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Your car (Camaro, Firebird, Trans Am, etc): 1992 Z-28
Use (autocross, track days/HPDE, road racing, street, etc): HPDE/AV8SS car in progress
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10 Jun 2017
I bought these and decided they aren't going to work for me. They have been mocked up, but are otherwise basically brand new. I ordered them direct from Global West.

http://www.globalwest.net/camaro-suspensio...-2001-2002.html

$220 plus freight OBO
24 May 2017
My wife's Honda was totaled Tuesday of last week. So I've been driving the Camaro daily and she's been taking my truck to work while we are car shopping. This morning she left, opened the garage door and yelled for me. The tone of her voice told me it wasn't good. I ran outside and we found my truck in my driveway on blocks with all the wheels and lug nuts missing. All of them. Apparently they needed them for their truck. I had to take her up to borrow her mom's Accord and I spent the morning chasing down parts. I'll have the new wheels tomorrow and tires as well. $3386 is the total for wheels, lug nuts, tire pressure monitor valves, and replacement tires for the ones I bought in November. Fucking awesome.
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3 May 2017
I have a Sig MPX pistol (9mm "Gen 1") that I was going to convert to an SBR. I bought it and a week later the MPX carbine became available. So, I bought that instead. This one has a couple hundred rounds through it (because we figured we should at least try it....for reference, my carbine is near 10k rounds). It includes the factory flip up sights (Sig no longer sends these with a new MPX), the handguard rail attachment pieces (still sealed in plastic bags, unopened), the box and 30 round mag. I have added a side folding Sig OEM "Pistol Stabilizing Brace" that I'll include as well (it didn't come with the MPX when I bought it).

This must ship to a dealer to be transferred in accordance with current laws.

Pics on request.

$1225 plus freight OBO

I figured I'd list them here for a bit, then they are going on Gunbroker.
13 Apr 2017
I have a Zero Tolerance 200 that is in excellent shape, but I managed to nick the black finish on the blade in a couple places. ZT has discontinued this one. It's a liner lock and a pretty large knife overall. If someone is interested in one hell of a "working knife", this is a serious one. I have the box and all original paperwork. This would be awesome as a hunting knife. The blade is seriously stout and it holds an edge very well. It's a 4" blade folding knife.

https://www.knifecenter.com/item/ZT0...ck-g10-handles

$120 shipped in the 48 states

I'll attach a couple quick pics, I took more and can send them to anybody who wants to see them. Email me at trackbird (at) gmail dot com
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27 Feb 2017
I bought one of the billet clutch reservoirs from Hawks (see link below). I was going to install it today and the tab end is a little tight in the 4th gen bracket. I figure deburring the bracket might do the trick or a light sanding to the underside of the tab. I'd spent enough time upside down under the dash today that I decided I didn't care and I just put the OEM replacement in place. I ordered this with the new rubber insert (listed as a $10 option, $110 total).


http://www.hawksmotorsports.com/84-2002-ca...-w-bracket-cap/

$80 plus freight.


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Hello, do you still have any of the "trackbrackets" for sale?
8 Feb 2012 - 3:42

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