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Old 07-11-2017, 01:48 PM   #1
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FS 1990 S13 TWIN TURBO LS1 rocket bunny CCW A1 PROJECT (WILLING TO SELL CHASSIS)

Its about time to part with my project.
Almost 90% of the parts are brand new. The only thing truly missing to finish the car are the seT of heads and injectors, and to your preference wire the car. If not you may use the wiring harness I currently have.
The bottom end is assembled, the LS3 heads are assembled, they are all hardened valves with dual springs etc. They just need to be mated to the block and engine assembled.
All of the custom parts and or metal fabrication was professionally done with Shiva at Straightline motorsports in Tamarac Fl.
In just metal Fab parts there are over $20k in invoices.
I will try to detail to the best of my knowledge below a small summary of parts and mods, but please keep in mind there are many more things with this build that I can possibly remember.

Please feel free to contact me. Enrique @ 305-923-1260
I will gladly answer any questions or send more detailed pictures, facetime etc for serious buyers.

I am willing to sell or trade for other toys.
Price is $28,000 OBO.
I COULD SELL ROLLING CHASSIS SEPARATELY.


  • The car is a 1990 S13 (Clean title in hand)
  • Rocket Bunny body kit
  • Grey Scion TC grey paint
  • Custom Fiberglass hood to fit intake and turbos.
  • CCW mesh wheels, Mickey Thompson Street comp up front, ET Street outback.
  • Roll Cage with gusset plates to chassis as well, NHRA specs.
  • Front tubular strut towers to bumper support and led headlamp and intercooler mounts with gussets etc.
  • Rear tubular bumper support with parachute.
  • Sparco seat belts.
  • Sparco seats.
  • New window moldings throughout
  • Z32 brakes front and back, back E brake conversion correctly done etc.
  • LS1 bottom end, with Wiseco pistons, and Carrillo I beam rods (The bottom end is completely assembled and just machined ready to be mated to new heads.
  • ATI engine damper.
  • Custom ground cam.
  • Heads, I have oem LS3 heads with some valve work done, however I recommend to use aftermarket heads. This is basically the only missing parts to the engine build.
  • Aeromotive A1000 fuel pump mounted and Fuel regulator. All AN lines with nylon braided hoses.
  • Custom Radiator with AN16 lines.
  • Dual Tial Blow off valves and Wastegates.
  • Precision 62-66 billet turbos. (Housings recently polished.)
  • Custom intercooler.
  • Custom cold piping. All Vband. (Recently polished)
  • Custom Tubular turbo manifolds.
  • Custom down pipes. All VBand.
  • Custom aluminum exhaust. All VBand.
  • Custom Catch can All AN lines.
  • ACT dual disk clutch and flywheel assembly.
  • Custom Intake manifold.
  • Custom aluminum valve covers, not pictured.
  • Driveshaft shop rear axles.
  • Nismo Rear LSD.
  • All Suspension parts aftermarket, as well as rear subframe mounts and reinforced subframe.
And many more parts not listed. Please look at the project pictures.
Car is located in Miami, FL.





















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Old 07-11-2017, 01:52 PM   #2
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Damm thing is nice man! Nice choice of color as well!
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This is pretty much the exact build that i have been planning to do. Man i know the price is going to be steep. I'm just curious what you're thinking of asking.
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Old 07-11-2017, 04:27 PM   #5
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This is pretty much the exact build that i have been planning to do. Man i know the price is going to be steep. I'm just curious what you're thinking of asking.
Thanks guys.

Honestly I would appreciate the forum to help me price it.
I have been away from the 240 scene for a few years so I'm not 100% up to date on demands etc.

Any help appreciated!
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Old 07-12-2017, 01:59 AM   #6
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awesome car man.

Good shit.
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Old 07-12-2017, 08:21 AM   #7
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Wow. Insane build.
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at first I was like man this thing is ugly af from the front....but then I saw the hood popped open and was like well then....I like it! GLWS hope you get roughly around what you're asking for in your head! haha
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Here's my take on pricing. This isn't addressing your car specifically, but rather 240’s in general.

As soon as an S-chassis exceeds $15,000, it becomes exceedingly more difficult to sell. Regardless of the perceived value of the vehicle or if the price can be justified with a laundry list of modifications, I feel like they just don’t move very quickly. I see a lot of nice builds on here for a long time waiting for the right buyer. Perhaps it’s because when your get into that price range there are a lot more performance vehicles to consider.

As far is car is concerned, I have no idea where to begin with pricing it. It clearly has an absolute boatload of money under the hood, so I can’t imagine what its worth or who the target buyer would be.

Good Luck! Looks like it’s a hell of a ride.

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Old 07-13-2017, 12:09 PM   #10
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Here's my take on pricing. This isn't addressing your car specifically, but rather 240ís in general.

As soon as an S-chassis exceeds $15,000, it becomes exceedingly more difficult to sell. Regardless of the perceived value of the vehicle or if the price can be justified with a laundry list of modifications, I feel like they just donít move very quickly. I see a lot of nice builds on here for a long time waiting for the right buyer. Perhaps itís because when your get into that price range there are a lot more performance vehicles to consider.

