87 GN for Sale - $28,000


15 years, countless hours and dollars spent but you all know the story. FAST XFI and other goodies bought from Cal at Hartline. Original block and transmission but of course, highly modified. Chassis dyno 600 plus hp at the tires but I am sure there is more in the car with FAST tuning. Engine build has less than 1000 miles and transmission was built with Art Carr parts about 5000 miles ago. I have a lot more than $28k in the car. All my extra GN parts go with the car as well.

  • Simmons 3 piece wheels - 17x9 front and 17x11 read - new Mickey Thompson street comp tires
  • The car was repainted 5 years ago. 8 out of 10
  • The interior is redone in carbon fiber pleather. 8 out of 10
  • It has a 6 point cage, HR bar and HR upper and lowers, rebuilt 8.5 rear end with Moser 31 spline axles
  • 2 inch drop, tubular lower a-arms, ZQ8 front disc brakes, rear aluminum drums
  • I have a lot of extra various GN parts that will go with the car as well
  • Precision PT6766 DBB CEA turbo – under 1000 miles
  • F.A.S.T XFI with logger and rev limiter
  • I have a brand new LEASH boost control I bought from Hartline that will be included
  • 3.8, TRW pistons, Eagle 4340 crank, billet caps, hydraulic roller, Champion GN1 heads, roller rockers
  • GN1 4 inch exhaust, KB headers, 3.5 DP with external dump
  • RJC Megacooler intercooler
  • 70mm TB, IAC Angle Boss, billet fuel rails, 95lb Precision injectors, Aeromotive pump,
  • GN1 radiator with dual fans
  • Performance built Art Carr 2004r transmission, 3500 stall, Setrab cooler
  • Lightning Rods shifter
  • GNX style gage cluster
  • Big Mouth Cold Air kit
  • Razor’s dual alky
Car is located in Greenville, SC. Call or text. Bobby 864.420.5673 - this is seriously a really nice car!


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Why would someone pay $60,000+ for a new Camaro or the likes when they could have 10x the car for $28k with a full frame.