95 SHO - 5 Spd Manual - Red

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  1. Andrew Ball

    Andrew Ball New Member

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    This is my miracle car. Admittedly, high mileage, but running beautifully. As the second owner, I have been driving it since I learned to drive standard in 2001 then used it as my daily driver till 2009 when I bought a Toyota FJ. The SHO remained parked except for the odd glory rip until this summer when my Dad and I put some work into it so I could enjoy it a little more often. Unfortunately, I do not have room to properly store it, so it is time to pass this beauty on. It has new front tires and runs perfectly. Some functions of the vehicle need work (ie. A/C does not really blow cold and the windshield wipers only partially engage. I think this is a simple solder issue on a computer unit located under the steering wheel that I have not yet gotten to). Both the exterior and interior are in really nice shape with some expected wear over the years. This is truly a remarkable specimen-- even after 500,000KMS it looks, sounds, and feels so good. *the weird shifter knob is a bass drum mallet -- I am a drummer by trade, however, I have the original shifter back on now.
    • Asking $3500 CAD OBO
    • Located in Edmonton, AB, Canada
    • The cleanest engine you will find
    • Timing belt was done at 300k.
    • Interior: grey
    • New Eibach suspension at 400k
    • New clutch (plus an extra will be sold with)
    • New starter
    • New windshield
    • Brand new front tires
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