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2004 Crossfire owner tomorrow

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Old 07-11-2019, 02:09 PM
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Scooping up a 2004 Crossfire Limited Coupe tomorrow, one owner, although a whopping 296,000kms. In very good shape besides for a small clunk in the right-rear of the vehicle, a TPM sensor, and an airbag sensor. Small bit of rust under the hood in front of the front struts but nothing that cannot be fixed.

I have very ambitious plans with this car, some of which I found that Crossfire owners are not too fond of, while others cannot wait to see the final product. It will be a long project but I hope to share it all with you here as well as get some useful information that can help along the way.
 
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Old 07-11-2019, 02:53 PM
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If the clunk is the trunk lid there are adjustable bumpers on each side.
 
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Old 07-11-2019, 03:00 PM
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Originally Posted by Jibbers View Post
Scooping up a 2004 Crossfire Limited Coupe tomorrow, one owner, although a whopping 296,000kms. In very good shape besides for a small clunk in the right-rear of the vehicle, a TPM sensor, and an airbag sensor. Small bit of rust under the hood in front of the front struts but nothing that cannot be fixed.

I have very ambitious plans with this car, some of which I found that Crossfire owners are not too fond of, while others cannot wait to see the final product. It will be a long project but I hope to share it all with you here as well as get some useful information that can help along the way.
Just don't tell us you are gonna "turbo" it or make it four wheel drive, and I think we will leave you alone.
 
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Old 07-11-2019, 06:43 PM
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Got a few ideas and once she is ripped apart I will decide which direction I will go in - both will be very labor intensive but myself and a group of like-minded cavemen want this to either house a 345/392 + A8 or modify the torque tube/driveshaft of a C6 powertrain and go to town on widebody/Vette chassis Crossfire.

I know there is a SHITLOAD of work involved, and probably even more than I think, but patience and time will solve everything eventually. Looking forward to this - been a dream of mine for a lot of years.

Scooped the car up for $3,300 Canadian. New brakes and tires and drives great, although the power steering seems to be working only partially.
 
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