3rd owner (bought on Spyderchat from Sodium_Vapor in spring of 2008 in TX), driven daily for about 2 years (1 in TX, 1 in OH). Driven sparingly until I built and installed the new engine shortly before entering the Navy (Jan, 2012), at which point it has mostly gone undriven, sitting in my father’s garage. He is selling it, as I am in Nevada (yes, the Navy has a base in Nevada).
Mileage:
Mileage on chassis: 78,626
Mileage on engine block before my rebuild: estimated from seller to be about 50,000; less than 1,000 miles since rebuild.
Suspension:
TEIN adjustable coilovers
Front shock tower suspension bar
Underbody frame brace
Volk Wheels 15x7 front, 16x8 rear Bronze CE28NS ( Rays Eng. )
Tires: 225 45 15 F 245 45 16 R some tread left but 15 years old
Engine
Rebuilt 1ZZ-FE engine, less than 1,000 miles since rebuild
Garret GT28RS turbocharger, less than 5,000 miles since rebuild
Aluminum Intercooler
Wiseco 8.8:1 forged compression pistons, 79.5mm (block was bored and honed) and
Wiseco rings
Crower connecting Rods
ARP head bolts, MLS head gasket and titanium retainers
Supertech valves and springs (5 angle valve job)
Crower camshaft – stage 2 FI
Custom lightly port and polished head (no flow test)
Custom exhaust
Greddy catch can
Moroso 6 quart oil pan
Oil cooler at passenger side intake
High output fuel pump

ECU:
Apexi Power FC & Commander (custom tune) with G Reddy e 01 in dash glove box
Transmission:
Upgraded clutch
Lightweight flywheel
Brakes:
Slotted rotors
Boost gauge
TRD Water pump

Random:
Aftermarket shift knob
Short shifter kit

Not installed/extra:
Wideband O2 sensor (NOT installed)
Snow performance injector / mister kit
Original 1ZZ-FE block (check timing chain )
OEM wheels
Boxes of misc. original parts and panels
BGB/Manual (if it’s not still with the extra parts, I have an electronic copy also)

Issues:
Slight tear in driver’s seat
Aftermarket speakers installed, but radio does not work
Needs antenna
Small tear in convertible top
Body is very solid, but has some small dings and chips from 20 years of use
At some point someone rolled the rear fender wells – not a good job

I don't visit Spyderchat anymore, but I will try to check back periodically. Interested buyers, contact Ed at 216-789-4320.