As far is car is concerned, I have no idea where to begin with pricing it. It clearly has an absolute boatload of money under the hood, so I canít imagine what its worth or who the target buyer would be.

Good Luck! Looks like itís a hell of a ride.
Thanks bud, you are spot on.

I honestly haven't put a number on it for that reason.
It cant be priced in perspective to the amount of money put into it.

I am aware of the great loss that I am taking, however I didn't spend my money on this car thinking it was an investment. For that I would spent it on properties etc.

That being said I am open to trades.
I think this would be a considerable option to a person who might not have a ton of cash up front for a build, but does have a nice vehicle of value to barter.

Great Day everyone!
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I am even willing to barter the car with no powertrain.

I could keep the drivetrain and stuff it in an older Apache truck or something.
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honestly i think you'd be better off selling the engine setup separately.

looks like a massive amount of $ under the hood, and a ton of work into the car itself
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Just priced the car and posted it.

Thanks everyone!
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Nice setup sir and fantastic work putting this together. As noted above, anytime the sales price for a car is above X value (I think its more like $12.5 to $13k) people have a hard time selling a car together. The community here doesnt typically bite at anything over that price range. To sell here you would most likely have to part the setup or head over to LS based forums and see if those guys with deeper pockets will snag it up. I have seen high value cars sold on those forums.

Good luck with sale sir. Impressive fabrication and execution.
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Nice setup sir and fantastic work putting this together. As noted above, anytime the sales price for a car is above X value (I think its more like $12.5 to $13k) people have a hard time selling a car together. The community here doesnt typically bite at anything over that price range. To sell here you would most likely have to part the setup or head over to LS based forums and see if those guys with deeper pockets will snag it up. I have seen high value cars sold on those forums.

Good luck with sale sir. Impressive fabrication and execution.
Thanks for the kind words sir. Absolutely agree with you.

I haven't resorted to listing it on the LS forum due to the following:

I am interested in possibly parting with everything except the drivetrain. (I could keep that and stick it under an older pickup truck etc.)

Therefore, guys if there is anyone interested in the rolling chassis feel free to send over offers.
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Yes sir. Still available
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The real problem with S-Chassis cars is people who don't have money drive them. People start out in an S Chassis and then move on to other platforms. S Chassis cars are old, they are tough to get loans on because of their age, or cluster swaps so mileage isn't accurate. No bank will loan money on a car with a known swapped cluster or a 1990. Even if you do find a bank would lend on this car, they sure as shit aren't lending $30,000 on it, they will loan KBB value on it, or about $2,000. Someone with $30,000 is smart enough to know they shouldn't buy a car for $30,000 that is worth $2,000 to his insurance company. This car will be nearly impossible to sell as is. Sell the roller for $2000 and keep the drivetrain. You already acknowledged you're going to take a loss. I don't think you realize how big of a loss you're going to have to take to get rid of it.

Why are you selling it? Why not just finish it and enjoy it? I look at it like this, you could probably finish the car for $5,000 or sell it and it would cost you god only knows how much in the loss you'd have to take to move it. Then while you're enjoying it, have a for sale sticker on it. Maybe someone sees you run a 9 sec quarter mile and loves the car and pays you close to what you want for it. In non-running condition, you're going to have SUCH a hard time selling.

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Wow!!!! Glws man I love how ppl pour there passion into what they build!!! The chassis alone is worth $5k
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The real problem with S-Chassis cars is people who don't have money drive them. People start out in an S Chassis and then move on to other platforms. S Chassis cars are old, they are tough to get loans on because of their age, or cluster swaps so mileage isn't accurate. No bank will loan money on a car with a known swapped cluster or a 1990. Even if you do find a bank would lend on this car, they sure as shit aren't lending $30,000 on it, they will loan KBB value on it, or about $2,000. Someone with $30,000 is smart enough to know they shouldn't buy a car for $30,000 that is worth $2,000 to his insurance company. This car will be nearly impossible to sell as is. Sell the roller for $2000 and keep the drivetrain. You already acknowledged you're going to take a loss. I don't think you realize how big of a loss you're going to have to take to get rid of it.

Why are you selling it? Why not just finish it and enjoy it? I look at it like this, you could probably finish the car for $5,000 or sell it and it would cost you god only knows how much in the loss you'd have to take to move it. Then while you're enjoying it, have a for sale sticker on it. Maybe someone sees you run a 9 sec quarter mile and loves the car and pays you close to what you want for it. In non-running condition, you're going to have SUCH a hard time selling.

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Thank you for the kind words sir.

Ive lost motivation on this project honestly, just working and completing other projects etc and life in general.
However my son saw me list this here the other day and now hes harassing me to finish it, so im inclining to finish it.
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That front end is fucking hideous...but if it's seemingly a purpose built car, get in in. Free bump regardless and glws
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Bump, had a pending trade for an S15 but backed out.

Available again. prefer to trade.
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I probably just didn't see it in the original thread, but what kind da price are you looking for for just the shell?
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BUMP!! Make offers on the rolling chassis, I might have found something stick the engine setup in and I can part with the rolling chassis.
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