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  1. What is it you are detailing, how often, and how extensive?
  2. For Sale: Looks new and in perfect condition, everything present except tow hook, gloves, fuses, belt, tools...for 02-06 Murcie. Prob same as LP640 as well. Asking $350.00 plus shipping. PM for details or if you have my info, just reach out. Kevin
  3. Man I miss that car...glad it's in good hands. BTW, it's 2wd conversion, which is why the TCS is so hyperactive, so the steering would've felt a little lighter as well, especially at lower speeds. Probably one of the best Murcie's I've ever owned...super strong and still looks amazing! Thanks Josh for taking such good care of her!
  4. The saying you get what you pay for is spot on...but seriously, who thinks they are getting a twin turbo bolt on upgrade done in 4 days? Worse yet, what shop promises such an unrealistic timeline? Unless they house several kits, which I doubt, that's next to impossible. 2 weeks isn't even realistic. Moving on to cost...the first sign that something will fail or go terribly wrong, is when the cost is 80% less than any other shop doing the same things. 20k for a bolt on twin turbo kit...that's a used price for the hardware alone. I'm no expert but been around long enough to know what UGR is capable of and why it takes as long as it does to do the job correctly. Sad part is, these guys will spend 3 times what a UGR system producing twice the amount of hp would have been just fixing what these guys did to these cars. Pay up front for it right or pay more to make it right. I never understood the mentality of some people...cheaper isn't better...there's a valid reason it's substantially cheaper.
  5. Murcie tool kit SOLD. Gallardo kit still available.
  6. Have an OEM complete tool kit for 02-06 Murcie, virtually unused and in perfect condition. Pics available. Asking $350.00 plus shipping. Also have OEM tool kit for 04-08 Gallardo, complete and new, unused and in perfect condition. Pics also available. Asking $300.00 plus shipping. PM me here or call 503-969-2734. Thanks!
  7. Have an original OEM Murcie car cover in bag, happy to take pics but in excellent condition. Asking $350.00 shipped in US. PM me or call 503-969-2734 Thanks!
  8. I know the previous owner of this car...he takes impeccable care of his cars. As for value, a car, no matter what it is, is only worth what someone will pay for it. Having said that, you need to compare apples to apples...you cannot compare pricing of a 97 roadster to that of a 99 roadster, they are two completely different vehicles. There are a few good examples on the market, the black one Roy has is an excellent example of a 99 roadster, I found that car for the previous owner several years ago with very low miles and it was prestine at the time and appears to be in the same condition.
  9. Brokering this for a friend of mine. 1977 Porsche 930 Turbo. This is an original turbo car with heavy mods. Car still needs some work, but is stunning in person and priced accordingly. Not interested in trades. Asking price is $85k. Needs about 7-10k worth of work, will provide complete list of needs to interested parties, photo of car below, more pics on request. Here are the specs: Engine – 3.2 Litre turbo – Mild port and polish – Balanced and CC’d – Flame ringed – Web 964 camshafts – GHL motorsports headers – Mahle 98mm pistons with fully finned cylinders – Late model Carrera oil pump update – Pressure fed chain tensioners – Aeromotive 1:1 fuel pressure regulator – Delphi 75 lb. per hour fuel injectors – Power Trip Performance custom fabricated intake manifold – Power Trip Performance custom fabricated fuel rails – Going super fast injector blocks – Power Trip Performance custom fabricated full bay intercooler – Professional Products 75 mm throttle body – Garrett GT35R ball bearing turbocharger – Single Magnaflow 3″ stainless muffler – Tial 46mm wastegate – HKS super sequential blow off valve (Vent to atmosphere) – Going super fast 36-1 crankshaft pulley – Magnecor KV85 spiral wound ignition cables Engine Management – Spectre Performance eMS-pro ECM, laptop programmable , with boost control and pit lane speed limiter – MSD DIS4 Plus ignition conrtoller – MSD two tower coil packs – Innovate XD-16 wideband oxygen sensor and gauge (Closed loop communication with ECM) Suspension – Front / Bilstein sport struts with tortion bar – Rear / Bilstein custom valved inverted coil over shocks with 650 pound Hypercoil springs – RR Racefab weld in front upper camber truss Interior – RSR style lightweight interior – Momo Monte Carlo steering wheel – Loyd floor mats – Hargett Precision aluminum pedal set – Cold cathode blue interior accent lighting – RR Racefab weld in 6 point race legal roll cage – Helmet Hook on diagonal brace in sunroof opening – Custom Chrome fire bottle (Right front cage leg) – Custom suede dash covering and door panel tops – 934 clock replacement “tell tail” boost gauge – VDO Extreme tachometer (recordable) ICE – Alpine IDA-X001 Headunit with full speed Ipod control – Zapco 350 watt 2 channel amplifier – Zapco 700 watt 2 channel amplifier – RS Audio 6 inch seperates (Carbon Fiber) – JL Audio W7 10″ subwoofer in LED lighted acrylic windowed enclosure – Optima Red Top battery Exterior – Custom Paint (Mexico Blue) Available OE only in 1974 and 1975 – H4 Yellow (French) headlamps with Hella 6000K H.I.D. conversion – Extreme White City Lights – Fikse FM10 wheels 18X9 Front / 18X11 Rear – Yokohama Advan A048 R compound tires 235/40/18 Front / 315/30/18 Rear – Better Bodies Motorsport GT2 front end – Rennspeed one piece 965 rocker panels – GT Racing RSR rear bumper – MA Shaw GT2 adjustable downforce rear wing – Getty Design flush mount rear window frame with lexan window – Lexan quarter windows with naca ducts for engine air intake – Lexan wing windows – Black anodized window trim – 993 aero mirrors – Porsche R model hood crest (Sticker rather than metal emblem) – 965 “Porsche” center reflector – Euro tail lamp lenses – Four corner strobe lamps -Hella supertone horns Brakes – Porsche 997 Carrera 2 S big brake conversion front and rear, 4 Piston calipers at both ends, 2 Piece 13″ front rotors, 1 Piece 13″ rear rotors, stainless braided brake hoses, 23mm master cylinder, and ATE super blue racing brake fluid Drivetrain – Hargett Precision 935 shifter assembly – Lightweight flywheel – Sachs Power Clutch – Porsche 930 4 speed gearbox with limited slip differential (shimmed to 40% lock) Fluids and greases – Amsoil synthetics Contact me via PM for more details.
  10. Actually there is one important benefit that most people forget, and it's really important if you're dealing with exotics. On a closed end lease, you are responsible for all of the lease payments regardless of when you get out of the car. So if you signed up for a 36 month lease, made 20 payments and your financial position changes, you're still on the hook for the remaining 16 payments, plus early termination fees, mileage, etc. On the other hand, and open end lease allows you to refinance into another lease at lease end very smoothly, usually with no penalty for mileage charges, etc. It also allows you to "sell" the car and not be responsible for the remaining lease payments. If the lease was structured correctly, you should owe about "book value" at any given point in the open ended lease. Open end leases have an amoritization schedule that mirrors that of a purchase. Additionally, open ended leases will typically go out to 60 months, which would lower your payment wherein a closed end typically goes to 36 and sometimes 48 months. (I say typically, not always.) I've had many, many clients sell their cars under leases and actually make a little money as their payoff was reflective of a purchase and sale agreement rather than based on a flat agreed upon lease payment. tax credits are another thing, because not all states give tax credits, not all states collect tax in the monthly payment, and many states, like texas, are what they call a tax up front state, where you pay 100% of the tax at time of purchase/lease and the credit amount is dictated by the county the car is registered in...it's kind of complicated in some states. Other states make it easy. So the long answer is, it depends where you live on what is beneficial to you. If you think you are going to trade out of the car in 2 years then an open end lease is the way to go. If you don't mind being stuck to the car for the full lease term, then closed might work for you. Personally, I would NEVER do a closed end lease...too many variables to worry about in a market that is unpredictable.
  11. Use caution, there was a VI LP640 at that dealer that went out on a test drive and "jumped a curb"...doing damage to I think the rear wheel/quarter. It was pulled for awhile so it could get repaired. Not reported to Carfax either. Not saying this is that car...just saying there was one with that sort of history.
  12. I used rushmypassport.com and was very quick. Had it in like 5 days. You can get it faster though, just costs a little more. They keep you up to date pretty well with progress reports, etc. I'd give them a shot.
  13. I have a Carbontek Carbon Fiber exhaust heat shield for 02-06 Murcielago. Nice quality and in good condition. Never been installed. PM for more details. Will try to take pics tomorrow. Make offer.
  14. I have a Carrera GT cover for sale. OEM never used. Which is what I thought he was looking for, turns out he needs a continental gt cover, and I have the carrera gt one. If interested, let me know. Kevin
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