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    Thinking of selling my 2002 NHRA Special Edition Trans Am. It has 63,000 miles, automatic. Pewter metallic with ebony leather interior. New tires, WS6 17X9 wheels, new brakes, shocks. Had light front end hit but popped the air bags so it has a previously salvaged title. All has been repaired. What would the price be on a special edition car like this? Any advice would be appreciated.

    Thanks...................

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    pictures?

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    I say 18k-22k with those miles.

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    my guess would be mid-high teens

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    I wouldn't expect to get anything extra for the NHRA edition. It's basically just a few badges, it's not a sought after edition like a Collector's Edition.

    With the salvage title, I'd say maybe 12-13k. I wouldn't pay anymore than that.

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    Quote Originally Posted by StuntmanMike View Post
    I wouldn't expect to get anything extra for the NHRA edition. It's basically just a few badges, it's not a sought after edition like a Collector's Edition.

    With the salvage title, I'd say maybe 12-13k. I wouldn't pay anymore than that.
    I agree......

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    Thanks guys, I appreciate the info. I know the NHRA option is kind of a bust, just 5 badges and that's it. But being a racing guy, it is kind of cool.

    Thanks again.

    I will try to post some pics of it over the weekend, but with my daughter's graduation, it may be kind of hectic.

    Thanks.............

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    Quote Originally Posted by bh5432 View Post
    Thanks guys, I appreciate the info. I know the NHRA option is kind of a bust, just 5 badges and that's it. But being a racing guy, it is kind of cool.

    Thanks again.

    I will try to post some pics of it over the weekend, but with my daughter's graduation, it may be kind of hectic.

    Thanks.............
    I agree the NHRA edition is NOTHING special. Aside from the owners acting like their shit don't stink 24/7. "Ooooooohh look at me! I'm a member of the NHRA"...no no, no you are not.

    I misread; with the salvaged title low teens is expected.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertiviper View Post
    I agree the NHRA edition is NOTHING special. Aside from the owners acting like their shit don't stink 24/7. "Ooooooohh look at me! I'm a member of the NHRA"...no no, no you are not.

    I misread; with the salvaged title low teens is expected.
    im a nhra owner and i dont act as my shit dont stink.
    a nhra edition is nothing more than a collectors edition.
    maybe one day it will be worth something because of its low production numbers, maybe it wont. either way i dont care.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bh5432 View Post
    Thanks guys, I appreciate the info. I know the NHRA option is kind of a bust, just 5 badges and that's it. But being a racing guy, it is kind of cool.

    Thanks again.

    I will try to post some pics of it over the weekend, but with my daughter's graduation, it may be kind of hectic.

    Thanks.............

    you should also have a keychain. if its an automatic, it has the 3.23 rear standard, crome rims, al driveshaft, steering cooler and some other shit i dont remember

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    well i got my car salvaged and it was pretty damn cheep. the air bags blew and it was missing the drivers door. so i bought the door and i ended up paying around 7500 for a car with 17000 miles on it. its a pretty nice car if you ask me

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    I know, when the air bags pop on these cars it's about $3000-$4000 dealer charged repair for the bags, module, windshield, dash and labor. The actual body damage may be minimal but the insurance companies total them out.

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    Quote Originally Posted by nhraformula View Post
    you should also have a keychain. if its an automatic, it has the 3.23 rear standard, crome rims, al driveshaft, steering cooler and some other shit i dont remember
    I just bought a 2000 NHRA Trans Am. Is that using a LS1? And how much horses is the engine cranking out?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Vertiviper View Post
    I say 18k-22k with those miles.
    Quote Originally Posted by Snowboardr18 View Post
    my guess would be mid-high teens
    Quote Originally Posted by StuntmanMike View Post
    I wouldn't expect to get anything extra for the NHRA edition. It's basically just a few badges, it's not a sought after edition like a Collector's Edition.

    With the salvage title, I'd say maybe 12-13k. I wouldn't pay anymore than that.
    if you get 10k be happy.
    Quote Originally Posted by bh5432 View Post
    I know, when the air bags pop on these cars it's about $3000-$4000 dealer charged repair for the bags, module, windshield, dash and labor. The actual body damage may be minimal but the insurance companies total them out.
    that's when you step in and find the parts chaeper to keep it a clean title.

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    Quote Originally Posted by cerneY View Post
    I just bought a 2000 NHRA Trans Am. Is that using a LS1? And how much horses is the engine cranking out?
    it has the ls1 motor.
    to the rear wheels your putting out between 290-300 h.p

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    I have a 2001 NHRA Trans am, does anybody know the production breakdown of how many coupes and convertibles were built, I know there were 145 total.

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    I agree......
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