Thousands has been put into the car and it is mechanically sound and drives straight as an arrow. The only issues are purely cosmetic and the car just needs to be gone over in that aspect. There are no tears in the seats and the interior is in good condition minus the headliner. I have the title in hand however I will need full payment in order to get the lien release from Navy Federal which I will overnight to the new owner. I will not take less than the listed price as there is more into the motor than that.2005 Pontiac GTO LS2 418 StrokerEdlebrock lingenfelter heads large valves ported and polished (Professionally) Comp roller rockersCustom ground comp camEagle forged rodsEagle forged crankDiamond forged 14cc dish pistons FAST 102mm intakeFAST fuel railsLingenfelter fuel pump52lb injectorsVararam ram air intakeMSD WiresHolley valve covers1000HP Rated Aluminum Drive ShaftNew slotted rotors and ceramic brakes all aroundGMM Ripper ShifterCenterforce clutchCustom tuned by Frost ECUPowder coated subframe Whiteline bushings New KYB StrutsHeadman headers into O/R X pipe into Magnaflow mufflers
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