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Old 07-29-2015, 08:57 PM   #1
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good trade?

Hey I'm thinkin bout trading my 98 gt 4.6l for a 86 gt 5.0 . Does this sound like a equal trade?? My 98 does have cold air intake,bbk exhaust, bbk throttle bottle ,new door panels,door sill plates,halo headlights. The 86 gt is bored from 304 to 306 and is a five speed and has lower miles and has a cold air intake. I just wanna make the right trade.thanks alot!

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On a scale of one to ten, what would you rate each car?

I personally wouldn't unless the Fox was super clean, and the 98 was in a less than desirable condition.

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The bored motor in the 86... Any receipts? Proof?

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If it's only bored that much and no other mods it isn't going to make any more power. Only says someone opened it up and noticed that the walls were ****ed and had them bored.

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I'd skip. Keep your 98.

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Keep your 98 and PI swap it.
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First year for fi hp was a measly 200hp. Skip the 86 now a good 89....

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