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'93 Camaro Z28 w/ 385
'08 Sky Redline w/ FP 68HTA turbo
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Jae
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Your car (Camaro, Firebird, Trans Am, etc): 1993 Camaro Z28
Use (autocross, track days/HPDE, road racing, street, etc): HPDE/TT
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22 Mar 2014
For Sale is my Black '93 hard top Camaro. Car runs strong. I will not part out or split up with trailer.
First $5,000 takes it. PM me.

Has the following mods:

Body/Chassis:
stripped interior
aluminum dash
front bumper removed/replaced with aluminum structure
pinned carbon fiber hood
Blaine adjustable spoiler
door windows removed
Autopower bolt in 4 point roll bar
Kirkey aluminum seats (2)
6 point belts
Removable steering wheel

Suspension/Brakes/Wheels
UMI rod-ended front upper and lower A arms
Corvette front brake kit, LS rear brakes
Blaine Fab brake cooling kit
Stranno sway bar
Unbalanced Engineering torque arm
UMI rod-ended panhard rod (lowered)
UMI rod-ended control arms (lowered)
Fikse 17" wheels. two are 11.5" wide and two are 10" wide
2 Hoosier R6 295/35-17 (two track days) and 2 Kumho V710 315/35-17 (one track day)
KW Variant 3 double adjustable, height adjustable coilovers

Engine/drivetrain:
385 ci stroked and bored LT1
LS style ignition and ECU (no optispark!)
Scat forged crank and rods
SRP -10cc pistons
Lloyd Elliot spec cam
TEA/TFS 200cc Heads
Canton Road Racing oil pan
Afco Racing Radiator with integrated oil cooler
Hooker long tube headers
custom exhaust (Blaine Fab) with loud and Laguna Seca mufflers
438whp on a Mustang dyno (500hp at crank)
T56 built 6 speed transmission
McCleod twin disk clutch
aluminum drive shaft
LPW Ultimate rear end cover with axle tube brace kit on 10 bolt

Trailer:
Two axle custom trailer with large tool box
This thing is BUILT like a tank!
Holds up to 8 tires on rack
Tires in good shape
Pulls very nice

PM me for pics. I don't know how to post them.
6 Feb 2010
Just picked up another Camaro. I am planning on building it up for track duty with an eventual eye toward AIX. It has a fresh LS6 with a bigger cam. long tubes, ported intake and street tune. I need to put some bigger brakes, a race seat and 315 wheels and adjust the shims in the rear end and see how she performs at the next track day. This is my first LSx based engine so a new learning curve for me. In addition to the above, plans are to put in a 6 point cage, gut the interior, install a detachable steering wheel, standard suspension stuff+decoupled torque arm, and eventually ported heads. It should put out 420ish whp according to its last dyno session as is. It is painted Orange with a black top and black functional hood scoop. I will try to keep it nice looking (as opposed to my '93 which is "function first"). Am I officially "Camaro Crazy" with two?
31 Dec 2007
My wife has decided she would like a used base-model 911 as her daily driver. I have always been enamored with the car myself so I won't push back too hard. I plan to sell another car to help finance the transaction (2004 Mazdaspeed Miata). I began looking at the 996 version (1998-2004 I think) as they seemed to be better priced than earlier and later years. I started reading Porsche boards and started hearing about some issues with this series engines resulting in serious engine failures. Plus this version does not have the body styling she likes (wide hips) like the 993 model. of course the 993 was the last of the air cooled 911's so they are priced at a premium. For a car 7 years older, they are $10 grand more.

As we look for the perfect 911 within our budget, what should we stay away from, what should we look for, are the 996's reliable or should we stay with the older and higher $ 993's? Any input is greatly appreciated.

Jae
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