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You might try listing it on Ebay as I have sold a few vehicles on there for decent money when the local paper or CL was not working , always somebody out there that wants what you have provided it is priced reasonably. Many of my car sales happen after the auction is over but ebay did it's job by getting me lookers that did turn into a buyer. Last one I listed only was $42 I believe for the 10 day auction.
My GF had the same car you want to part with. Suggestion, just hang in there and you will find that for every seat there is an a**! It took her awhile (5 months) but she sold and got her price. Now a proud owner of a Pontiac Solstice which she just loves. Good luck.
That's pretty awesome with the engine transplant. Lots of guys do it.
No, I am impatient because I want in that C5 in the worst way. I don't want to do the Porsche thing anymore. It's a great car - don't get me wrong, but I've always want a Vette, why shouldn't I go for it? There is an endless amount of them in my area.
I'm on Pelican Parts now and just have to renew my dues on Rennlist before I can list classified there. Ebay will be next. My biggest issue is that you can buy Turbos all day long for $9000 or less, but you can't find one like mine very often. So unless someone wants one in the condition mine is in, they're buying the $9000 one.
A quick question though: any major concerns between standard or automatic transmissions?