I could prob get it for 7500. But then I have mine. It's a t-top 85gt.
I'd sell you my 5.7 L V8 Archie done swap (Calif smog legal) with 5 speed for not too much more than that. Ferrari replica body and interior thrown in with the deal. If you don't like the car, swap the engine / cradle assembly into your car. PM me if intertested.
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I did that swap myself, wrapped the car in vinyl, rebuilt the stock brakes and upgraded the suspension. I spent almost 5K total on everything, some stuff I could have spent less on, and others I got used for a great price. From what I've read this isn't too far off other peoples' expenditures. I got a donor car for $400, and had to buy a used transmission for $200 because the one int he donor was slipping. Mounts are almost $500 if you buy them from a vendor. Wiring I did myself, but it'd cost $400-$800 from a vendor. Tuning the PCM can be pretty expensive, budget $250 if you send it off to Sinister. It is a ton of work, if you replace, paint, repair, and generally upgrade or fix everything you touch it'll take you a while. If you just slap the motor in there it'll be faster, but you'll never be able to clean or refresh the subframe and parts once the engine is in the car. Jessica
1986 White Fastback / Grey interior Fresh rebuild and bore on a 3800SC engine (just shy of 1200 miles on it) ZZP VS Cam( I think or XP I'll have to double check) 60 Lb Deka Injectors 3.4 Modular Pulley Ported and polished blower 4 Speed Muncie Initial tune done by Ryan(he said to give it 3000 miles before trying to final tune it) Spec 3 Clutch ZZP Powerlog Custom Flowmaster exhaust (cut trunk) Grand AM brake upgrade 17" Wheels Boost Gauge( will need some fiberglass work to install the pod) Rebuilt headlights - Dickman kit and swapped motors. AC and heat connected and work.
Now i've got to sell mine HA. 1985 98000 miles v6 auto with t-tops and lots of work done on it.
Also I have some questions. The guy installed what he called a steal switch but it's a primer switch for the fuel pump. How can I get rid of that? By wiring it back the the switch in the key location? If the car has sat you have to prime it for a few seconds then she starts up no problem.