Considering letting my beautiful 87 Turbo T go so I can free up space in the garage for my Hellcat and get a 4WD daily driver. Car is absolutely gorgeous inside and out and runs great.
I am the 4th owner and currently show 68,600 miles. I have all of the original documentation for the car including original window sticker, dealer order form, dealer sales agreement, key knock-outs, etc. All receipts for parts and labor are present. Everything is neatly organized and presented in a binder.
CF5 Factory Sunroof
55/45 Cloth Split Bench Seat with Column Shift
Front Seat Reading Lamps
UA6 Theft Deterrent system
Tilt Steering Column
Remote Driver Side Mirror
Power Trunk Release
US7 Concert Sound Speakers
G80 Limited Slip Differential
All factory options work as they should.
This car was recently disassembled and professionally refinished with Xalta BC/CC. The paint and bodywork are exceptional. OEM 5 Piece decklid spoiler installed.
Chrome bumpers were replaced with a set of color matched steel bumpers with aluminum reinforcements. The impact strips are new and the bumperettes were shaved.
Many replacement and NOS parts were used upon reassembly after paintwork:
NOS Wheel opening moldings
New reproduction bumper fillers
New beltline moldings (window wipes)
New body side moldings
New window and trunk weatherstrips
New rear under seat sound insulation package
New ACC carpet
Kirban trunk trim kit
Car was recently paint corrected and ceramic coated. Looks absolutely amazing.
Windows are tinted 85% darkness all around.
The split bench seats are in immaculate condition as are the carpet and all other aspects of the interior.
Custom Turbo T floor mats
Custom arm rest with dual cupholders
Custom 3 guage pod with whote faced electronic Autometer boost, fuel and oil pressure gauges
Matching tach on the column
Scanmaster G mounted on the A pillar
Kenwood head unit, amp, sub and upgraded speakers. Sounds really good.
The engine is a freshly rebuilt correct 109 block. It is bored .020 O.S. with 8445 heads. It has a mild 210/210 flat tappet cam, hyper pistons, stock rods, and stock crank. The front cover is ported and the oil pump blueprinted. Main and rod bearings were hand selected. Cam specs are as follows:
Many components were removed, restored and /or powder-coated.
The original transmission has been overhauled with a shift kit and the best internal parts available such including a billet input housing, billet servo, 10 vane pump etc., and 10” lockup converter. This transmission is built to easily handle 500 RWHP without a problem.
Wheels & Suspension:
Full set of Viking double adjustable coilovers and UMI shock tower brace.
18x8 and 18x9 staggered GNX replicas with Firestone Indy 500 rubber. Maybe 1,500 miles on them.
The front and rear suspensions have been rebuilt. All control arms (and sway bars) are powder coated satin black with new bushings and wear components
Missing body bushings installed including GNX bushings
Kirban back seat brace kit
Performance Upgrades: (all done within last 12 months)
TA60 turbo from Bison with HD wastegate and dedicated oiling system
RJC 3” downpipe
Pypes 3” exhaust with test pipe
Razor’s Alky Kit with SSI MAP sensor
LS1 MAF and Gen II MAF translator
Red Armstrong Fuel Pump with new sending unit and hot-wire kit
50# Delphi Injectors
Adj FP Regulator
CAS V4 stock location intercooler
Cold Case radiator with dual fan setup
A/C system has been retrofitted to R-134a and works perfectly
Vac brake conversion
Hoodskinz hood insulator
Upgraded LED lighting throughout
From any angle, this car looks and drives like a new car.
Recently won best Turbo Buick at the MAGNA show at Cecil. About 100 turbo cars on the show field. Here is video of the show. My car is featured starting at the 19:30 mark.
Price is $32,000 and I promise you will not be disappointed. Would also consider trading for a 2015+ Jeep Grand Cherokee SRT with reasonable miles. Car is located in northern NJ. DM or email with any questions @ firstname.lastname@example.org
I've got an Excellent 1975 Jeep CJ5 with a 1984 HA & 700R4 4 speed auto . D30 upfront with a Lock Right & Posi in the rear D44 . 3:73 gears . She'll go 0 to 60 in ~ 5 seconds & then slow down later & climb trees . I have to jump in , anytime someone mentions 4WD , on this Forum
Yes Sir......She's a one of her Kind .Very Rare & Unique.
That's a real work of art , that you've performed there. GLWS