MK 94 3000GT (Matt Kulchar)

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1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4

1995 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4
Green

Ride of the Month Submission 3000GT/Stealth International September 2010

Engine:

  • Metal Y pipe
  • lightweight crank pulley
  • Polished upper and lower radiator pipes
  • Powder coated front valve cover and plenum
  • K&N filter
  • Dejon intake pipes
  • Greddy Type S BOV
  • 3000GT SPC
  • Oil Cap
  • DR650s
  • DNP Precats and down pipe

Wheels/Brakes:

  • 95-96 Stock 5 Spoke Chrome Stealth rims
  • bf goodrich g-force kdws

Electronics:

  • Full center gauges replaced
  • Viper alarm
  • Full system with 2 amps and speakers

Exterior:

  • Clear Corners

Interior:

  • Custom green and black 3000GT Seats and door panels
  • Custom shift boot
  • Replaced aftermarket carpet


How I got started:

So I’ve been in love with the 3000GT for years!!!! As a kid growing up my neighbor had a 2G and now that I think about it must have been a 94 VR4. Black on Charcoal, the man cleaned the damn thing religiously and only took it out on sunny days. I was in complete awe of his car, and it was bone stock. I had seen it for years and I would say around 98 or so making me 10, my balls finally dropped and I went over and asked the guy what kind of car he had. He showed me the car and even took me for a ride, man I had never been exposed sports cars so the 3S was a perfect intro. Fast forward to today I’m 21 and I’ve owned 11 and counting. 7 3000GTs, and 4 Stealths. I simply love the platform and I can’t see myself leaving anytime soon. I love buying and wrenching on them.

This Cars Story:

This car is my new DD and I just dropped the motor and trans into it. It was a bigger build and was going to stay on that level, but a recent purchase made me sell my old DD and return this one to stock. I really love this car and it gets quite a few looks (even being GREEN).

1991 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4

1991 Mitsubishi 3000GT VR4
A future RED VR-4

Ride of the Month Submission 3000GT/Stealth International October 2009

Engine:

  • Polished Y pipe
  • Forged crank
  • 3sx lightweight crank pulley
  • Polished upper and lower radiator pipes
  • Powder coated front valve cover and plenum
  • K&N filter
  • Dejon intake pipes
  • Greddy RS BOV
  • 3000GT SPC
  • Oil Cap

Wheels/Brakes:

  • 95-99 Stock 6 Spoke Chrome rims
  • bf goodrich g-force kdws

Electronics:

  • Prosport Boost Gauge
  • Prosport Oil Temp Gauge
  • Prosport Water Temp Gauge
  • Pioneer Head Headunit

Exterior:

  • 2G Rear Bumper
  • 2G Side Skirts
  • 94 Headlights
  • 94 Front Bumper
  • 99 Combat Wing
  • Clear Corners
  • 2G Rear Garnish

Interior:

  • Double din gauge trim
  • New black leather seats

How I got started:

So I’ve been in love with the 3000GT for years!!!! As a kid growing up my neighbor had a 2G and now that I think about it must have been a 94 VR4. Black on Black, the man cleaned the damn thing religiously and only took it out on sunny days. I was in complete awe of his car, and it was bone stock. I had seen it for years and I would say around 98 or so making me 10, my balls finally dropped and I went over and asked the guy what kind of car he had. He showed me the car and even took me for a ride, man I had never been exposed sports cars so the 3S was a perfect intro.

Fast forward to today I’m 21 and I’ve owned 5 and counting. 2 3000GTs, and 3 Stealths. I simply love the platform and I can’t see myself leaving anytime soon. I love buying and wrenching on them.

This Cars Story:

As for this specific 3S, she is a 91 VR4, originally from North Carolina and eventually to Texas. From there I purchased her from Clay (SpeedTweakerVR4) in May 09. She now resides in the state of Ohio. She is a complete project and is driven exactly as you see her pictured, kind of a joke among my friends. Although I hope to learn to paint with this car so one more notch on my belt of things I can do. I bought her in rough shape needing body panels, and paint work as well as some interior fixing. I have been daily driving her and slowly fixing things. I take a great deal of pride in all my cars, and really plan to fix the car up nicely. Currently it’s a slow process due to college and work. As for future plans of the car, she will be painted red and returned to former glory. Since being a project I don’t expect much, but I’ve always wanted to enter ROTM!! Thanks for reading guy!

This article originated from a thread or post on 3000GT/Stealth International. (2349)