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1994 Lancer Gsr Modified


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170kw at all 4, bigger td05h turbo, intercooler, 500hp fuel pump and fuel pressure regulator, full 3" exhaust aftermarket microtech computer, exedy hd clutch, momo steering wheel, autometer boost gauge, HKS turbo timer, tinted windows, evo 3 bodykit, 18 month old respray, 17" rims, 140,000km's, car is well taken care of. car is extremely reliable and also good on petrol, can still get 400km's to a 40L tank

Asking for 15500 but i am negotiable and u can contact me on 0401 730 845 or email, [email protected] or just pm me, thanks

the car is located in brisbane

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