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Every part on the car has been carefully selected and only the best of the best were installed. A small example of the care that went into this vehicle is the 4 separate head gaskets (Danielson, Politecnic, Mellior and Genuine Peugeot (Curty)) I purchased and compared to determine which one was the absolute best (see head gasket link above). Here are pictures of the install of the parts including additional performance tricks like inserting a piece of 2 1/4" exhaust pipe into the accordion hose. This pipe smoothes out the passageway to the turbo and keeps the accordion hose from collapsing on itself under the greater vacuum conditions of high boost.

Price $2,995
Mileage 3,000 miles
Color Bosch “RED” Coil

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1989 505 Turbo Wagon

The Awesome:
1989 505 Turbo Wagon
Thousands of dollars invested.
Burgundy with Gray leather interior.

New Danielson head 3K miles.
New Danielson Cam 3K miles
Danielson Curty Head Gasket 3K miles

New Garret AR38 Turbo stuffed with a V70 compressor wheel from a Buick Grand National. This turbo was built by Robert Young of forcedperformance.net about 3K miles ago.

384cc injectors from a Porsche 944 (Bosch 0 280 150 803).
New Brembo Slotted Rotors 6K
Magnecor wires (http://www.magnecor.com/ )
Bosch “RED” Coil
New Radiator 6k Miles
Torque tube rebuilt 5K
New Alternator 3K
AC converted to 134a Blows Ice cold.
New radiator hoses and belts.
Flexfab Silicon heater hoses
AutoMeter Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge
AutoMeter Boost Gauge

3” Turbo Back Stainless Steel exhaust with 2 performance Dynaflow Stainless Steel Mufflers and a free flowing “Catco” Catalytic Converter (This produces a very Low sweet sound.)
European Headlights (LIKE Brand NEW maybe 1K miles)
Modified Airbox and K+N Style filter,
Hand Polished Aluminum “STX” Style rims. (These rims were stripped of all paint and the aluminum was polished to a chrome like finish.)

Every part on the car has been carefully selected and only the best of the best were installed. A small example of the care that went into this vehicle is the 4 separate head gaskets (Danielson, Politecnic, Mellior and Genuine Peugeot (Curty)) I purchased and compared to determine which one was the absolute best (see head gasket link above). Here are pictures of the install of the parts including additional performance tricks like inserting a piece of 2 1/4" exhaust pipe into the accordion hose. This pipe smoothes out the passageway to the turbo and keeps the accordion hose from collapsing on itself under the greater vacuum conditions of high boost.

There is Zero Rust on this originally Southern car.

The Good:
This Car comes with A huge array of spare parts.
Spare engine
Spare Transmission
Spare head
Spare Torque tube
Spare ECU and electronic boxes
Spare lights
Full extra set of “STX” Alloy rims in excellent condition
Studded Snow tires.
Spare antenna,
Spare Gaskets kits.
Spare stalk assembly
Spare exhaust manifolds and turbo.
Multiple spare Intake manifolds, injector sets and sensors.
Countless extra parts that are just too much to list.

The Bad:
The paint is faded in typical fashion.
The car has just started running rough from lack of use. (I will be looking into this as it is probably something simple)
After an hour of use the trans acts up (Shifts Good and solid when cold) I think it needs a flush and cleaning.

I am in Brick NJ and am asking $2995 OBO for everything.

Contact:
John
7324511170
08723
Brick
eMail: Jjg@hotpop.com

Specs

1989 505 Turbo Wagon

The Awesome:
1989 505 Turbo Wagon
Thousands of dollars invested.
Burgundy with Gray leather interior.

New Danielson head 3K miles.
New Danielson Cam 3K miles
Danielson Curty Head Gasket 3K miles

New Garret AR38 Turbo stuffed with a V70 compressor wheel from a Buick Grand National. This turbo was built by Robert Young of forcedperformance.net about 3K miles ago.

