Thinking of parting away with my beloved 2002. Would try to put it up on "BAT" auction.
What do you guys think I could get for it... See description below, with a link to a photo album.
Engine / Drivetrain / Other:
- Differential fluids
- Driveshaft guibo replaced
- Bosch distributor cap with new cables
- Spark plugs
- Throttle cable
- Rebuilt front brake caliper
- Brake pads
- Stainless steel brake lines front and back
- New Kopi 15 inch Alpina wheel replicas
- New Tires
- New IE Engine mounts
- Shifter upgrade/refresh
- New transmission mount
- New ANSA dualtip center exhaust
- New H&R Sport springs
- New Ball joints
- New Bilstein Heavy-Duty strut inserts
- New Strut bearings
- Ireland Engineering fixed camber plates
- New Tie Rods and Center Link Rod
- New Wheel bearings
- New IE urethane Control arm bushings
- New IE Swaybar end links
- New H&R sport springs.
- Used Bilstein HD struts
Body work was performed by a shop in Indiana, exterior only. Not a perfect paint job itself, however it was totally stripped down
to bare metal, rust cut out and new sheet metal welded inplace. No bondo. All body work progress was photographed daily, and pictures are available for
a potential buyer. Molding and Trim DELETE. The mounting holes were welded. Trim that is currently on a car is fixed with 3M double-sided tape.
Can be removed.
- Ireland Engineering front air dam
- Ireland Engineering rear fiberglass bumper painted in a same color as the car.
- Full LED Taillight upgrade from "Classic Auto LEDS"
- New OEM front windshield and rear window gaskets.
- New OEM sunroof gasket is available with the car, just not installed.
- Interior seats/vinyl need to be fixed or replaced. These are torn and no longer comfortable.
- Dashboard has one crack.
- Engine is still running strong, however white puff of smoke comes out of exhaust when let go of a gas pedal from higher RPMs.
My original plan was to send the engine to "Top-End Performance" in CA this winter and have them do a performance rebuild on this engine.
- Aluminum trim around the windows is in a pretty "tired" state...