92 st185 PNW Blue alltrac for sale

deepsky

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I have to sell my project, a 92 alltrac. Been working on to restore for almost 15 years. So many new/great parts when restoring. Gen4 transplant, running, but haven't finished it. A couple other highlights, carbon fiber driveshaft, practically new limited slip rear differential. I restored the entire underneath of the car, and needs alignment to finish. coilovers at all 4 corners. Awesome Dynaudio stereo system with subwoofer enclosure. Interior is pristine, 116k miles. Fresh paint, great looking. Just needs midpipe, alignment, several miscellaneous finishing things to finish. Bring a trailer, it doesn't yet go far, but is a running car. I can't finish it right now. Finishing probably cost around $2k as per Kris at KO racing. That's how close it is.
 

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Tippo

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Wow what a beauty! GLWS. Sounds like she's really close. What a price too considering the 4th gen.
 

Tippo

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Any thought to finishing her up then selling? Would be 100 times easier as well. Doesn't seem like it's that much involved left. What needs to be finished per KO?
 

deepsky

Member
Primary things needed: midpipe, front brake proportioning valve, alignment, A/C, CC, dyno, tune up, clutch adjust, things like that. Family issues, I can't afford to spend time or money on her right now, need help guys. Thank you!
 

deepsky

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It would be approximately 2k. That's to finish the midpipe, put on the turbo limiter, fix the front brakes, tune the car, adjust the clutch. Most everything that would make the car drivable. There are a few other things like A/C charging, finishing cruise, stereo power.
 

Fosse67

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I have to sell my project, a 92 alltrac. Been working on to restore for almost 15 years. So many new/great parts when restoring. Gen4 transplant, running, but haven't finished it. A couple other highlights, carbon fiber driveshaft, practically new limited slip rear differential. I restored the entire underneath of the car, and needs alignment to finish. coilovers at all 4 corners. Awesome Dynaudio stereo system with subwoofer enclosure. Interior is pristine, 116k miles. Fresh paint, great looking. Just needs midpipe, alignment, several miscellaneous finishing things to finish. Bring a trailer, it doesn't yet go far, but is a running car. I can't finish it right now. Finishing probably cost around $2k as per Kris at KO racing. That's how close it is.
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It would be approximately 2k. That's to finish the midpipe, put on the turbo limiter, fix the front brakes, tune the car, adjust the clutch. Most everything that would make the car drivable. There are a few other things like A/C charging, finishing cruise, stereo power.
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It would be approximately 2k. That's to finish the midpipe, put on the turbo limiter, fix the front brakes, tune the car, adjust the clutch. Most everything that would make the car drivable. There are a few other things like A/C charging, finishing cruise, stereo power.

I would like to visit to see the car. Can we make arrangements?
 
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