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94 1994 Pontiac Formula Firebird No Engine Or Trans - Hotchkis Lt1 V8 5.7 F-body on

US $100.00

Catlett, Virginia, US

Catlett, Virginia, US

What I have for sale is a 1994 Pontiac Formula Firebird with Hotchkis rear suspention and more. Body is in great shape. I purchased it because I had a wrecked Car that I was going to put the engine and transmission in but I have too many projects , not enough time so I must part with the car. I have the paperwork for the car. There is no delivery or shipping. This car must be picked up at my house by car trailer, tow dolly, or tow truck as it does not drive on it's own. The Firebird originally had an LT1 / 6-speed from what I was told by the previous owner who took everything for the drivetrain including the computer and part of the wiring harness. This can can be used for parts to fix your wrecked car or to part out to make more money.

I do also have a complete engine and transmission with computer and wiring harness that I will sell with the car for an additional fee of 400 but it is not included in this auction because I have no pictures. The engine and trans is from a 1995 Camaro (Firebird the same) and it is a 3.4 litre V6 complete with dash, airbags, subframe, computer, wiring, front clip minus body panels.

Per EBAY rules I must include this:

This is a salvage vehicle and is being sold for parts only. It is not operational or street legal. Therefore, upon purchase, it will need to be either towed or put on a trailer. This item is NOT eligible for the eBay Motors Vehicle Purchase Protection Program.

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