6 Comments

  1. Anonymous
    June 13, 2020 @ 5:34 pm

    Wow, a detailed study in evaporating dollars while doing a swap. I'm guessing the rear end cost was the straw that broke the camels back.

  2. hugh crawford
    June 13, 2020 @ 10:22 pm

    But doesnโ€™t the bar sticker specify that it goes with the Erod engine and transmission combo which would be about 10k ?

    My iPhone keeps changing Erod to eros

    • Mega Vonza
      June 14, 2020 @ 3:00 am

      Yes, and I think it may even specify the exact engine by serial number, which means the sticker doesn't do you any good on another E-Rod motor.

      The sticker might not have the serial # spelled out, but the barcode probably has the info and that's what gets scanned at the time of inspection.

      But even if the sticker is generic for any E-Rod, you're still looking at an expensive build, although a good one.

      At least the seller did what he can to help out the next owner by getting the car smog tested before yanking the drivetrain. That buys the next guy some time.

    • hugh crawford
      June 14, 2020 @ 6:08 am

      Or you could slap a junkyard Camaro drivetrain in it and New York plates I suppose.

  3. RyanM
    June 15, 2020 @ 4:26 pm

    Forgive me, oh DT Commentariat, for not properly formatting this URL: drivewerks.co/tag/960/
    This car was documented as a drivewerks.co build a few years ago. Sad to see it go.

  4. Anonymous
    June 17, 2020 @ 4:47 am

    I would prefer putting a 3G Hemi (SRT) into this wagon, myself. ๐Ÿ™‚

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