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Old 10-17-2011, 09:14 AM   #21
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Year: 2003
Make: Chevrolet
Model: Corvette
Price: $25000
Mileage: 9000000
Private or Dealer Listing: Private Listing
Location (State): LA
Color: Black
Transmission: Automatic
Drivetrain: Rear Wheel Drive
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Wanted to answer a few questions. The pillar gauges are Boost and AFR and they are made by AEM. Mounted low in front of the drivers seat is an Autometer trans temp. The green LED light is for the meth system and the small red LED lights are a low pressure warning for the turbo oiling system. The red toggle switch is the trans brake...it is covered because i didn't want to accidently activate it. There is a small round switch in between the drivers seat and the center console which is the electric exhaust cutouts. Thanks
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Old 10-17-2011, 09:24 AM   #22
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killer ride man, i dont even know why you would want a t56 in there, just hit the gas and hold on, thats how all turbo cars should be, free bump for a sick sick ride,glws
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Thanks bob! Yes, an auto is the only way to go with big turbo power.
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I just received a deposit on the car.....i'll update the thread if something changes. Thanks guys!
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Well.....what a terrible ending to a great car. The car was sold but waiting on inspection/funding from the new buyer and this happened today. I just parked the car after arriving at work and 15 minutes or so later, up in flames! Myself and others tried to fight it with extinguishers but could not keep up..... No one was hurt so it was a good day! p.s...IMHO, it was a Bad MoFo!!!
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Holy ****! sorry to hear that man.
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Goddamn, that sucks. Is that covered under insurance, or..?
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Wtf? Gotta see what happened here.
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Not sure wtf happened..... it was running awesome!! The fire chief said he was going to call it "undetermined source" or something like that. I hope i don't get reamed too bad with insurance. It was my daily driver so i had normal insurance, was not able to get Grundy insurance because i drive it everyday
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so does the guy who was buying it have his money still?
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That sucks really bad! Hope it gets better for ya Tracy!
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Thanks guys.... the buyer never paid me other than a small deposit which he will of course get back.
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Well.....what a terrible ending to a great car. The car was sold but waiting on inspection/funding from the new buyer and this happened today. I just parked the car after arriving at work and 15 minutes or so later, up in flames! Myself and others tried to fight it with extinguishers but could not keep up..... No one was hurt so it was a good day! p.s...IMHO, it was a Bad MoFo!!!
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Noooooooooooooooo! Why that was one of my favorite c5 builds. I hope your Atleast saving the th400 and diff how'd you fit it in there anyway? All those countless hours up in flames well Atleast no one was hurt. I hope you do ok on insuranse.
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Fuck off mother nature....
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Wow, those pictures are painful to look at Tracey. I'm so sorry for your loss man. That was an incredible car. I hope the best for you regarding insurance. Man, that really sucks.
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what in the hell????? man that sucks, well it was a really bad *** ride. glad noone was hurt which is all that matters.i was shocked when i clicked to see if this was sold and saw pics of this.well man i hope you have some luck with the ins.company. and again it sucks but at least no one was hurt
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Boy, that sucks.
Could have been something simple like a wire touching a hot pipe, happened to me once.
These fiberglass cars burn so hot & quick, sucks.
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Damn Tracy! Just got of the phone with you and I did not know this happened. You're right, fiberglass really burns. I'll call you Monday and hopefully you cna keep he car and sell the good parts, including the engine. What a chapter in life.
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Hey Tracy, you gotta give me the BMF emblems for my Camaro!
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Hey micheal, i really appreciate your help!!! and the BMF emblems are yours....well, ok, there was just one remaining but it is yours, lol!!! Talk to you monday, tracy
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