2nd owner since 1998. Less than 122k miles. Driven sparingly for the past 10 years. Original paint in good condition considering the age. Car has always been stored indoors. Interior is in great condition. Only wear in the upholstery or carpet is the drivers floor mat where your right heal goes. Transmission rebuilt with stall converter in 2001. Have original stall converter. Engine is all original except for K&N air filter and a chip. Borla cat-back exhaust with plates. Upgraded 17x9" SLP Engineering SS style wheels. Tires and wheels are from 2002. Have original "salad shooter" 16x8 wheels. Car has been lowered with LG Motorsports progressive springs and KYB adjustable shocks. Edelbrock LCAs have replaced the flimsy stock ones. Have competition grade stereo in it from 2000 time frame. Rockford Fosgate twin amps power dual 8" DVC Rockford Fosgate 8s in the back well area and MB Quart 6.5" components in the door and Alpine head unit. Have factory head unit. This has been my baby since I bought it out of high school but I just don't get the time to do anything with it anymore. I have a 2 year old now and am going to get back into ATV riding by getting a Side-by-Side to ride with him. Would love to keep this for years to come, but have too many toys just gathering dust now. More information available upon request.
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