It's a 2002 Grand Prix GTP. My family has owned many 3800-equipped cars over the years, but this is the first supercharged one. I know the 3800 SC is a popular swap for Fiero owners, but until I drove this car I had no way of knowing what a huge difference the supercharger makes. If I ever get the world's slowest Quad 4 swap done in my '87 coupe, I know what the next one will be.
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So what's the hold up on this swap? I'd like to see another Quad 4 swap some to fruition. I'd help you if you were closer. Shayne
It's been a tough year. Most of the delays have been caused by problems with other vehicles, but I'm dealing with something much, much worse these days. I know that's kind of cryptic but the forum doesn't need to know about my problems.
I've got a 2000GTP in the hopes someone would smash in the back of it while commuting to work. I've owned it for about 2 years now and love it. Easy to squeal the tires. I highly recommend changing the supercharger oil and coolant tho.
That looks like the deep cherry color. You might have the GTP 40th Anniversary Edition. I believe it's modified to run faster than the standard GTP. They came in 2 dr & 4 door. Yank that engine right away.
------------------ "Kilgore Trout once wrote a short story which was a dialogue between two pieces of yeast. They were discussing the possible purposes of life as they ate sugar and suffocated in their own excrement. Because of their limited intelligence, they never came close to guessing that they were making champagne." - Kurt Vonnegut
Yes, it is the 40th anniversary edition, and it is awesome.
The car is in great shape. We bought it from the daughter of the original owner, who doesn't drive anymore. The family took excellent care of it. They even had the window sticker. It would be a crime to separate the engine from the car.
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