My name is Alex, 24 years old and a huge fan of american cars.
Since 2005 I own a 1987 Pontiac Trans Am ; 5.7L TPI with some modifications (Headers, Ported Heads, custom tune, holley stealth ram).
About 1 month ago, I wanted to do something against the excessive oil loss, and pulled out the engine to install new gaskets. After I have seen that almost all piston rings were broken, and even one piston wasn't in one piece anymore (the lower part of the piston was missing?!) I needed another car for daily driving. So a friend offered me his 92` SSEi in exchange for most of my T/A`* engine parts (he owns a 1987 t/a, too, but a 5.0L).
So the deal is set and there are only 6 days left until I get my Bonnie.
Bonnies Engine had been rebuilt 2 years ago for about 4500$, almost everything new.
Just one problem, it says Code 41: Cam Sensor, diagnosed by Diacom-Software. (very practical that bonnie has the same diagnostical interface like my t/a).
Now I'll do some searching, I think the code41 is a common problem, a new cam sensor +interruptor has already been ordered.
And now the pictures:
I'll upload some pictures after some days of intensive cleaning an polishing+waxing