This car drives excellent and like a new totally restored car. The engine was rebuilt by the previous owner. When the engine was rebuilt, all worn parts were replaced for the new, high quality parts. I have all paper work on the rebuilt engine. The rebuilt engine has the same life time as a completely new engine and does not have any mechanical problems. So, since the engine has been restored, it does not matter at all if the previous mileage of the odometer was high or not. This is an explanation for people who don't understand mechanical restorations and keep asking me questions about the mileage. I just had to replace an odometer because it broke and this is why I attached a mileage explanation below:
•The mileage on my title is 84130, when i bought this car, the previous owner rebuilt engine at 82000, the 2000 miles was the break in on the engine that previous owner used so that, i start counting the mileage at 82000. When I was driving the car the odometer stopped working at 91386. Then, I didn't drive this car for a while until I replaced the broken odometer with another odometer showing 96400 miles. After that, I drove this car approximately for 2000 miles. So, the total mileage on a rebuilt engine is around 12000 miles. The previous owner replaced the original odometer because it broke also. In this case, disregard the history of the original mileage on the odometer of this car, because the previous owner rebuild the whole engine and replaced an odometer. Things that don't work: sun roof, cruise control, washer. I have extra parts for this car, such as new battery, new alternator with a regulator, short shiftier, sun roof motor and other mis. parts.
The previous owner also rebuilt the bottom end, replaced all bearings and used his own ring set, new gasket set, seals, new timing belt, new rollers, water pump. Also he installed a new clutch, slave cylinder, master cylinder at the time when the engine was out of the car for rebuilding. Machine shop reworked the head. Transmission was taken out and inspected for any problems at the same time when the engine was rebuilt. Transmission is an excellent condition. Also, the previous owner installed new brake rotors, new calipers, new koni struts, new turbo charger. The body panel is excellent and does not have any rust. The underside of the car is very clean. The car passed inspection every year. The list of parts I replaced are following: new tires, new alternator with a new regulator, new starter, new battery, new AC compressor, new AC drier, new condenser, several new relays, new turbo cooler, plugs and wires, two cooling fans. I restored the whole interior, including a new dash and carpet. This car runs and shifts like it should. Turbo works excellent. Previous owner painted the car, so the paint looks great. This car has never been in an accident and it is reliable. Recently I bought Pontiac Trans AM Firebird, and this is my new project. I don't need two sport cars now. This is why I am selling. I have extra parts for this car such as short shiftier, extra new battery, new alternator. I have a folder with a list of parts that were replaced by the previous owner. This car have a clear title. I can send you more pictures upon your request. If you are interested, please call me at 571-299-3562 after 6:30pm or send e-mail. Ask Ron.