my thoughts exactly :screwy:SRT Mike said:A 2000GTS is worth, what, low 50's? I don't think he even has $40k of upgrades if you added up the MSRP of the parts.
This guy is asking a premium price for his car, and then he added up the receipts for the $$ he spent, added in a few more grand, and that's what he's asking.
Won't sell for even close to that. He'd be lucky to get $65k for it, IMO.
It doesnt look like the paxton kit. The production paxton kits have different intercooler setups and the intake system definitely looks different. It looks like the inlet tube says "vortech" on it in the picture. Maybe that was added after the fact? Unless this was a prototype unit, it doesnt look like the production paxton kits ive seen.Jerome said:ORIGINAL OWNER of 2000 GTS Viper dynomometered at 730 Horse Power
Black Exterior with Factory Silver Stripes and Unique Factory Cognac Leather Interior
Paxton Inter-Cooled Supercharger and Performance UniChip
StopTec Big Brakes
Kenwood Music Keg
Clifford Alarm System with Black-Jack Hi-Jack
Wireless Cruise Control
Hard Wired Valentine One Radar Detector
Corsa 3 Inch Exhaust
Forged Pistons and Rods with a Balanced Engine
New Clutch Assembly
Custom Shift Knob
Engine Cooling Fan with Adjustable Timer When Engine is Turned Off
Only 750 Miles on the Performance Up Graded Engine and Clutch
Vehicle has NEVER Been Raced and Has Been Stored Inside, Never used in Rain
PERFECT and IMMACULATE CONDITION
That is the new Patxon kit isn't it?
I wonder who did the work? DC is in Ca. is he not?
Where is Marin county anyway?
Chuck 98 RT10 said:20,000 miles and 730hp and then he adds the following line... "Vehicle has NEVER Been Raced and Has Been Stored Inside, Never used in Rain"
Uh huh. Sure.
Youre right it is a Paxton Novi. The bracing for the cross tube looks similar to the production Paxton kit. The Water to air intercooler and the plubming looks different. Its also strange how the intake tube is a Vortech piece, otherwise I would be guessing that this is one of the prototype Paxton cars? I HEARD there was one (I may be wrong) that lost an engine, and had a new one built with JE pistons etc, this may be that very car? Thing is, I believe that was done by a shop in SOCAL I think. Who knows...Jerome said:Says Novi on the blower itself. Looks like a water to air i/c also.
I will look for pics of the Paxton setup anyway.