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It's coming up on two years I've had my Murci taken apart for a build and addressing issues that come from these cars sitting in storage and not being driven. My car had 3 owners and 13K miles. I have a new twin disk clutch instaled from McLeod. The clutch is super light. I was surprised. I also did the "thrust" bearing replaced. I also performed the valve adjustment. Only the exaughst was in need, which is normal. Timing was spot on.
All that said, I feel I'm losing interest in perusing this project. I am considering the thoughts of selling parts, including the gated transmission if you want to make your e-gear a manual. Or selling it whole to someone that wants to continue the build or return to original. The title is 100% clean, so return to OEM will keep it at a collector status.
I'm open to offers, but will not consider low ball offers. I know this car inside and out as I performed all maintenance and successfully overrided some emission sensors without throwing codes. The ECU's are professionally tuned. I also have the logs if you are able to read these Campi codes.
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If it’s a LP640 manual (you didn’t mention the year), your quickest and best financial option, without having to spend much time on it yourself, since you’ve lost interest, would be to ship everything to a good Murci mechanic for them return it as much as practical back to stock, and then sell it as a whole car.

You’ll sell some parts quick for far less money than a whole LP640 manual, and then spend the next 20 years trying to sell the rest of the parts. If you’re sick of it now, just imagine how you feel looking at the picked over carcass in a few years.
 

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If it’s a LP640 manual (you didn’t mention the year), your quickest and best financial option, without having to spend much time on it yourself, since you’ve lost interest, would be to ship everything to a good Murci mechanic for them return it as much as practical back to stock, and then sell it as a whole car.

You’ll sell some parts quick for far less money than a whole LP640 manual, and then spend the next 20 years trying to sell the rest of the parts. If you’re sick of it now, just imagine how you feel looking at the picked over carcass in a few years.
It's a 2005. I hear you. I guess I'm just putting it out there as an option. If nothing comes of a worth while sale, I'll keep it. I still love the car and if I do keep get it back together I intend to drive it like a daily driver. In my opinion, these cars have issues because they sit.
This is a great community of people too, so just keeping it and talking about it to others is great!
 

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It's a 2005. I hear you. I guess I'm just putting it out there as an option. If nothing comes of a worth while sale, I'll keep it. I still love the car and if I do keep get it back together I intend to drive it like a daily driver. In my opinion, these cars have issues because they sit.
This is a great community of people too, so just keeping it and talking about it to others is great!
Ah ok. As a pre-LP manual, that changes everything because they are half or less of the value of a good LP-640 manual. I definitely wouldn't sell off the transmission and all the parts (ECU, dash, shifter, pedal, etc) that make it a manual because they won't work for an LP-640, and that's where the money is for the conversion. If I were you, I would just muster up the energy put it back together and drive it and then sell it if you want. Doesn't make sense to sell parts off a non-wrecked, low mileage, clean title car, and you're not going to get anywhere near the full value in pieces, and you said you don't want to lose a lot of money (no low ball offers, which is what you'll get, and what you should get for a car in pieces).
 

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Ah ok. As a pre-LP manual, that changes everything because they are half or less of the value of a good LP-640 manual. I definitely wouldn't sell off the transmission and all the parts (ECU, dash, shifter, pedal, etc) that make it a manual because they won't work for an LP-640, and that's where the money is for the conversion. If I were you, I would just muster up the energy put it back together and drive it and then sell it if you want. Doesn't make sense to sell parts off a non-wrecked, low mileage, clean title car, and you're not going to get anywhere near the full value in pieces, and you said you don't want to lose a lot of money (no low ball offers, which is what you'll get, and what you should get for a car in pieces).
I hear you. I'm not going to take low offers. Part of me want to keep it. We'll see.
 
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