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post #1 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-20-2012 Thread Starter
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Coupe of questions broken belt

I have 2005 GT with a dss stroked to 302 mod.motor, arh long tube headers ,tci a/t 3,000 stall convertor, GT-500 fuel system 10 %overdrive crank pulley. Paxton 2200 s/c 2.87 s/c pulley al. driveshaft,3.73 gears. Shaker hood. There is 10k on the motor 5k on the trans.47k on the od. bought new in 5/05, only raced about 6 times. What would be a good price to ask. body and interior perfect stored winters.

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post #2 of 4 (permalink) Old 10-21-2012
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$10,000 sounds like a good number. I'm guessing you haven't blue booked it yet. That will give you the best starting place. Going to be Harder to sell with all those mods.


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I would think it would be worth a little more with that forged engine in there.
 
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It may be worth more if you find just the right buyer. Otherwise, most people like to buy stockers so they can do the mods. I typically stay away from modded cars as I never know the quality of work that was done. I just bought a bone stock 09 GT from the original owner. Had 78k on it which was high, but it also had the original tires still on it. Just that alone was a good indication of how it was driven. Now I can start my own mods..

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