I've decided it's finally time for my GVR4 to go live with someone else. I rarely drive it anymore and have too many cars, so the herd needs to be thinned out a bit. This is NOT a rusty, ratted out, or hoopty beater GVR4. I've owned it since ~2000 when I bought it from the 1st or second owner who was a middle-aged lady with 100k miles on it. It has spent it's life in California and Texas, so it has NO rust which seems to be pretty rare from the cars I've seen for sale. It is also very lightly modified and has never been to the track. It even still has the stock clutch that I bought it with ~70k miles ago. I've got the factory owners manual, paperwork from the original owner, and the original impossible to find keyfob that matches this car. This would make a great base for whatever you plan to build.
Some details of the car;
White with no sunroof
Very clean interior with nothing broken, torn or missing.
Original stock 14b, intercooler, injectors, fuel pump, etc.
The only mods to the car are a custom 3" turbo-back with cat, ported 95 mani, O2 dump, EVC EZ (running 12psi and just installed it because the stock BCS croaked on me), turbo timer, Boost/EGT Gauges, and SS clutch and brake lines.
Other than that it is unmolested and bone-ass stock, as in stock clutch, stock tranny that still shifts well, stock 3 bolt with AWS intact, etc.
It also has a new water pump, timing/balance shaft belt and alternator and will come with an ACT2600 with a street disk that is not installed.
Things it will need;
Motor mounts since they are pretty worn
Valve cover gasket
Paint on at least the hood, passenger fender and passenger front door. These are the only panels that have been repainted on the car and the clear coat is delaminating. I'd paint the whole thing since it does have some dings from being a DD, but you could get by with those three panels.
MAF since it occasionally throws a barometric pressure sensor error.
Other than that it runs great and I used it for a daily driver for years. I'd originally planned to keep it around and build it up with my son for his first car, but that is years away and I don't want it sitting around any longer.