Hey all. First off, yes, I have always been an Fbody/GM guy, hence the screen name. It has stuck with me since I got my first Camaro, a 95 Z28. Since that time I have owned a 99 Z28, 00 SS, and just sold my 01 Z28. The 01 Z28 I picked up with the LS1 blown almost three years ago. It eventually turned into this... Then eventually this... It started as a complete budget turbo build. Stock bottom end LQ4, small turbo cam, ON3 76mm, junk yard 4L80E, Circle-D converter, stock 10 bolt, on E85. That equated to this... [video=youtube;ovHWR2Xzkq0]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ovHWR2Xzkq0[/video] I swapped out the ON3 for one of the new (at the time) Turbonetics 7875's. It picked up quite a bit of power and ran it's ass off for what it was. [video=youtube;lOOKsF2znPQ]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=lOOKsF2znPQ[/video] Over the past winter I decided I wanted more power and made a new hotside for it, swapped to a different cam, and hung a Borg Warner S480 off it. It made 727 RWHP blowing through the converter. It was a roll monster, but without a trans brake I couldn't build much boost on the footbrake any longer. I had fun with it for part of this year but decided to put it up for sale to help fund our new house we were building. I miss the car like crazy and wish I would have been able to get the new setup figured out before I sold it, but it is what it is. Here's a quick run versus the "Beater Bomb". [video=youtube;qI74I0KNDCk]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=qI74I0KNDCk[/video] Now, onto the new car. I have always like SN95 cars and wanted to try to find a clean one to just drive while I decide on what I want to do with it. I found this car up in Wisconsin a couple of weeks ago and made the drive to check it out. It was exactly what I wanted, fairly clean, stockish, T5, 5.0, and something that wasn't red. All of my Camaros were red. Anyway, the car is a 95 GT with 117k miles on it. I paid $4400 for it which I thought was fair, especially since it seems people want insanse prices for these things around here. I drove the car back 6 hours and had a blast doing so. The car isn't perfect by any means, but it is pretty clean. Has a few paint blemishes that will need addressed eventually, but other than that it runs and drives well, and everything works, including the A/C. Here's a few pictures... Finally, in it's new home. I know what you are all probably thinking, will I swap an LS into it eventually? The answer to that is, yes. It's what I know, it works, and can be done fairly cheap. I have browsed a few other threads on here and it seems that for the most part you all are cool with the LS thing. I am not trying to rub anything into anyone's face either. I truly like these cars, they are a great platform to build on, and I want to learn more about them. I am tired of messing around in an Fbody engine bay, paying $3000+ for a rear end, dimpling quarter panels from launches at the track, etc. For the time being I will enjoy driving the Mustang although it is extremely slow! Happy to be here and hopefully most of you will be happy to have me.