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post #1 of 23 Old 02-14-2006, 04:50 PM Thread Starter
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85 GT roller in MI

Here is a link with pics of the car,I have more also...
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What kind of money you looking for

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3000.00 for the car and all the extra parts for it,just like it says in the ad.

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post #4 of 23 Old 02-22-2006, 11:51 AM
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You must not want to sell it too bad, you never called me back last week.

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Is there a carrier in the rear end so the car can be moved. I see it says no gears.

What part of Michigan is it in?

Can you list all the "extras"?

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Sorry guys,I dropped my phone over the weekend and broke it in half and just got a new one last nite.I am still playing catch up with voicemails!Call me agian if you wish.

The car has a 8.8 with an open diff,stock axles,brakes,control arms and no gears in it.I will try and remember all the extras so here it goes.CC plates,manual rack,cross member,gas tank,gas tank cover,manual brake conversion kit,instument cluster,battery box and cables,amp gauge,coil springs,and maybe some more small things I just cant think of rite now...

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Is this basically install an engine and trans, plumb the fuel lines, install gears and exhaust and hit the key? If not then what exactly?

Was this an A/C car originally?

Do you have any underhood pics? Can you provide them?

Does this car have a title and is it clear?

Do you still have the power brake set up and power steering set up?


EDIT: Did you remove the heater system and gauge cluster?

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Is this basically install an engine and trans, plumb the fuel lines, install gears and exhaust and hit the key? If not then what exactly?

Was this an A/C car originally?

Do you have any underhood pics? Can you provide them?

Does this car have a title and is it clear?

Do you still have the power brake set up and power steering set up?


EDIT: Did you remove the heater system and gauge cluster?
Under the hood all holes not needed have been welded closed,no a/c.I dont have any pics under the hood yet.The title is clear and I have it sitting in front of me.No master or booster,lines or p-valve under hood as everything was removed to fill holes and smooth under hood but was not finished yet.I bought the car this way and have done nothing with it.

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So you are saying that the brake system needs plumbed in too? Do you have some of the missing parts for this task?

Is there a fuel tank?

Is there a drive shaft and or drive shaft loop?

Sub frame connectors?

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Please just call my cell number after 2pm and before 9pm,its in the add in that link with the pics...


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Please just call my cell number after 2pm and before 9pm,its in the add in that link with the pics...
So you don't want to answer those questions here? Because I am sure those who are reading this thread might be wondering the same questions.

The car looks nice but it looks more like it is not intended for the street. I am trying to determine if it is ot not.

I don't have a problem transfering my drive train from the Capri into yours because I have had multiple offers on my Capri as a roller. The problem is I am only going to remove so much from my car. I think if I were to strike a deal with someone wanting my car as a roller I should be fair and make sure they get it as a roller just add drive train.

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The car was NOT intended to be a street car ,but it COULD be made as a street car.just depends how much stuff you want to put back in it.No heater box,no engine wiring under hood,no brake lines,no a/c,no instruments,no radio......what it is ,is a perfect rust free body with FRESH paint,new interior,power windows,drag suspension,frame conectors,nice drag wheels and tires.Drop a motor and trans in it,wire a MSD box for ignition,put a one wire alt on it for charging,add some Autometer gauges,put gas tank in and plumb lines,add master and plumb brakes lines and put a ring and pinion in it and go racing.

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I've seen the car.............clean is an understatement.
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So you don't want to answer those questions here? Because I am sure those who are reading this thread might be wondering the same questions.

The car looks nice but it looks more like it is not intended for the street. I am trying to determine if it is ot not.

I don't have a problem transfering my drive train from the Capri into yours because I have had multiple offers on my Capri as a roller. The problem is I am only going to remove so much from my car. I think if I were to strike a deal with someone wanting my car as a roller I should be fair and make sure they get it as a roller just add drive train.
I've seen the car.....maybe I can help a little. This car is not in any way cut up or beyond being a street car. It looks to me that the previous owner was going to make a street/strip car out of it. and clean up the engine bay in the process.....like welding holes shut, deleting the heater box, and possibly putting in an aftermarket fuel cell, or tank. If necessary I'm sure the heater box could be reinstalled. If you're looking for a seriously clean car...........look no further.....just my .02
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Still have the car?

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The car is still availiable......call him on his cell.........1-734-854-4113
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My 85 GT is not for sale anymore,I am going to finish it now.....but a good friend is selling his 83 GT that is alot cheaper than mine and almost as clean as mine with few more good parts on it.Here is a link to the add and some pics of it.

Remember,contact the guy in the add not me,his name is Matt.

http://toledotuners.com/phpBB2/viewtopic.php?t=8414

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OK, it would be a good idea to close this thread then

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Does he have pics of the 83 PSI?

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If you click on the link I posted there is all the info on the car you need.....

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I did and I didn't see a picture there.

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I did and I didn't see a picture there.

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I suppose there is a link there to pics but iut doesn't show much

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