A great place to start a LS2 V8 project. Buy that car and you aren't starting out by making a bet with a $7,000-$9,000 value, adding at least $25,000 - $30,000 or more, and ending with a $30,000 value (the top price I've seen in the last 5 years). IMO, if the LS2 has turned out to your liking, you now have two cars.
(and reselling that old power plant and tranny usually is not a lot of fun or very successful. aka, don't have room for that, just get it out of here)
2007, GXP, $1,500, Falmouth, MA https://capecod.craigslist.org/pts/d...760338183.html (pic)
Sellers comments: I'm selling a 2007 Pontiac Solstices GXP for parts. Has turbo charger and 5 speed manual transmission it is very fast. It has no title and so it must be sold for parts. The car is in good condition with low miles on it. Come make an offer. Around $1500.
I will supply a non- titled vehicle form from the local P.D. along with a bill of sale.
Sorry for the late notice, auction ends tomorrow, $300 current bid.
2008 Pontiac Solstice GXP Vehicle ID: 30007868
Norms 430 bumper, vented fenders, Formula hood, Gravana J2Wheels, also known as Monach 410s from back in the forum vendor Kappasphere days. https://erepairables.com/salvage-car...e/vid-30007868 (pic)
It's right down the road, so to speak, in Ocala, FL. I could not bring myself to go look at it as no spare cash so it would just be torture. Notice it is an automatic, not a manual as in the description data. I'd like to see what's under the hood. Sum of the parts is worth more than the car...