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'94 Camaro Z28, Built LT4, T70

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Old 02-02-2009, 01:58 PM   #1
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Default '94 Camaro Z28, Built LT4, T70

Hey guys, im looking to buy a 94 Z28 with a forged LT4 and a MP T70 turbo. (all supporting mods, heads, fuel, water meth, etc.) The condition of the car is excellant and mechanically it is perfect. The built motor/turbo parts have very low mileage (around 3000 i believe) It is a 6 speed. I was just curious as to what people think this car would go for? Thanks for the input!
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well, i think its forum rules to list a price
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well, i think its forum rules to list a price
Im looking to BUY the car, im not the one selling it, I was just curious as to what people thought it might be worth?
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srry bout that...i didnt read it close enough i guess....its in the right forum now. Im guessing between 8-12k for that setup...it could be higher depending on parts used and rear end/wheels/tires/tranny-clutch
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Thanks for the input. Its basically fully built to the extreme with top of the line parts. also has nitrous and water meth. spec clutch. stock rear but i believe it has a girdle and 4:10s. It was all done by an ase tech, basically the original owner (has been in the family since it was new) Also, perfect interior, racing seats.
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seriously.. nobody has any idea??
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come on people..
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You really need to give alot more info. I buy and sell alot of heavily modified LTx cars. Off hand, here are a few things (IMO) that heavily influence the value of the car:

-mileage on body (low mileage motors don't sell the car)
-is the current combo tuned?
-was the motor run before tuning (always the chance for damage on a heavily modded car)

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You really need to give alot more info. I buy and sell alot of heavily modified LTx cars. Off hand, here are a few things (IMO) that heavily influence the value of the car:

-mileage on body (low mileage motors don't sell the car)
-is the current combo tuned?
-was the motor run before tuning (always the chance for damage on a heavily modded car)

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What kind of info do you need besides that? I believe the mileage on the body is around 80,000 it is extremely clean. It was tuned by the owner using a wideband when the turbo was installed on the motor.
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Front or rear mount turbo? What cubic inch is the engine? Brand of crank, rods, and pistons? Clutch?
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Front or rear mount turbo? What cubic inch is the engine? Brand of crank, rods, and pistons? Clutch?
Front mount turbo, .96 hot side, .70 cold side, LT4, scat rods, diamond pistons, 355 cid, not sure of crank brand, trick flow heads, SPEC clutch.
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Off hand, I'd say around $7k if it's tuned well.

I am about to buy a turbo LT1 car myself (don't worry, it's not the same one!). $7500 and its a 95, front mount, forged stroker, and tuned.

Hope that helps you some.

Let me know if you have any other questions.
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Off hand, I'd say around $7k if it's tuned well.

I am about to buy a turbo LT1 car myself (don't worry, it's not the same one!). $7500 and its a 95, front mount, forged stroker, and tuned.

Hope that helps you some.

Let me know if you have any other questions.
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Thanks that does help a lot. He is asking $15,000 which I thought was way too high. But it is extremely clean. I just wasn't sure how much LT1's were going for these days.
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You are absolutely right. That price is rediculous. There are quite a few people out there that are still trying to get huge money for LT1 cars.....no surprise they never sell.
$15k is what alot of nice turbo LS1 cars are going for.

The car has a cheap ($450-500) turbo, stock rear end, and possibly an unknown crank. ?? It's also important to know if the block has splayed 4-bolt main caps or just the stock 2-bolt as well as who built it.

Don't feel bad for passing on that one

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The price of the turbo doesnt really matter. Any pics? What kind of kit is it? Header? log manifold? Some rigged up kit or a nicely done setup? More info on the turbo setup would be nice.
If the car is very nice it could be worth $15k. If the thing was a proven 10 second daily driver...which it should easily run 10s. 2-bolt 4-bolt mains...doesnt really matter with only 600-700HP. Same with the crank, stock forged would work fine.

If someone was selling a turbo car with a built stroker for $7k I would be prepared to rebuild the entire thing.

Get pics of this car. Also most people start out listing cars high because most people jew them down. Maybe $12k is what its really worth and the seller knows this?
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The price of the turbo doesnt really matter. Any pics? What kind of kit is it? Header? log manifold? Some rigged up kit or a nicely done setup? More info on the turbo setup would be nice.
If the car is very nice it could be worth $15k. If the thing was a proven 10 second daily driver...which it should easily run 10s. 2-bolt 4-bolt mains...doesnt really matter with only 600-700HP. Same with the crank, stock forged would work fine.

If someone was selling a turbo car with a built stroker for $7k I would be prepared to rebuild the entire thing.

Get pics of this car. Also most people start out listing cars high because most people jew them down. Maybe $12k is what its really worth and the seller knows this?
Thanks for the input. I have pictures and the car is extremely clean and in very very good condition. The turbo kit looks like it was very well done, I believe it is custom. It is heat wrapped and everything looks very nice. Found out the crank is stock, machined and balanced. Not really planning to put massive horsepower to it anyways. He understands the cars book value is low but he is sure that it is well worth the money, he built it all himself and he is a certified tech that went to UTI. He says he used only the best parts and always made sure everything was running perfectly. Thanks for the input guys.
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Of course he thinks his car is "worth the money" Just remember that you can buy a turbo LS1 car for that price.

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Of course he thinks his car is "worth the money" Just remember that you can buy a turbo LS1 car for that price.

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yeah, i would like a turbo ls1, i just can never find them for sale.. i was going to buy frostbite's but it got sold..
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The stock crank will handle more power than that T70 can make.
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The stock crank will handle more power than that T70 can make.
Yeah, thats what I figured. They can handle about 700 cant they? Im sure I will run out of fuel unless I go to dual pumps before I ever get that much power.
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