1984 firebird street/strip car

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built 383 stroker motor,new turbo 350 built to handle 750 hp,4500 9 inch stall,too much too list,9 bolt Aussie rear end,aux trans cooler,Lakewood drag struts,Weld draglites,hoosier 28x10x15 slicks with tubes,this car is fast and clean,never seen snow,no rust.runs good at the track, I even added The Knight Rider lights this winter,Asking $7,200 that's a steal.Selling because I have another car now
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details of whats all in the engine?
what heads, cam, valve train, crank, rods, pistons?
what block? factory or aftermarket?
 

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388 ,4 bolt main,+.06,6 inch eagle rods,Eagle cast steel crankshaft,Wisco pistons,11.32to 1,custom ground Isky cam,BRODIX Track 1 Aluminum heads big money
 

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Try racingjunk.com

I have had great success on there either selling or trading race cars
 

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Any feedback on why this firebird is not selling Thanks


Well even though it has some good parts on it the price is to high for that particular model. The third gen market is tricky. I have had 3 3rd gens in the last few years. The cars that bring in the 7 grand range easy are 350 tpi cars that are unmolested. Most of your run of the mill cars, your tbi, crossfire and pre85 carb cars just don’t bring a whole lot of money at this point.


In general a lot has to do with the above and the modifications you’ve done along with it needing some paint work. People are a lot less likely to buy a car that looks good but needs some mechanical that they can as opposed to paint which most people don’t want to mess with. Also people who are interested in a third gen that has had work done generally are more looking for a ls swap car or something more of that nature then a carbed 383. Also it’s been a cold spring so far which I’m sure isn’t helping.

Truthfully with the way the 3rd gen market is now that is probably a $4000-$4500 Car at the moment. It might do a bit better in the warmer weather.
 

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not being mean here:
Well its only been a week.
Its been a cold spring so people arent out buying, or they are being far more careful with their buying.
and then there is the opinion above, which I kind of agree with, and the entire logical fallacy of "i put X amount of money into this, so it should now be worth base + X"
 

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I see you have been to the track, what did you run?
That might help the price a bit
 

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