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joblo

Tom Pro Turbo car

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Tom Pro car

 

Tom pro turbo system with blow off valve

Ceramic coated ball bearing turbo

 Reverse box

930 cv’s

King shocks

Bead lock wheels

Hid light bar

Front and rear brakes

Jamar pedals, dual reservoir on slider- just rebuilt-

Fire extinguisher

3” crow padded belts

Razor front tires, awesome turning even without a differential. 

 Pictures are of the car after rinsing it off.  I will update the ad with new pictures when polishing/detailing is done.

This car has been in storage and has not seen the sand in  5 years. It is in very good shape. I cleaned out the old fuel and put some fresh stuff in and it fired right up.

 

-The vacuum lines had some dry rot so they have all been replaced.

-Currently working on detailing the car and getting the aluminum polished out. 

 

This is done. I need to take new pictures. 

 

- Reverse box only has a couple of trips on it. It was completely replaced by Tom. The original  was built before Tom had his cnc machine and was thought maybe something was off. So he replaced it. 

 

Fresh oil in it now. 

 

-Auto meter silver gauges.

-Sealed sand switches.

-All wiring in good shape. No issues.

-New agm battery. 

This thing rips!!! I had forgotten how strong it runs. As soon as boost comes on (which is pretty much immediate) this thing becomes a violent uncaged beast.:rbj::sp666::igar:At the same time it can just be a cruiser if you want to drive it that way too. No lagging turbo to make it undriveable. 

 

Frame and panels powder coated. Springs are powdercoated silver. Floor is powdercoated in hammer tone. Rear trailing arms powdered in hammer tone.

  Artwork done by k-daddy here in Bakersfield. The guy has real talent and it shows. 

Seats have been detailed with upholstery cleaner and look great!

 

The bad-

Car shows minor signs of being run. Some of powdercoat is worn off on the rear trailing arms. Few very minor scratches in high wear areas.

 

Radiator tank cracked on a weld and was repaired with JB weld in the dunes. I plan to rebuild it out of a little thicker aluminum to keep this from happening, but for now that’s the way it is and has been fine since doing it years ago. 

 

The front left wheel is bent a little. It was straightened as best possible by hand and has no noticeable input on steering but has a tiny wobble if you look close at it while driving.

 

The turbo is mounted very low  due to space limitations. It does not hang down where it would be damaged by bottoming out. It however does not drain the engine oil well back to the sump. This causes the car to smoke at idle.  This has never been an issue other than seeing it smoke. Motor is tight. 

 

I just got a California vin and am in process of getting the green sticker. 

 

If I had the coin I would buy this myself. Unfortunately I am not in a position to do so. I think somebody is going to score.

 

$18,000 obo

661-201-2246 Scott

 

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