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    I'm reluctantly selling my 2005 Grand Prix GTP with 109K miles. New this year (2019) ZZP headers, DP, resonator, exhaust, mufflers, fuel injectors, plugs, wires, and 180* tstat. The CAI has been on the car for a while.

    The car is in excellent condition! It has the leather heated seats and a Kenwood deck.

    I've only used 93 octane, Penzoil Platinum full-synthetic oil in this car, and change the oil every 3-4K miles, or 4 months, whichever comes first. And lately it's been the 4 months.

    I'll also throw in the HP tuner with 2 GM credits that I've used for this car. I just never got the time to learn the tool, and utilize it. Some house updates have taken priority.

    I'm asking for $5,800 and the car is located in Bloomington, IL.
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    2005 GTP - Headers, 3" DP, resonator, and catback, CAI, 605 plugs *Sold*
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    Will you negotiate about the replacement cost of that stupid head unit? (You do understand the sound comes out of the speakers, yes?)
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    Car sold with the stupid Kenwood deck. Sorry it didn't have the Alpine amp and RF subs for you.
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    Pretty sure that dude is just trolling, based on his post history.
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    Quote Originally Posted by bandook View Post
    Pretty sure that dude is just trolling, based on his post history.
    If you define "trolling" as "insulting people who think that 'better' sound is more important than driving at night," then yes. (That actually happened on a Monte Carlo forum. A guy lost his headlights when he put in an aftermarket deck. Not a DIC function, his HEADLIGHTS.) The only thing more important than how a car runs is how it looks. It only looks worse with an aftermarket head unit, especially for the geniuses who put single DIN units in double DIN slots, and leave the stock speakers in place. (I have no problem with people who do the reverse. The car sounds better and looks the same. ) And yes, had I actually any intention of buying the car, I'd have gotten a discount for having to replace the head unit, or I'd have walked away.

    Happily, I just found a GXP closer and for less money.
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