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1994 Ford Probe Gt Hatchback 2-door 2.5l on 2040-cars

US $4,000.00
Year:1994 Mileage:110000
Location:

Bennington, Vermont, United States

Bennington, Vermont, United States

 it is a 1994 ford probe gt2.5 with a jdm swap klze i bought the best motor cost me 2 grand for just the block  for it its brand new i put 5 thousand miles on it runs like it did when they made it its been power coated blue the whole block an valve covers are painted blue too its got high temp spark wires blue ther 130 dollars on ebay too buy them its got tune up spark plugs wires brand new disturbitor new altenator battery  stage 3 clutch act fidanza fly wheel made in japan i buy all parts made in japan cuz all other ones die an break i run ams oil in it its very expensive oil butt its best for a motor an keeps motor clean i got airintake too fron bumper with aem by pass valve so no water gets suck yup in motor  it sounds like a turbo when u shift it cuz of air intake its got obx headers greddy high flow cat cat back exhuast on dc sports muffler its got 17 inch advanti rims low pro tires made in germany i pad alot money for tires ther not cheap fron end has been put back together with new ball joints tie rods new wheel bearings front sturts are new new mounts spring same with the rear sturts all new complete body kit cw2 vis sensi just got painted this year interior is painted white an blue has fuba intena                make a offer i got more money in whut im selling it for i paid 2 grand for motor an 2500 for paint job an god knows how much in other parts its fair price for 4 grand u got car thats not need work on for another 6 yearss or more my friend is pro work on cars this is nice car i need sell it offers like 500 dont even bother offering thats insult this car has over 30 grand in parts an labor the rims are 1200  from tiere rack an tires with the set i might just keep car if i dont get 4 grand thats ripping me of anyway so 4 grand is a fair price so dont think your getting car for nothing cuz im not letting it go for nothing  4,000 is the price sorry burst your bubbles     motors clocked for 160 it will do more with over 100 horse in performance parts shes pushing 300  horse with upgrades    not sold in 3 days of auction end im keeping it not relisting ill keep it and have fastest car in town an eat up them junk honda civics an integras love it this probe is untouchable if u dont want 4 grand its your loss my gain .. thank  you

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