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brianflint's 1988 Saleen Mustang #381

1988 Saleen Mustang #381

Vehicle Make & Model

Dark Gray Metallic 1988 Saleen Mustang #381   (find similar)

Engine Mods

5.0L HO block, GT-40 Heads, GT-40 upper & lower intake, 24lb fuel injectors, 65mm throttle body, 110 LPH fuel pump, Cobra 1.7 roller rockers, Cobra ECU, Ford Motorsports mass air conversion, Cobra mass air meter, Ford Motorsports ceramic headers, Dr. Gas X-pipe crossover, Flowmaster Stage II muflers, DTS Detroit Locker 3.55 gears, Hurst 'Quick-shift', steel driveshaft harness.

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Quarter Mile


None - This car has the original paint. I have owned it since 9/03, and won "Favorite 1978 and Above" trophy at a car show in the first 1-1/2 months.


Drivers seat racing harness, passenger seat racing lap belt, designer's autograph - Steve Saleen - on glove box door.


Saleen Racecraft suspension on all 4 corners.



Stock 1988 Saleen Aluminum rims - 16x7 front, 16x8 rear for street. Steeda 16x8.5 for race.


Bridgestone Potenza RE950 225/50/ZR16 street tires, Kumho VictoRacer V700 265/45/ZR16 race tires

Audio & Video

Pioneer KEH-6050 20 watt per channel Super Tuner w/Cassette player, Pioneer BP-880 80 watt per channel graphic equalizer.

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Awards & trophies



First, I also own and have been racing a 1993 Probe GT in SCCA sanctioned Solo ll events for 4 years with a sign on the car that reads "Racing for Christ! He is always #1 no matter where I finish". That has drawn a lot of attention and I discovered that there are several Christians involved in the SCCA events.

Secondly, I became a Christian when I was 10 years old, but I recently rededicated my life to Christ after I had flown myself in a Cessna 172 to see a client in Virginia. On my return flight, I flew right into a series of thunderstorms as I aproached the mountains. Having only a VFR license, I needed to maintain a low enough altitude to be able to see the ground yet high enough to maintain a safe, FAA legal flight altitude. I flew south around 1 storm and discovered another storm to the west right where I needed to fly. Every direction that I needed to go, north south and west - but mainly west - I was surrounded by storms - lightning and all.

I started praying that I would get out of the storms safely and in just a few minutes I found my safe way out. A hole had opened up in the clouds just to the northwest of me that was only about 600 feet tall and 800 feet wide - and the sun was shining brightly on the other side. While that sounds big, The mountains were the bottom of the hole and an 1000 foot clearance above the mountains should have been maintained for safety. I went full throttle towards the hole and cleared into the sunshine on the other side.

After regaining my position senses and heading back towards Columbus, Ohio, the rest of my flight was very serene and pleasant. Only one more thing could have potentially caused a problem with that flight. When I landed back in Columbus, it was discovered that I only had about 20 minutes of fuel left on board. Had it taken any longer for me to get through the storm or had I been any more off course than I already was when I did clear the storm, I might not have made it back at all.

I fully believe that God was watching over me that day and parted the clouds for me to fly through safely - and He did it before I used up too much fuel. It was a moment that truly changed my life, and I shared it with the entire congregation of my church the very next Sunday.

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