384cc injectors from a Porsche 944 (Bosch 0 280 150 803).
New Brembo Slotted Rotors 6K
Magnecor wires (http://www.magnecor.com/ )
Bosch “RED” Coil
New Radiator 6k Miles
Torque tube rebuilt 5K
New Alternator 3K
AC converted to 134a Blows Ice cold.
New radiator hoses and belts.
Flexfab Silicon heater hoses
AutoMeter Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge
AutoMeter Boost Gauge

3” Turbo Back Stainless Steel exhaust with 2 performance Dynaflow Stainless Steel Mufflers and a free flowing “Catco” Catalytic Converter (This produces a very Low sweet sound.)
European Headlights (LIKE Brand NEW maybe 1K miles)
Modified Airbox and K+N Style filter,
Hand Polished Aluminum “STX” Style rims. (These rims were stripped of all paint and the aluminum was polished to a chrome like finish.)

Every part on the car has been carefully selected and only the best of the best were installed. A small example of the care that went into this vehicle is the 4 separate head gaskets (Danielson, Politecnic, Mellior and Genuine Peugeot (Curty)) I purchased and compared to determine which one was the absolute best (see head gasket link above). Here are pictures of the install of the parts including additional performance tricks like inserting a piece of 2 1/4" exhaust pipe into the accordion hose. This pipe smoothes out the passageway to the turbo and keeps the accordion hose from collapsing on itself under the greater vacuum conditions of high boost.

There is Zero Rust on this originally Southern car.

The Good:
This Car comes with A huge array of spare parts.
Spare engine
Spare Transmission
Spare head
Spare Torque tube
Spare ECU and electronic boxes
Spare lights
Full extra set of “STX” Alloy rims in excellent condition
Studded Snow tires.
Spare antenna,
Spare Gaskets kits.
Spare stalk assembly
Spare exhaust manifolds and turbo.
Multiple spare Intake manifolds, injector sets and sensors.
Countless extra parts that are just too much to list.

The Bad:
The paint is faded in typical fashion.
The car has just started running rough from lack of use. (I will be looking into this as it is probably something simple)
After an hour of use the trans acts up (Shifts Good and solid when cold) I think it needs a flush and cleaning.

I am in Brick NJ and am asking $2995 OBO for everything.

Contact:
John
7324511170
08723
Brick
eMail: Jjg@hotpop.com

Factory Options

1989 505 Turbo Wagon

The Awesome:
1989 505 Turbo Wagon
Thousands of dollars invested.
Burgundy with Gray leather interior.

New Danielson head 3K miles.
New Danielson Cam 3K miles
Danielson Curty Head Gasket 3K miles

New Garret AR38 Turbo stuffed with a V70 compressor wheel from a Buick Grand National. This turbo was built by Robert Young of forcedperformance.net about 3K miles ago.

384cc injectors from a Porsche 944 (Bosch 0 280 150 803).
New Brembo Slotted Rotors 6K
Magnecor wires (http://www.magnecor.com/ )
Bosch “RED” Coil
New Radiator 6k Miles
Torque tube rebuilt 5K
New Alternator 3K
AC converted to 134a Blows Ice cold.
New radiator hoses and belts.
Flexfab Silicon heater hoses
AutoMeter Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge
AutoMeter Boost Gauge

3” Turbo Back Stainless Steel exhaust with 2 performance Dynaflow Stainless Steel Mufflers and a free flowing “Catco” Catalytic Converter (This produces a very Low sweet sound.)
European Headlights (LIKE Brand NEW maybe 1K miles)
Modified Airbox and K+N Style filter,
Hand Polished Aluminum “STX” Style rims. (These rims were stripped of all paint and the aluminum was polished to a chrome like finish.)

Every part on the car has been carefully selected and only the best of the best were installed. A small example of the care that went into this vehicle is the 4 separate head gaskets (Danielson, Politecnic, Mellior and Genuine Peugeot (Curty)) I purchased and compared to determine which one was the absolute best (see head gasket link above). Here are pictures of the install of the parts including additional performance tricks like inserting a piece of 2 1/4" exhaust pipe into the accordion hose. This pipe smoothes out the passageway to the turbo and keeps the accordion hose from collapsing on itself under the greater vacuum conditions of high boost.

