1990 Notchback. GM Indigo blue, blue interior. 12pt CE cage otherwise interior stock.New windshield, tinted windows..etc. Stormin Norman hood (Cervini) cobra wing (Cervini) TONS of new parts: D&D K member, tubular control arms,Caster/camber plates, Flaming river manual rack and flex steering shaft, AEROSPACE brake kit with 4 piston calipers, CE adj struts, coil over conversion, D&D billet adj upper/lower rear control arms, spherical aluminum bushings, CE adj rear shocks. Drivetrain is not installed yet, but is included. Hooker 1 3/4 super comp long tube headers (multi piece) 3" exhaust with 2 chamber flowmasters, T-56 6 speed out of a 99 WS6, alum adapter to Lakewood scattersheild, FRPP adj clut quadrant, no driveshaft made yet, Moroso solid motor/trans mounts, 12.9:1 comp 320 stroker, crower rods, custom built Weisco pistons, stock crank and block, TFS TW heads (new design with bronze guides) heavy porting and a 5^ valve job, major bowl blending, FRPP (victor Jr) intake, tapped for fogger, HS 1.6 rockers, custom lunati camshaft.. Brand new Centerline Telstar 4" wheels in front with new metric tires. Everything on this car is new, it has never been ran EVER. The only thing that has miles on it is the 320 stroker. It has 2 passes, 9.19 in the 1000 on the motor in a 3300# car. In this coupe, low 10's in the 1/4 are an easy attainable goal. Things need to be finished: No rear wheels/ tires, carb, fuel system, motor/trans in car, driveshaft, has a stock 4 lug 8.8 in rear no brake lines, no front special brake lines ($99 from D&D) and wire up the engine. I'm sooo close to finishing this car it's not even funny, but Im buying a house and need this $$ for a down payment. I've spent over 10k on this car and it just needs to be finished. Car has a great paint job and a clean interior. My loss is someone's gain. Asking $8500 for everything... there's $3500 just in front suspension and brakes alone.. Will email pics as requested. In pics car has prostars and pony wheels, but has turbines in back and new telstars in front. Non of these parts have seen the street yet.