Ok guys i really thinking of selling my 2002 firehawk since, im really not doing much to it anymore besides its just sitting, it's has a 408 stoker motor built for boost the motor was built by LME, which build great high hp motors it has 60lbs injectors,ls6 intake 241 heads,slp pullys,potted tb,slp lid,moser 12 bolt 373 gears, a built tranny in it, 3200 stall vig,the body has about 78,000 miles on it, it has some scratches on it and a few dings
I have all the floor mats, key fobs,birth certicates, orginal wheels.
It's a great car but need to move on,
I'm was thinking around 10,000.00, what do ya think? post pics soon
2002 firehawk #1034, LME 408 built for boost, performabuilt 4l60e level 3.....sts t-76 rear mount not mounted yet
It is difficult to accurately price a Firehawk that is no longer original. The collector value is generally gone. You could certainly ask $10,000 and see if you get any nibbles. No harm in trying, right? If no responses, then that is your sign that it is priced too high. Lower it a little until you hit that sweet spot when the phone starts ringing,. GLWS!!
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Assuming the car is generally clean, I think 10k sounds like a great starting price. I've owned several fbodies and I really love the firehawks!
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