Will trade for ready to run Dirt Legends car. Car has been in the 10's with two different owners on fairly stock build motors. Was professionally built and caged by Brad Brooks a well know DSM'er and tunner. Car is set up to go drag racing, dash was removed completely gutted underneath and shell put back on with Autometer gauges, car was rewired with switch panel and all extra wires removed, interior gutted, set up for "Street" Classes. Professionally caged- 6 piont but done to be able to add extra points easily. Supper light chassis manual steering rack, no power anything, if your going 11's in a DSM Eclipse Talon drop your motor in this and it will go 9's with some tunning, I have been 11's with a tired bone stock motor 4g63 in it. Comes with Intercooler and piping , koni suspension, gauges, switch panel, high volume fuel system pump-regulator, Filter AN lines and Filter, Professional Brake setup-stainless lines aftermarket master, Roll cage, MSD Box, Aluminum Radiator, Lightweight Racing battery Setup, Sparco Steering Wheel with Quick Release, One Racing Seat set up currently for auto but comes with everything for manual transmission as well, will include an automatic transmission with sale. Car does not include motor or ECU those are what it will need to run. Have some of those things available for additional funds. Set up to run a AEM Computer with speed density. There is lots more info and parts but I know this is a very limited market, look at the pics, its not a street car with some stuff thrown on it, it was professional done completely stripped down to shell, then rebuilt with racing and constancy in mind- new braking system, new fuel system, steering wheel with quick disconnect, cage, small lightweight battery and disconnect, custom front bumper with tube work for half size aluminum radiator and large Intercooler, MSD Ignition, much more I am basically asking parts for this. I know this is not for everyone but if your a 4G63T enthusiast and you want to go fast and not tear up a ton of parts this is something to consider, car really has to be seen in person to be appreciated.