Craigslist is "the shit" lol I picked up this puppy New Years Eve. Runs like a champ but needs some cosmetic tweaking. I'll be changing the headlight buckets, evil eye modding the hood, de-badging the body, installing a custom trunk box , full range speakers, stereo, & painting(open to suggestions)
So far I've found the car has:
New lowering springs
20" Chrome wheels
OEM 99 Bumper
Custom Leather Seats
Custom Racing Pedals
Big Brake Kit
Drilled & Slotted Rotors
Solid Motor Mounts
Short Throw Shifter
Racing Steering Wheel
Racing Steering Wheel(too small)
Short Throw Shifter(2nd is a PIA)
Solid Motor Mounts(vibrates while idling)
New lowering springs(too low tires rub over bumps)
99 Bumper(has Mitsubishi emblem)
Fiberglass Hood(no hood shock mounts)
1992 VR4, Java Black Pearl paint ('04 STI) with combo '92/'96/'99 custom front end, Fittipaldi Force or 5Zigen FNO1-RC wheels in the summer, RPS Max pressure plate with street disk, HKS EVC Black Limited, No cats, Tanabe knockoff downpipe, Single Turbo Flamer fabricated 3" cat back, Greddy type RS recirculating BOV, K&N intake, DNP hard pipe intercooler kit, DNP pre-turbo intake pipes, 3sx fuel pump hotwire, Fuel rail loop, AEM AFPR, Fuel rail adapter & pressure gauge, Vacuum reduction - all silicone plumbing, EGR block off plates, '99 Lifters, Cianci front & rear strut bars, HHH data logging
Guy here just sold a 92TT for $2k on CL. Perfect interior 90k on miles. Body perfect just need new paint. I went and looked at 1 night could not get started. Next guy next day gets started and takes her away. Im pissed. I should have just bought car. I knew it was something with clutch as guy said clutch was replaced 3 years ago he drove home parked, went to military and when he came back no start..
Turned out to be clutch resistor or something he said.
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