View Full Version : FS: 1999 Trans Am WS6, NBM, H/C

Mr. Brett
05-28-2009, 11:34 PM
1999 Trans Am WS6
LS1 A4
Navy Blue Metallic/graphite
Factory in dash CD & 12 disc changer in rear
83,xxx miles

It kills me to do this, but I have a baby on the way and the car has to go. I bought this car in 2006, bone stock with a tick over 60k on it. Originally a southern car, it has never seen snow or salt (stored winters) and only been in the rain a handful of times. Zero mechanical issues and paint is in better than average shape for the year and miles. A few rock chips on the nose and a small scratch on the driver's side rear. Mod list:

TSP 228R (.228/.228, .588/.588, 114LSA)
Patriot Stage 2 LS6 Heads (59cc, 11:1 compression)
TSP chromoly pushrods
Comp 918 springs
LS6 oil pump
SVO 30lb fuel injectors (~36 lbs @ LS1 rail pressure)
LS6 intake
Ported and polished stock TB
SLP air lid
Pacesetter long tube headers
Pacesetter offroad y-pipe
Hooker catback
QTP electric cutout
Built 4L60E (less than 500 miles on it)
Yank SS4000 stall converter
B&M trans cooler
Motive 3.73 gears
Spohn subframe connectors
BMR rear LCA's
KYB GR2 shocks
Brand new cross drilled and slotted rotors w/ power stop ceramic pads
Optima red top battery
Aeroforce Interceptor gauge
Innovate wideband O2
New Nitto NT 555's on the front
Nitto DR's with 50% tread out back
Corbeau VX2000 race seats
A/C, AIR, and EGR have been removed but will come with the car
Both window motors have been replaced in the last year

The rear seats and belts have been removed (belts will be included with car). This was originally a tan interior but was swapped to graphite with parts from a '98 Formula. I will include a complete set (front and rear) of freshly recovered graphite leather seats if I get close to my asking price. This car is an absolute blast to drive and is totally streetable. I haven't had it dyno'ed since last year, but on a slipping trans and a junk TCI 3500 converter, it put down 415 on a Mustang dyno. It is easily a mid 11 second car with traction and should put down ~430-440rwhp on this setup. It has been meticulously street tuned by a friend with HP Tuners and runs fantastic on 93 pump gas. Please let me know if you have any questions. Detailed pics available upon request. Asking $11,000 OBO.







05-29-2009, 01:18 PM
Good luck with the sale! Sorry to see it go. :crying