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goldeneagle_10
01-21-2013, 09:42 AM
Sale Pending. I have received a deposit from a guy in Australia while the paperwork for import is being approved.

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The car has been very reliable for me and a pretty decent ST2 car. The times listed below were all either in qualifying or race conditions and was during my rookie season. The car has more in it and with more seat time would be even quicker. It now has a brand new vinyl wrap by Racing Graphics in Murfreesboro, TN. Looks really sharp.

With the currently Nasa rules for 2013, it can easily be ran in ST3 with no aero at 9.0 wt/hp with a slightly detune or add a little weight. Only reason for the sale is I’ve decided to go into dirt crate late model racing.

I raced the car at CMP one last time in November 2012 and the car drove very well. I was able to qualifying 3rd overall and 1st in ST2. For me, the car felt much more stable than it had been previously. The new Pfadt coilovers and Pfadt poly bushings worked well on the car.

Engine
- 2009 LS6 crate motor
- 100 octane tune
- 375 rwhp, 370 rwtq
- Stock headers, 3” x-pipe w/ catback (exhaust wrap on x-pipe)
- K&N air filter
- Ron Davis radiator
- Dual oil coolers
- Transmission cooler
- 3qt. Accusump
- Custom catch can

Suspension/brakes/drivetrain
- Pfadt single-adjustable coilover shocks
- Pfadt PolyE control arm bushings
- T1 swaybars and endlinks
- Wilwood SL6 front calipers
- Stock C5 rear calipers
- SKF hubs on the front
- Stock C5 rotors
- Hawk DTC-70 pads
- Short throw shifter (not sure on brand but is smooth and firm)
- New (installed 2009) transmission (with steel shift forks)
- SS brake lines
- DRM brake ducts

Wheels/Tires
- 1 sets of CCW Classics (17x10 fronts, 17x11 rears)
- 3 sets of Hoosier A6’s (315/35-17’s)
- 1 set of Hoosier Rains (315/35-17’s)

Body/Miscellaneous
- 2002 Z06
- Mike Tracy’s old T1 car (Finished 7th at the 2007 SCCA Runoffs)
- SCCA/NASA approved style roll cage
- 3250 minimum competition weight on 1/8 tank of fuel
- New OEM front bumper
- New OEM hood
- Hood hinges replaced with hood pins
- New Quickcar window net
- Crow 5pt. racing harness
- Recaro Pro Racer SPG XL
- Halon System
- Sparco removable steering wheel
- Longacre rearview racing mirror
- Kill switch installed on passenger window
- Apex lap timer system
- Cool suit box & lines included (all that is needed is your cool shirt)

I have a few miscellanous parts and spares that will be included with the car (extra used rotors, a few spare brake pads, extra set of doors, extra hood, etc.).

Track Results
- CMP - 1:42.370
- Road Atlanta - 1:35.294
- VIR - 2:08.450 (on my qualifying lap and going through the dirt out of hogpen… could’ve been a 2:06 or better if I hadn’t gone off course)
- Roebling Road - 1:18.937
- Nashville SS – 1:05.789

Car is located in Crossville, TN
$19,000 OBO

I can also throw in my enclosed trailer with my vette. Total package for $27,000.

This is a 2002 Pace Ralleye 28' trailer with the front 8' converted to comfortable living quarters, leaving 20' of car space. The living quarters was designed and built like a travel trailer. The walls and ceiling are insulated. A RV power converter is installed that supplies separate 110v circuits as well as 12v circuits. The trailer has air conditioning and a 12v powered vent fan. It has a custom dinette with lots of underseat storage that also can be converted to a bed. The futon folds out to 6', or can be used as a couch.

The trailer has a refrigerator and a storage shelf for a microwave. Custom hardwood cabinets will hold all the weekend's supplies. An accordion door separates the living quarters from the garage. The garage side has a pegboard wall, another 4gang 110v circuit, tiedowns for your car, and some wall racks.
Trailer has 5000lb axles with torsion suspension that is rated at 10,000 GVWR. Dry weight of the trailer is 4410 lbs without the living quarter modifications. That adds roughly 200-300 pounds. Box is 27'7" long, 8'4" wide, and interior height is 74". I haul a 2002 Corvette with plenty of room in front and behind the car to walk. The trailer pulls great behind my 06 Chevy 2500. The trailer itself is in good shape for its age. One of the previous owners dinged the front corner with a go-cart but it's not that bad and has never given me trouble. All the tires are E class rated and the spare tire is new as well. The tongue could use some new paint to touch it up.

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soccrplayrgtp
01-22-2013, 01:06 PM
sharp car GLWS

goldeneagle_10
02-05-2013, 09:19 AM
Price lowered... surely somebody is looking for a nice track car this year.

cobrabitn
02-05-2013, 10:15 PM
What are you buying to replace it with?

goldeneagle_10
02-09-2013, 06:09 PM
I'm actually going dirt late model racing once this sells. It's a total change, but it's something I've always wanted to try. New prices so someone make me an offer on it and take it home!

goldeneagle_10
02-25-2013, 01:55 PM
Prices lowered.

goldeneagle_10
03-25-2013, 11:36 AM
Prices lowered.