93 Red, Turbo, 19K miles, $35k

hollant

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New asking price $29,500

After a dozen years of ownership, it is time to move on...

3 articles on the build of the car are here (with pictures)
http://www.editorscharitychallenge.com/teamgotboost/duringthebuild/

I bought it after the original build. I switched to edelbrock aluminium heads about 10 years ago.

Tuned by Turbo Technology in Tacoma WA.

Has R looking wheels replicated off a set or 95 GT twin tribars.

Tracked at the Pacific Raceways road course a bit, street driven rarely.

Bigstuff3 sent in for updating about 8 years ago.

Tuned to pass emissions in King County Washington.

360 HP at the wheels to preserve the short block and transmission.

Original clutch protected by street tires.

I've never had it to the drag strip.

Some Stickers removed. Door numbers still there.

Picture collectors need not apply.

Looks the same as the website above with the exception of wheels and hood sticker.

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hollant

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I thought the 3 magazine articles would give better information on the build than I could here... but thanks for taking the time to look at the articles
 
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Bro, that Turbo kit absolutely ruins the value of this car. Take all that garbage off and sell it stock. It will be worth a LOT more.
 
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hollant

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Bro, that Turbo kit absolutely ruins the value of this car. Take all that garage off and sell it stock. It will be worth a LOT more.

That's why it is below 30K now.

I have loved driving it this way! Tons of fun! Terminator fast! Handles great with all of the Kenney Brown suspension on it!

A deal for somebody
 

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It's not the turbo kit that hurts the value, it's the fact that there is a lot missing. Interior, wheels factory wiring and ECU, etc. I sold my Novi/stroker car earlier this year, but had the OEM drive train sitting on a stand, and the maintained it's stock appearance. Makes a big difference.
 

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Sent a private message to you yesterday, @hollant.


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Any updates, you gonna keep the car the same or switch it up a little?

I got the car a couple weeks ago. Slowly working on bringing it up to my standards. I have a garage full of stuff to do on it. The overall look will remain the same, but it will be updated with all new stuff that I can count on.
 

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I got the car a couple weeks ago. Slowly working on bringing it up to my standards. I have a garage full of stuff to do on it. The overall look will remain the same, but it will be updated with all new stuff that I can count on.


Do you plan on starting a thread/posting pics?
 

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