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1974 260z LS3 4l80E project for sale.

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I bought this car a few years ago with an LQ4/MP112 combo. I decided to switch to an all aluminum motor to save a bit of weight, but just don't have time any more. Car has a narrowed 4 linked 9.75" Ford rear with a built 4l80E and 2200 rpm stall converter. Toyota truck front brake upgrade, 2013 Camaro LS3 motor(18K miles) and a complete Holley Dominator EFI with all harness and sensors for the motor and the transmission, and a new set of Sanderson short headers. We moved the motor forward slightly so it will need the driveshaft lengthened slightly. Car has a 10 gallon fuel cell that really limits driving distance, and the battery has been moved to a compartment in the passenger side rear tucked in out of the way. Working on wiring the Holley in currently. Gauges, lights, and turn signals were all working before we did the motor and Holley swap, so they should still be fine. Car handles fine, goes down the track straight, and with a bit less weight on the front should steer a bit easier. Looking for $12k. Will also consider parting out drivetrain and electronics, or selling rolling chassis only. Needs very little to complete since It was running before with another LS motor.

Thanks.

RonA

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Unfortunately I still have the whole car. Sale didn't go trough on the LS3 or transmission. Currently getting it wired up in hopes of dumping the LS3 and trans if they can hear it run.

RonA

 

I'm sure if you put a bit of time into getting it running /driving you will get more and have a much easier sale. If you don't have the time...thats sucks... just means you will get xx cents to the dollar less... sorry about your predicament. Looks like a great platform!

Problem is a lot of guys are selling running driving 300-400 whp cars for 10-20k depending on body/condition..... good luck man!

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