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9 bolt, 91-92 gfx, head porting, etc...
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83Z28BlackBetty
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1983 Chevrolet Camaro Z/28

PostPosted: Sun Mar 26, 2006 2:10 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Hey Bobby its Jake from Seattle, I can probly make it down to pick up the set of ground effects and bumpers in a week or so if thats ok, hope you didn't sell them already Very Happy
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PostPosted: Tue Mar 28, 2006 3:54 pm    Post subject: Reply with quote

Do you stillhave both sets of 91-92 gfx?
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PostPosted: Thu Apr 16, 2020 1:43 am    Post subject: Re: 9 bolt, 91-92 gfx, head porting, etc... Reply with quote

Sellmanb wrote:
So the time has come when I feel the christmas crunch! And in turn, I am here to sell those items that, while I do not want to get rid of, feel it is in my best interest to do so since otherwise they'll just sit on my shelf of "things to do" -cough "John" cough-.

I have:

9 bolt posi, disk, 3.27's (as best I could tell, but it IS 3 series). SOLD

I have the rotors for it, but the calipers are gone. I took off the cover and there were no noticeable metal shavings in there, and I dont neccessarily know what to look for to tell if parts are bad or not, so I couldnt tell you (unless you told me how to check). The cover gasket is torn so it'll need a new one. I'll get pics up upon request.

Looking to get 175 OBO



1 full set of 91-92 ground effects (Camaro).

The chin spoiler is black, basically the rest of the ground effects are green and red. Comes with front chin spoiler, rear bumper cover, rear side ground effects, rocker panels, and door ground effects (or whatever they're called lol).

Looking to get 150 OBO


1 "most" set of 91-92 ground effects (Camaro)

These are all light blue in color. They include the front chin spoiler and the rocker panels (on door and below door, both sides).

Looking to get 90 OBO


I have the nose/front bumper cover and a headlight assembly from the 91 Camaro (black in color) that I got the ground effects off of. They're still attached at the moment.

Hoping for 45 OBO


Head porting:

A friend and I have been doing some head porting on the side for a while now (9 months or so). We have done a lot of different style heads, from Acura/honda B series heads, Ford Escort 1.3l heads, Dodge Neon heads, to 416 casting Chevy heads.

Our standard prices are 500 dollars for a set of heads you provide (250/head). But the crewbies get a discount of 50% off. The catch? You have to have the head hot tanked and magnafluxed before, and after the porting. Nicking the valve seats is almost guaranteed, so expect a valve job. At the least.

If you want us to find you a set of heads, we'll search the junkyards for you and not charge any more than it costs us. I know there's atleast 1 LG4 in the junkyard close to me, and the u-pull around here typically charges about 75 dollars / head.

250 for a set of heads. Expect a 3 week turn around.


I have one bare 350, 4 bolt main (originally didnt come with caps when I got it, but has caps now, will need align honed) 010 casting. I havent taken a caliper to it just yet, but with a ruler it comes to right at 4" bore.

40 dollars OBO


350 running motor.The motor that's in my camaro now has an extreme case of blowby. I havent done a compression test yet, but I will if anyone shows interest in it. I am just taking off my intake and carb and putting it on the motor that I'm building (hopefully by dyno). You can have everything else. I've ran Mobile 1 5w30 since I got it,and a K&N oil filter. Ran very strong. From what I was told, it was a GM mexican crate short block, the guy put some 305 heads on it (will get casting numbers if anyone's interested). Doesnt sound very cammed, maybe a slight one if anything.

If anyone wants this motor to rebuild, it'll probably just need bored out, new pistons and rings, might as well replace bearings, then have the rotating assembly re-balanced and run it.

Selling it for 150 OBO



You can email me at Sellmanb@hotmail.com if you feel the need to email. Otherwise I check my PMs frequently, and am on the site more frequently than I'd admit to.

Thanks,

Bobby Sellman
Tigard, OR


(EDIT)

New things for sale


4th gen center console (automatic)

It's the 97+ camaro/firebird style (with like 3 cup holders)
It's dark charcoal in color, has all the pieces to the center console minus shifter. Everthing looks clean and good. I think there's minor scuff marks from the seat belt holders, but that'll be on just about every used center console. Comes with base, upper plate, arm rest thing, etc.

Everything is operational on this piece. I payed 150 shipped (ebay sucks) for this setup, now that money is tight I've gotta get rid of it.

65 dollars


4th gen firebird door panels

This is the 98+ style I do believe. They are ebony in color, come with the window and door switches, and the side view mirror toggle thing. All of which is operational to the best of my knowledge. Good looking pieces. I never had the ambition to cut 'em up and put 'em on my doors.

I payed 350 shipped (eBay sucks really really bad)

135 dollars[i]


4th gen firebird dash

It is the "dark grey" color, comes with all vents, the "lower dash pad", the whole unit itself, the gauge cluster, the knobby for the lights, all the brackets and everything are in good shape. The a/c ducting is out of the dash right now, but I still have it perfectly in tact in my dirty garage lol.

This one was almost 400 after shipping (Yes, I realize that I spent way too much on fruitless stuff, and am kicking myself in the arse)

Letting it go for 175


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