle back stainless exhaust
Competition-grade trailer hitch
Baer/Kenny Brown Pro 4R front brakes, Baer/KB Edadisped +2 rear rotors
Torsen T2R diff with 3.31 rear (also have 3.55 ring and pinion)
MCS 2-way shocks (non-remote)
Steeda rear height adjusters
Steeda front arms w/roll center correction.
Steeda Bump steer kit
Steeda lightweight Radiator support
Steeda rear trailing link brackets
CortexRacing torque arm
CortexRacing Watts link
CortexRacing adjustable rear trailing arms
Vorshlag camber plates.
Powerstream Tegris front splitter
Shields polycarbonate rear spoiler
Shields polycarbonate front and rear windscreens
VFN Fiberglass hood and trunk. Hood features TrackSpec louvers (wrapped in semi-matte black vinyl)
Fluidyne 6-core radiator
Rear seat delete
Momo Supercup XL driver seat on Planted base with sliders
Dune buggy passenger seat
Kirk competition 4pt roll bar (currently not installed, but it goes in an about an hour)
Spec Stage 2 clutch
Blowfish Racing shifter support bracket
Whiteline trans mount insert
Steeda subframe braces, f/r shock tower braces
Forgeline 18x11 wheels (square, with appropriate adapters)
Stock wheels with 255 Rivals with fairly good tread
Optima Battery
Auto-Blip system
SCT Tuner for stock ECU
All stock parts and takeoffs
Could convert to ESP or STP without too much hassle
Probably some stuff I’m forgetting

All comfort and convenience items still in place and functional. Power windows, stereo, a/c (recent a/c clutch replacement), power locks, cruise control.

3425 pounds as it sits. Potential to get to 3350 minimum is fairly easy.

National trophy-capable CAM car. Probably Championship-capable in the right hands (and if you can get Madsen super drunk the night before). Dixie Tour winner. Third at CAM Invitational in ‘16. Don’t even ask about the ‘16 Solo Championship event because I’m still bitter that my own prep failure cost me a trophy. Anyway, the thing is fast and easy to dive and someone with actual talent could probably do a hell of a lot better than I did with it, and I did fairly well.

So here’s the deal: This will be available right after impound at Solo Nationals. There’s a lot of takeoff/stock stuff that comes with the car, so it’s not really the kind of thing that could be easily shipped. So here’s the choices:
1) Pick up at Solo Nationals. I will bring car and all associated pieces and tow home an empty trailer.
2) I can deliver to somewhere on my way home from Solo Nationals. Google a route from Lincoln, Nebraska, to Ormond Beach, Florida, and I can meet you somewhere along that route.
3) You come to Florida and get it.
4) You hire a shipper that understands there’s a bunch of other stuff and it will be in a neat pile in my shop and its their responsibility to load it.


Will consider trades for (bone-stock or A Street/SSR prepped) 2003-‘04 C5 Z06 + cash.

Also, if you don’t want the stock hood, I’ll gladly keep it and knock a few bucks off. It looks great hanging in my shop. But, technically it goes with the car, so if you want it, I get that, too.

Email or text with questions: jg@grassrootsmotorsports.com, (386) 290-0970

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