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post #1 of 10 Old January 27th, 2014, 01:22 AM Thread Starter
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Southfour's 1995 GT Build Thread

Earlier in 2013 I picked up this 95 GT roller for $1500 had no intentions of buying it but the deal basically fell into my lap.







It is fully loaded with black leather and mach 460 sound, 5 speed and recent documented 3.73 gear install and rear end rebuild. Has new shocks and struts and lowering springs.
Normally I wouldnt buy a car in this bad of shape for more than a few hundred but it came with a brand new kicker audio system and those brand new bullitt wheels with new tires and a whole bunch of other misc parts. It even came with the paint and clearcoat to re paint it. Ive been able to sell off eveything I didnt want to the point where im about $100 or so into the car. i had picked up a 5.0 longblock and was ready to install the motor but then sold it for a decent profit, so now I am on the hunt for another 5.0 longblock to take the front dress off of, a roller 351 bottom end, and a decent head,cam and intake combo.

Im hoping to have it driving by the end of this summer.


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post #2 of 10 Old January 27th, 2014, 01:25 AM
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Pretty neat man. One day I want to build a car like this.



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After I bought it I looked up the gear install info since it was done at a shop i used to work at and turns out I helped do the gears and drove it on the test drive after, thing was slow as balls with the stock engine lol.


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Haha, now it is your turn to pep it up!



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Haha, now it is your turn to pep it up!
Yeah, Id be happy with 300rwhp NA and Ill make it my summer DD


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post #6 of 10 Old January 27th, 2014, 08:25 AM
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And you can trade wheels with me.


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And you can trade wheels with me.

Those bullitts are long gone. Rocking stock wheels with bald tires now lol.


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are you planning on painting the car yourself or having someone else do it?

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are you planning on painting the car yourself or having someone else do it?

I'm going to have it done professionally.


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post #10 of 10 Old January 27th, 2014, 08:50 PM
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Kinda like a cobra R deal, I like it.
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