ATTN: LS Swappers or anyone looking for a project car!!

Tis the season for spring cleaning….

Here are a few things that are looking for a new home:

2 good base project cars

1) 1976 Corvette Coupe 350 auto, 96k miles, unmolested, strong runner. 2″ rear flares & brent rear end conversion have been started. Interior could use some TLC. This is the car I drove all last summer with no problems. Known issues…needs new heater core, steering leaks, a little puff of smoke on start up (probably needs new umbrella seals) $5500 in current condition.

2) 1980 Corvette roller, have engine and auto trans out of 1981. Most of interior is missing. Missing T-tops and rear window trim. This car is a great base for body work and or a swap. Clean title. $3000 obo. Have a blue used interior available for this car.

1 LS1 engine. 18k miles. Has LS6 intake, harness, ecm, coil and fuel rails. We can prepare this engine for a ready to drop in swap. $3200 as a drop in ready.

Brand new Keisler 4L60e stage 1 complete with trans computer, torque converter, flex plate and lines and a drive shaft for an 80-82 Corvette. Transmission lists for over $4k. Make an offer…

We would prefer to sell these cars as a project to someone. We can accommodate any level of body work desired….paint, interior, mechanical or drivetrain. Obviously we have an LS engine that could be put into either of these cars and of course the best looking flares around 

Just throwing this out there to see if anyone is considering a project car or looking for one that needs to be redone.

Email me for any questions or a detailed build quote.

Thanks!

Jess

2 thoughts on “ATTN: LS Swappers or anyone looking for a project car!!”

  1. interested in putting an LS1 engine into my 1981 i am doing total restoration on. Been reading your blogs on corvette forum and appreciate your discussions. I am very interested in making this conversion happen in my c3. do you still have the on mentioned above with 18k on it for sale.

  2. That engine has been sold. However, feel free to contact Josh and he will be able to help you locate another one.

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