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Old 01-06-2018, 07:19 PM   #1
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Cool Drift car - Lexus SC300 - SC530 - LS Swapped - Cage

Losing interest in drifting, haven't gone to any events in more than 6 months, and this is just sitting. Plus, I want to buy a GT-R, so this is where the funds will go.

Here's the complete and extremely thorough build thread. If you're serious about the car, EVERYTHING is absolutely covered in there with a ton of pictures. Nothing was spared. Everything in the engine build is brand new, EVERYTHING, to ensure 110% reliability. It has never failed me, not one hiccup, and ready to make it your own, finish it, and take it to the track.


Also, the album of all the photos in that build thread

Video to the dyno tune:

Drifting Videos:

Highlights of the car listed below, BUT please refer to my build thread for details.

-1992 Lexus SC300
-Clean title
-Insured and registered
-Cage done by 18 fab and tig welded
-Interior and bay painted white by Eleven's
-Professionally valued at $14,000 by an appraiser (did this for insurance purposes. Your insurance on the car will cost about 50/month for FULL coverage for the FULL AMOUNT OF THE $14,000. So if this get's stolen, crashed, or anything else, you will be completely covered for the $14,000. I can set you up with the same insurance agent I went through, totally legit.)

-Fueled racing LS swap kit for the SC chassis
-This is the first kit ever built. My car was used as a prototype mock-up by Fueled to bring this kit to the market. Best kit you can buy. Period. Everything is included and nothing is spared.
-CNC aluminum and poly mounts
-Moroso baffled high capacity oil pan
-Easy chance oil filter relocation
- -6 steel braided earls fuel lines and earls fittings
-Power steering lines conversion and adapter fittings
-Stainless steel long tube headers
-1 piece driveshaft

-340HP and 320TQ to the wheels
-3,600 miles on the engine and transmission. Full broken in.
-2002 5.3 LS iron block completely rebuilt with ARP everything and done by a very old friend and extremely experienced and meticulous machinist that I would trust with my own life. I won't take my engines anywhere else.
-LS6 Intake
-LSA cam, beehive springs
-Dyno tuned by NicD (arguably best LS tuner in AZ)
-Aluminum high capacity radiator with -16 steel braided hoses and AN fittings
-2002 T56 out of a camaro and completely rebuilt with all the bells and whistles to make sure it'll hold up to 700-800 lb ft of torque. MGW shifter, best shifter in the market for T56's.
-Many Many other details but it's all covered in the build thread, this is just to highlight the key areas
-Welded 4.10 diff by 18fab (perfect gearing for the T56. You can drift in 3rd gear all day and still be at 2500RPM at 85MPH)

Suspension, brakes, and steering:
-Stance GR+ coilovers
-Kazama sway bar
-Modified steering knuckles done by Battle Version/Alex Pfieffer
-Brand new steering rack
-Extended wheel studs
-Varstoen ES2 polished wheels 18x10.5
-Dual caliper bracket included but not installed
-Supra TT original calipers and rotors
-ABS delete with steel braided lines

-Fiberglass racing seats with G-force 5 point harness
-NRG hub and steering wheel
-Speedhut gauges and custom cluster
-Body harness on a switch panel

There's a ton of things I'm not listing, since I'm only covering the high level overview of the car. Nothing was spared in building this, took 2 years, over 22k (I'm not kidding, I have all the receipts), and it's track ready. You just need to work on the cosmetics. That's it.

Doing a proper LS swap alone will cost you at least 10k, and that's not with rebuilding everything to the level I have, and buying everything new. You're seriously getting a fucking steal buying this done already and just having to do some paint and body work to finish it.

I want $12,000 OR $11,000 if you pay me in Bitcoin. I'm serious. NO TRADES. Like I said, I'm just over this whole drifting thing and just want to buy a GT-R. Everyone always says this, but this is seriously my loss and your gain, big time. Take my word for it, if you want a drift car, this is your best option to get into drifting and still finish the car and make it your own. I don't regret it, it was a lot of fun while it lasted and a great learning experience. I'm losing 10k+ from what I've put in, but live and learn.

You can reach me on my cell 602-738-3532. My name is Joel.

P.S. If you're within reasonable distance from AZ, I can also deliver the car.
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Old 01-06-2018, 07:24 PM   #2
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I'll get some more recent pics, but it still looks the same. Also, happy to facetime anyone if you want to check the car out over video.

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