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    1992 Stealth RT/TT $24,000 OBO

    1992 $ 24,000 OBO

    It's with mixed emotions that I've decided to sell my Stealth. I've owned it since 1993, by far the longest I've owned any car, so it will definitely feel very strange once it's gone. I've had great fun with it and it's given me the opportunity to learn more about cars than I would have thought possible!

    Here are the details – it’s a 1992 Black Stealth RT / Twin Turbo with 182,000 miles. I'm the second owner, purchased it for $30,000 in 1993 with 20,000 miles. It was one of the original Hennessey modified Stealths. No accidents, garaged, original paint, and regularly maintained. Body, interior and engine bay are in excellent condition. There are a couple of items to be aware of that I can give you the details on if you’re interested in purchasing.

    It has over $70,000 invested in modifications. It was dyno tuned by Horespower Freaks in 2005 at 510 awhp at 22psi boost. It has won multiple Regional and National car show trophies over the years. It’s been in a couple of the annual 3S calendars and was featured in the 3S magazine that was published a few years ago. I know some of you on the board are familiar with the car.

    I’ve attached the full modifications list, dyno sheet, and a couple of photos. Here are a few highlights of some of the major modifications and recent maintenance.

    http://inlinethumb29.webshots.com/47...600x600Q85.jpg

    http://rides.webshots.com/album/5781...PE?vhost=rides

    Modifications Highlights -
    SSR GT1 wheels – June 2001 - $2,000
    Fully Built Engine with 368 turbos & front mount intercooler – November 2001 - $40,000
    Six Speed Transmission conversion – November 2001 - $3,000
    Carbon Fiber Driveshaft – November 2001 - $1,000
    Custom Fuel System – November 2001 - $1,400
    99 front end conversion – November 2001 - $2,100
    Navigation & custom stereo – April 2002 - $6,100
    Custom Leather interior – June 2003 - $2,500
    AEM Engine Management – June 2003 - $2,000
    Defi Gages – July 2004 - $1,200
    Dyno Tune – March 2005 - $2,000
    K40 radar detector system (built- in front & rear) – December 2005 - $1500
    StopTech Big Brakes system – June 2006 - $4,300
    Painted Deft Racing 575 Hood – July 2007 - $2,600
    3SX Aluminum Radiator – January 2008 - $500
    Tein Flex Struts w/EDFC – April 2009 - $1,700
    IPS single exhaust – February 2009 - $600

    Recent Maintenance –
    Oil Change – January 2010 - 180,500 miles
    Battery - January 2010 - 180,000 miles
    Transmission fully refreshed with new syncros, etc. - January 2010 - 180,000 miles
    Alignment – November 2009 – 179,900 miles
    Carrier Bearing – July 2009 – 176,000 miles
    New tires – June 2009 – 175,000 miles
    New fuel pumps – May 2009 – 175,000 miles
    New exhaust – May 2009 – 175,000 miles
    New Tein struts – April 2009 – 174,000 miles
    New clutch – February 2009 – 173,000 miles

    I even have a few brand new backup parts (alternator, brake pads, etc.) and plenty of old parts to throw in!

    I finally moved on to something more appropriate for a senior citizen – a 2010 Corvette Grand Sport! But I only have garage space for one sports car.

    Need to find it a good home - make me an offer if you're interested (originally priced at $24,500).

    If you’re interested, send me a PM or give me a call at 913-302-2561.
    Thanks,
    Jim
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    DO NOT BUDGE ON YOUR PRICE! Free bump for you great looking car.

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    Hope you sell it for 100% of your asking price.
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    Beautiful car man. GL w/the sale.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jejuliff View Post
    Fully Built Engine with 368 turbos & front mount intercooler – November 2001 - $40,000
    I'm not trying to be stupid but who built you a $40,000 engine

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddrs93 View Post
    I'm not trying to be stupid but who built you a $40,000 engine
    If GT-Pro built it they must have had you pay to fix the engine a couple times over.
    95 RT/TT Billet TD04s E70, DW1000cc injectors, ARC-2 with 92mm maf, 3SX fuel rail loop, hotwired Walbro 416/485, 3" FMIC, single small Krank vent, DR 3.5" downpipe and cat-back, DNP 02 housings, Hallman Pro MBC, BlackStealth LCDBC, AEM wideband, AEM oil pressure, Apexi S1 coilovers with SCE EVO 8/9 adapters, 3SX adjustable control arms, Spec 3+ clutch, Maximal solids/3SX poly motor mounts, Setrab custom SMOC, stock motor 127k miles, stock drivetrain.

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    Quote Originally Posted by toddrs93 View Post
    I'm not trying to be stupid but who built you a $40,000 engine
    I am very curious to see this as well. $40k engine build could put you at 1,000+ HP.

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    I also am curious, it better be a completely new billet block for 40k. I've built 10k dollar engines but 40k... seems kinda ridiculous for a 6G72.

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    well, I assume he's referring to:
    fully BUILT engine internals, new set of turbos and ALL supporting hardware custom manifolds and all that, Intercooler + piping, + LABOR. From a good shop. You can see how done right, he could have spent $40K there.

    Awesome car man, I know it must be tight and incredible despite the total mileage the chassis has been driven.

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    Let's not forget that he listed the build was done by Hennessey in 2001. Back then things were a lot different as far as options for modding and the philosophy of doing big power builds. Nowadays you can just slap some big turbos on a tired engine and get big power.. for awhile.

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