You won’t find Paul Walker, Vin Disney, or any of the other 9 Fast 47 Furious actors anywhere around this car. Why? Because we all know deep down that the real stars of all 8 (I want that sideways to represent infinity, but WordPress won’t cooperate.) Fast and Furious movies are the cars. And the women. But mostly the cars. And … well you get the point. It’s car porn, plain and simple.
As men, we deserve it. We cherish it. It is our God given right, nay duty as consumers of frivolity to visually gorge ourselves as much as possible when the opportunity presents itself. We aren’t going to shirk our duties to our work, family, projects, the lawn, etc. to spend countless years working on cars we might only ever be able to race once. However, this doesn’t mean we can’t enjoy watching it when its 53 x 73 feet wide.
@Eclipsed76 V-TEC kicks in after the jump.
The Internet is a great tool when it comes to social networking, marketing, SEO, etc., etc, but it’s also great when it comes to finding a home for your baby. Cars have souls too, dammit! In any event, @Eclipsed76 is parting with his 1998 Mitsubishi Eclipse GS-T (You see what he did there with his twitter name? He’s a clever one.) He loves this car like it was his firstborn, and he has every reason to.
I drove this fine piece of moving art approximately three weeks ago and these words came to mind: Damn. That’s all I got really. This thing is so fast and so much fun to drive that even thinking about it makes me tense up. The car has a list of modifications as long as my… arm, and he did all the work himself (5+ years in an auto shop will teach you a great many thing). Let me drive (zing!) the point home with the mod list.
Clear corner lens
Custom painted center taillight
Custom painted headlight interior
Fiberglass hood and Z3 fenders
Hahn Race Craft Super 16g turbo w/ 10cm
MSD DIS-2 Ignition system
Ported exhaust manifold
K&N air charger
Injen Hard polished intake pipe
Upper and lower intercooler piping
Greedy S-Type blow-off valve
Stiff shift transmission bushings
Polyurethane motor mounts
1st gen throttle body
Denso 3000 GT VR4 fuel pump
650 cc fuel injectors
Magnicore 8.5mm wires
Greddy turbo timer custom
Auto meter mechanical boost gauge
Cyberdyne digital air/fuel gauge
Greddy 60mm mechanical exhaust temp gauge peak hold/memory
K-40 Stealth radar detector custom flush mounted in dash (sensor in bumper)
Greddy Profec-B Boost Controller
Apexi Super AFC fuel computer custom mounted in ceiling
Apexi rev/speed meter custom fiber glassed flush in center vent
Autometer shift light wired to work with rev/meter ( adjustable shift points)
Silver reverse indiglow gauges
RS-R Stainless (from the cat back) 70mm Turbo Back Exhaust (no cat)
Stainless O2 housing eliminator pipe
Centerforce Dual Friction Clutch
B&M Short throw shifter with hard bushings throughout the drivetrain
Team Rip engineering double Synchroed AWD Racing Trans built for FWD (taller first gear)
Act Light Weight Flywheel
Quafe Limited Slip Diff (LSD) Posi-traction
Tokico 5 way adjustable shocks
Ebach 1.5” lowering springs
Custom machined Rear spring mount spacers (keeps wheels from rubbing during cornering)
Ebach polished front & rear strut tower brace
Polyurethane shock mounts all four corners
17 “x 7 Team Loco 142 silver rims
AEM front big brake kit 12 3/4 inch cross drilled and vented rotors (probably in need of a re-surfacing)
Premier DEH-P900R head unit (plus an extra spare unit)
Boston Acoustics pro component 6 1/2’s (front)
Clarion 6×9 3 way (rear)
2 Sony XM-2100G Amplifiers
1 Premier 12″ woofer TSW1240-DSV
3 Phoenix Gold Tranz Balanced RCA cables
4 Gauge power wire, gold distributors, fuses etc.
Stock exhaust, catalytic converter, extra pioneer head-unit ($700 back in the day), stock premium infinity cd player and amplifier, 1st gen intake manifold and much much more.
His ultimate goal is to find someone who is willing to care for this like he did. It’s not so much a transfer of ownership as it is an adoption.
Click here to see the rest of the car porn, fine print, or make an offer.