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FS: 2007 Grand Prix GT w 185k $2100. Located by Lucas Oil Raceway...Indianapolis

Discussion in 'For Sale' started by Aspen03, May 13, 2020.

  1. Aspen03

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    Not Expedition related. If not allowed feel free to delete.

    2007 Grand Prix GT for sale. 185646mi.

    The Good:
    • Stealth Gray Metallic
    • Supercharged Series 3 3800 motor 260hp/280tq. Stock drivetrain, no mods.
    • Black leather Interior
    • Heated front seats, power driver seat
    • Sunroof
    • Power Mirrors
    • Factory audio system with no issues
      • 5 button driver info center you can actually change the radio of you wanted.
    • New brakes (pads, rotors, calipers)
    • New Timken wheel bearings on all 4 corners. Got NOS before change in manufacturing, they're the good ones. Receipts for above parts available.
    • Tire rod ends replaced and 1 rear trailing arm
    • All power/electric equipment works. Seats, sunroof, radio, etc. Ice cold AC, toasty heat.
    • Interior is solid. I steam cleaned the entire thing including vents and interior glass, dressed it, cleaned carpets, and did an Ozone shock treatment. Aside from some wear on a few radio buttons it's in amazing shape for the age/miles. It's always been a non smoker vehicle as well. No tears in the seats, average wear on the bolsters. There is one spot of grease on the sunroof shade that I did while cleaning it up. Unknowingly got edge of finger in sunroof track and touched the damn panel. I'm afraid to scrub because it'll likely just smear.
    The stuff you want to know:

    • I purchased this vehicle from a co worker 3 years ago to turn into a toy for the track....drag race/autocross or whatever. It never happened and sat in my father in laws climate controlled garage until a couple months ago. Regularly started, brought up to temp, moved around the property to keep things from sitting idle too long.
    • I found it for said co worker in 2015 for him to use as a commuter after he got transferred across the city. He purchased it from the original owner. Based on condition once I saw it and the records he had I believe it though he didnt bother to get a carfax. Unfortunately him being 20 and probably figured he'd never sell it he didnt keep anything...
    • It was in a low speed collision by him, he ate the hitch of a truck. No bags deployed. Bumper, hood, hood latch took the brunt of it. Front bumper is a certifit replacement, primed black. Hood is a factory hood in Galaxy Silver. It has clear issues on sides of hood and quarter panels and isnt too bad looking color wise. Grill inserts are blue because I had them lying around already. I wasnt after looks so i didnt care. If you wanted a color matched vehicle the parts are readily available on car-part.com A0 rated for about $300 with a0 rating, likely half that at a u pull it near you.
    • It needs rear tires now though I have a pair that could be mounted for safe travels home and an alignment due to work that was done, fronts are about 85%. Throw new ones up front, move existing to rear and you'll be balanced out when it comes time to rotate. 2 wheels dont have TPMS sensors and it let's you know...
    • It has the service abs/traction control message in info center. Typically bad abs sensors in the hub cause it but them being new and of good quality I dont know what the issue is as there is no specific code being thrown. Drives fine otherwise.
    • P0449 is active and P0033 is showing as a pending code. 449 is most likely the canister vent valve by the tank they're a common failure point (havent had it in the air to confirm) and the 0033 is the control solenoid for the boost bypass valve 9/10 times it's right above front valve cover. These are about $80 between them and doable in about an hour or so if you're handy. I have enough going on vehicles wise and with work I'm ready for it to have a new home and priced accordingly.
    Pretty sure that's it. Basically a great commuter with nice options and decent mpg...upper 20s hwy if keep it out of boost. Would also make a nice first vehicle (good safety rating) or spare. I feel like I have it priced fairly, at the lower end of fair rating on KBB due to the dtc's and the cosmetic issues.

    I'll snap other pics tomorrow when the weather is nice. Had these on hand...

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  2. Aspen03

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    Sold. Man that was quick. First time Craigslist wasn't a horrible experience.
     

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