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  1. Anonymous

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    I'm from the Philadelphia northeast area in pa. and I'm looking for a performance shop that can tune and do mods for my 91' SHO Gen1 . I tried researching online for places but they're out west in California or Texas. If anyone from the eastern pa area who is familiar or knows any nearby shops that can definitely do this kind of work I'd really be much appreciated if you can help me up :thankyou:
     
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    PA SHO shop. Get a hold of Area91.
     
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    Irish Pride Irish Inside Staff Member Super Moderators

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    Brian(area91) is in your area and I believe Pops Racing is nearby too.
     
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    AREA 91 PA SHO SHOP

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    These guys are correct. I can do any of the mechanical mods you would want. When these are completed, you can go to Pops Racing for a tune.
     
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  6. Anonymous

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    thanks and I believe we've met a few years ago in King of Prussia when ya'll had the SHO meet at hooter's parking lot , I was the kid with the red 95 genII along with my boy in his red 94 genII
     
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    Anonymous-It was actually me who you met at Hooters. You guys left the note on my 91+.
     
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    Highly recommend area91
     
  9. Anonymous

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    oh ok I knew it was one of yall...I had a accident with my gold 91 about a week ago , not sure if it's fixable but I'm a have to see what the insurance adjuster says
     
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    That sucks to hear. If the insurance company decides to total it, let me know. I would be interested in buying it.
     
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    I was actually thinking bout using that one as a parts car I'm looking at a black on black gen1 that was originally that burgundy red color but the body is in good shape ,no rust suspension looks and drives firms no sagging rear end like most SHO's . the car has 154k on the motor and needs a lil minor body work on the front passenger side bumper cause its a lil off they must of hit something the guy wasn't sure what had happen but no big deal and it's missing the corner side signal lamp which I can replace now here's the interesting thing about this car the guy who's selling it doesn't have any keys to it so some how he's able to start it by just turning the ignition and is selling the car as is asking for $1,500 for it and is not budging on the price I offered him $1,200 to $1,300 which I'm still kinda sketchy about and he doesn't really know much about the SHO he just bought the car cause he wanted a 5-spd car so what do you think is a reasonable price for it ?
     

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