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    ISO: Spyder. VR-4 or NA. Preferably White.

    I have a good friend that's looking for a Spyder. He doesn't care whether it's a VR-4 or a non turbo, but he said he would greatly prefer it to be an auto. In addition, he DOES NOT WANT black. Tried to get him to buy Mitoska's and he said he hates black.

    Another thing he will be looking for is a decent undercarriage. If you have one, or know someone that does, drop me a line. Serious buyer. Thanks!

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    Well all the SL spyders are auto, minus the the trans swap that GZP did. speaking of there is this one:

    1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT Spyder SL | 3S Warehouse

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    I'm Kind Of A Big Deal Feedback Score 8 (100%) Emilie@GZP's Avatar
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    If he REALLY wanted automatic... I guess we could convert it back to auto...

    1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT Spyder SL | 3S Warehouse



    Last edited by Emilie@GZP; 04-23-2014 at 11:18 PM.
    Circa 2005... Oh my, how far I've come
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    gear wrenches = wrench with the spinny thing inside of the circle part?
    Current:
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    1999 3000GT SL - 7,436 miles
    1995 3000GT Spyder - garage ornament

    FOR SALE:
    1995 3000GT Spyder VR-4 Red, 80k miles

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    You should state serious buyer's budget. Lots of serious buyers are seriously broke.

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    This serious buyer has serious cash. He has a Range Rover in his shop that he uses as a shelf. Covered in dust. Runs, but it's black, so he doesn't like to drive it because it's "ugly".

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    You can buy a range for $500 lol. Might be cheaper than shelving.

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