There is Zero Rust on this originally Southern car.

The Good:
This Car comes with A huge array of spare parts.
Spare engine
Spare Transmission
Spare head
Spare Torque tube
Spare ECU and electronic boxes
Spare lights
Full extra set of “STX” Alloy rims in excellent condition
Studded Snow tires.
Spare antenna,
Spare Gaskets kits.
Spare stalk assembly
Spare exhaust manifolds and turbo.
Multiple spare Intake manifolds, injector sets and sensors.
Countless extra parts that are just too much to list.

The Bad:
The paint is faded in typical fashion.
The car has just started running rough from lack of use. (I will be looking into this as it is probably something simple)
After an hour of use the trans acts up (Shifts Good and solid when cold) I think it needs a flush and cleaning.

I am in Brick NJ and am asking $2995 OBO for everything.

Contact:
John
7324511170
08723
Brick
eMail: Jjg@hotpop.com

Mods

1989 505 Turbo Wagon

The Awesome:
1989 505 Turbo Wagon
Thousands of dollars invested.
Burgundy with Gray leather interior.

New Danielson head 3K miles.
New Danielson Cam 3K miles
Danielson Curty Head Gasket 3K miles

New Garret AR38 Turbo stuffed with a V70 compressor wheel from a Buick Grand National. This turbo was built by Robert Young of forcedperformance.net about 3K miles ago.

384cc injectors from a Porsche 944 (Bosch 0 280 150 803).
New Brembo Slotted Rotors 6K
Magnecor wires (http://www.magnecor.com/ )
Bosch “RED” Coil
New Radiator 6k Miles
Torque tube rebuilt 5K
New Alternator 3K
AC converted to 134a Blows Ice cold.
New radiator hoses and belts.
Flexfab Silicon heater hoses
AutoMeter Air/Fuel Ratio Gauge
AutoMeter Boost Gauge

3” Turbo Back Stainless Steel exhaust with 2 performance Dynaflow Stainless Steel Mufflers and a free flowing “Catco” Catalytic Converter (This produces a very Low sweet sound.)
European Headlights (LIKE Brand NEW maybe 1K miles)
Modified Airbox and K+N Style filter,
Hand Polished Aluminum “STX” Style rims. (These rims were stripped of all paint and the aluminum was polished to a chrome like finish.)

Every part on the car has been carefully selected and only the best of the best were installed. A small example of the care that went into this vehicle is the 4 separate head gaskets (Danielson, Politecnic, Mellior and Genuine Peugeot (Curty)) I purchased and compared to determine which one was the absolute best (see head gasket link above). Here are pictures of the install of the parts including additional performance tricks like inserting a piece of 2 1/4" exhaust pipe into the accordion hose. This pipe smoothes out the passageway to the turbo and keeps the accordion hose from collapsing on itself under the greater vacuum conditions of high boost.

There is Zero Rust on this originally Southern car.

The Good:
This Car comes with A huge array of spare parts.
Spare engine
Spare Transmission
Spare head
Spare Torque tube
Spare ECU and electronic boxes
Spare lights
Full extra set of “STX” Alloy rims in excellent condition
Studded Snow tires.
Spare antenna,
Spare Gaskets kits.
Spare stalk assembly
Spare exhaust manifolds and turbo.
Multiple spare Intake manifolds, injector sets and sensors.
Countless extra parts that are just too much to list.

The Bad:
The paint is faded in typical fashion.
The car has just started running rough from lack of use. (I will be looking into this as it is probably something simple)
After an hour of use the trans acts up (Shifts Good and solid when cold) I think it needs a flush and cleaning.

I am in Brick NJ and am asking $2995 OBO for everything.

Contact:
John
7324511170
08723
Brick
eMail: Jjg@hotpop.com

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