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 Post subject: NL Fairlane V8, exhaust, lowered, shift kit
Posted: Tue Dec 18, 2012 6:18 pm 
Stock as a Rock

Posts: 149

Joined: 23rd May 2006

Ride: NL Fairlane

Location: Melburn!
VIC, Australia

Item: 1997 NL Fairlane Ghia V8, auto, heritage green with cappa leather
Condition: Car has done 335,000 kms (actually done less due to diff gears making it read higher)
Price: $1900 ONO

Engine / Driveline
Brand new battery
The motor is internally stock but has the following bolt ons:
"SS Induction" CAI
9MM Eagle leads
Pacemaker header's
3" Magnaflow hi-flo metal cat's
3" single system with a hooker muffler & dual 3" tip (the system was put together by "hallam performance" for the previous owner)
Auto is stock but has a "shift kits" adjustable electronic shift kit.
A tail shaft loop has been fitted
The diff has been upgraded to a 3.89 LSD (Work was done by "supatrik" in Dandynong for the previous owner)
Pedders "Sports Rider" Shock's & Strut's
Pedders spring's up front and back
Stock rims with reasonable tread on all four tyres.

Cappa leather, in top condition bar the drivers' seat (which is pretty bad, see pics)
Some hole's in the drivers' A pillar where a tacho was mounted.
Pioneer head unit with remote
Pioneer rear speakers
Kicker front splits
Kicker sub
Audioline amp's

The body & paint is in good condition for it's age (beeing a daily).
a "Cowl induction" hood scoop has fitted (with a functional cut out) some blending bog has lifted around the edges.
The previous owner changed some of the badges.
After market head light's have been put in so they are not all yellow like many this age.
There are some "carpark dents" nothing major.

The bad
I have had mechanics ask if its a repairable write off as there appears to be some welding across the floor near the rear seats, I have not been able to find any evidence to back this up and at last check Vic Roads had it listed as all clear. I am not sure if this is standard or not, however I got a RWC on it two years ago when I purchased it. Speedo reads about 10% out due to the diff gears.

UPDATE 13/12/12 - Recently it has developed a few issues, the gear shift button has broken off, the gearbox has shown some signs of slipping, and it has been getting a lot warmer on the temperature gauge than it used to, however a hour or so of driving in traffic doesn't see it overheating. It has also developed a ticking noise from one of the cylinders.

No RWC no Registration

Contact: PM on here and we can take it from there.
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