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  1. So with some great life changing events these last two weeks come with the hard decision to put up my 1976 2002 upgraded restomod for sale. I've owned this car for 4+ years now and have really enjoyed building it to where it is. There are some minor details to be finished up but all the hard work is done. Basically we found our dream home and went into escrow 2 days ago. I don't see myself having time to enjoy this car in the next few months as moving and remodeling will take up all my time. I'm typing this while I'm at work (don't worry I'm self employed ;-) so I'm sure I'm forgetting some details that I will add later. All the work is professionally done and almost everything is new or refurbished during the build. There is easily $30k into the car not including the car itself. I have a file of invoices over 2" thick dating back to the 90s. I believe this car is worth easily $25-$30k when completed but with my home closing next month I just won't have time with my busy schedule. This car is a running driving car. What needs to be finished can be done by yourself in your own garage. Also all the hardware (nuts and bolts) was replaced with new stainless or cad plated whenever possible during assembly. Body - Professionally stripped to body and USA diving bumper holes, side markets and engine bay shaved - All glass engine and and trim removed and painted Bristol Gray - All new seals and trim used when reassembling glass and all accessories. - Electrical harness cleaned and sorted and relays relocated for a clean shaved look - Floors stripped and modern sound deadening added - No rust repair needed as this was a Texas and SW car - All suspension and wheel wells finished and painted - Lower knew trim removed and shaved - Upper trim polished but needs reassembly - New windshield installed with new seals Interior - New carpet - New door cards - New leather door panels to be installed - New headliner already professionally installed - New Corbeau seats - New Blaupunkt deck to be installed - Stereo speakers and wiring - Dash has cap and in good shape - Newer Momo steering wheel - Rear seats need to be recovered or rear seat delete panels done - New trunk panels made and covered in premium vinyl Drivetrain - Rebuilt engine (done by previous owner) - New Dual Weber Carburaters - New billet lightened flywheel - New clutch - New water pump and belts - New Header (IE) - New IE Stainless Steel Exhaust - New plug and wires - Getrag 5-speed transmission with IE driveshaft and conversion parts - New aluminum racing radiator - New electric fan - New radiator hoses (all replaced) - New fuel lines - New fuel pump and filter Brakes/Suspension - Lowering springs (eibach I think but ill have to double check) - Stainless steel brake lines - Front upper strut tower bar - Rear Race TEP strut tower bar with battery relocation - Optima Red battery with all new wiring and terminals What needs to be completed - Sunroof reinstalled - temporary installed in there just need completion - Back seat recovered or seat delete panels finsished - AC installed if desired - have all parts collected - Stereo deck installed - New leather door panels installed on new door cards - Rear diff input seal replaced - Belt-line trim re-installed - Miscellaneous checking of everything to be ready for daily driver duty This is my 3rd 2002 so I'm sure I'll be in another in the future but with this and two Porsches, it just doesn't make sense right now. First 3 pics is the current completed condition of the car but I've included the progress build pics to show the detail. BTW my 1975 911 is for sale too if anyone is in the market lol. I'm pricing this for less then whats been spent on just parts on the upgrades so I don't have a lot of room to negotiate. Car is located in Chandler AZ and I'd be happy to help coordinate shipping domestically or internationally. Please email me directly at goldenjadeinc at g mail com if you like or text me at (four8zero) three88-seven8three8
  2. 1974 2002. For full disclosure I just purchased this car, but found a 91 M5 for sale, so one of my three has to go now. Purchased from Knoxville TN from the elderly owner who drove it about 200 miles a year. He owned it the last 8 years and before that it was a Florida car. The car is has no rot and was painted black 5 tears ago and was garaged afterwards. 5 Speed close ratio transmission (not original to the car) dual 45 Webers ( just tuned) Behr AC ( not working but, installed (the costliest part)) Front and rear seats reupholstered new black carpet New headliner front recaro seats KYB shocks and springs new tires ceramic headers all new upper chrome trim all new door, trunk,and window seals Excellent bare metal respray More... serviced yesterday at Kormans in Greensboro, NC clean clear title i drove it from Knoxvile, TN to Wilmington NC without a hitch. i'm dropping it off at a local European service shop to repair the AC and will raise the price the cost of its repair if it doesn't sell first. [email protected] 503-970-2276
  3. After tinkering around and testing these for a while it is time to make it official! ---------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Custom Stainless Steel Fuel Rail for M10’s with Weber Sidedrafts. Equipping the 2002 with sidedraft carburetors is a time-honored tradition. However, too often a sloppy (or over-imposing) fuel system setup can somewhat dampen the visual effect. This stainless steel rail simply is a classy way to setup the fuel feed for the Weber carburetors. Inspiration was taken from vintage Aston Martin and Ferrari engines (not to mention plenty of hotrods). The rail is made from thick-walled seamless stainless steel tubing. It is brazed together using a high-silver content brazing alloy that offers the ductility required in this application. Available in four styles: V1) Front Feed Straight - For those running a mechanical fuel pump with fuel pipes 180° of each other. V2) Front Feed Bent - For setups running a mechanical fuel pump with fuel pipes 90° of each other. V3) Back Feed Bent towards Fender - For setups running an adjustable fuel pressure regulator above the brake booster mounting bracket or inner fender near the A-pillar. V4) Back Feed Bent towards Stock Fuel Feed - For setups running a hose directly to the clear fuel-hose feed that comes out the firewall. -------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Price: $125 each + shipping via FedEx. Includes Fuel Rail and new Banjo-fitting washers. Purchasing: You can PM or email me ([email protected]) directly to purchase. It will also be available through your favorite vintage-parts suppliers in the coming weeks (if you are putting together a larger order). Application Notes: Not recommended for setups that utilize rubber isolation spacers. Custom rail designs and/or different vehicle applications considered upon request (just shoot me an email). V1: V2: V3: V4:
  4. First Pics of my new Motor from Korman Auto Works. Painting and curing over the weekend and assembly on Monday. Awesome!
  5. It is assembled and almost ready to be shipped back. Can't wait. I may miss my self-imposed target date of July 23rd,(my 52nd Birthday) but who cares, It's a KORMAN MOTOR!!

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