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I have a 1986 Dodge Omni GLH-T for sale, in Canada - Québec.

Mileage: 130 438 km
Engine Size: 2.2


Asking price is $3700 us



Car is mostly stock beside a few upgrades.
It is silver outside and burgundy red inside.
I own that car since May 2012. Previous owner had the floor fixed and the car painted.
It is not pristine but it is very nice, clean, reliable and very rare around here.
I'd like to get the amount of the sale to buy myself a house (Need a bit more fund)
Car comes with a lots of spare parts which are in plastics bins.

Engine:
-Bone stock 2.2 T1 engine with the A525 transmission. Stock Logic module.
-O2 is a 4 wire one.
-Newer style alternator with Polybushings.

Front suspension/brakes:
-11" 1989 Shelby conversion.
-Knuckles and calipers are powder coated black.
-New hub/bearing
-Carbotech XP8 front pads.
-Steel sleeve inside the rebuilt calipers (Instead of the phenolic one)
-Braided stainless brake line.
-Brand new brake lines (Steel,hard one everywhere)
-New 24mm Master cylinder.
-Running the Tan proportioning valve.
-Fresh Motul RBF 600 oil brake.
-G-body adjustable Koni.
-Ground Control coilover (500lbs/in)
-Adjustable Camber/caster plate.
-Rebuilt lca (Ball joint and bushings)
- Minus 1 degré of camber with zero toe. I used the oem spec for the caster. Alignment was done with me in the car. (150lbs)

Rear brakes/suspension:
-1989 Shelby rear 11" ventilated disk brake.
-Braided stainless steel lines.
-Back plate and calipers are powder coated black.
-Calipers are rebuilt with steel pistons (instead of the phenolic one)
-Polybushings 1" rear swaybar
-Carbotech AX6 rear pads.
-Koni adjustable struts.
-Ground Control coilover (400lbs/in)

Interior:
-Daytona boost gauge inside a fake vent (look oem)
-4 spoke Shelby steering wheel (still have the oem one)
-Pioneer Ipod ready.

Exterior:
-Hella H4 headlight.
-Moonroof (look to be oem, picture of the ASC sticker)


Car is not harsh with that suspension (and we don't have the best roads in North America)
It stick to the road pretty much like a GLH should have been build to start with.
Brake are a huge benefits. Emergency brake is functioning.

I can assist anyone if you need to pass a border.

I'd like to get $3700 for the car with the oem pizza wheels.
If you would like to get the Kosei K1 15x7 with the Dunlop Direzza II add $600 more!
I paid a good chunk to find those wheels and with the tires, I believe it is a fair price.
Yes, the 11" brake swap fits nicely behind the stock wheels =)
 

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I'm the previous owner....I really miss the GLH.....I'd need to sell my Daytona to be able to afford bringing her back home.

You've done some nice upgrades while keeping the exterior stock looking - nice job !!
 

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Damn, I wish it had A/C.
 

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What exactly do you mean about assisting to pass over the border?
Has it ever been registered in the states?
I know others here have brought cars across but I can't seem to find the info on what they had to do to get it across, any links would be helpful
 

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What exactly do you mean about assisting to pass over the border?
Has it ever been registered in the states?
I know others here have brought cars across but I can't seem to find the info on what they had to do to get it across, any links would be helpful
I doubt that car was registered in the States.

By that, I mean I would help to the best of my knowledge any potential buyer!
If I have to bring the car close to the border, I will. As long has it happen before the end of the month because I won't renew my plates unless I really have to. After October 31, car will stay in the garage.

Mike, aka 168glhs1986 as bought a car from Quebec from Spiro440.

I'll ask Spiro what was needed.
 

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Just a little heads up, since spring is around the corner, looks like I might be able to get the car back to my place before May 1st.

So if you want a decent GLH-T, mostly stock and have a project on your own for increasing the outpout of the stock engine, that might be a good chance for you to grab a good project or even, turn heads since it is mostly stock.
 

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I love all your upgrades Francois, the car looks great.

I miss having the GLHT, but if I could unload my Shelby Daytona and have small wad of cash left over I'd love to buy it back.

I'd love to see a T2 and A-555 in it.
 

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Here is your chance.
Car is back at my place.
I can assist you like you did :)
Still have all the parts bin.
 

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I have a friend that bought an SS Impala from a guy in Florida and he had it shipped to northern Illinois for $500. I wonder what difference shipping from Canada to the US might be? Distances can be worked out, provided you're not working with only a few bucks left over after the purchase.
 
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