My brother stopped at a salvage yard near home today to get a hood for his Chrysler New Yorker, and he said when he was pulling the hood he noticed a GTP sitting next to the New Yorker with the good hood. He noticed it was a fresh car there because it was pretty much complete. So he popped the hood, and low and behold a L67 engine with the following mods:
Modular pulley setup
MSD 10mm wires
Rockers (he said he couldn't really tell if they were different than stock, but when we pulled my oil filler cap on my SSE he said they were definitely different).
I am going to the place tomorrow right after I get off of work (early)
and I'm going to get as much of the goods as I can and see if I can find a name and address of the former owner in the car so I can call them and ask about rockers, cam, PCM programming (so I can sell it knowing what all is required for using this PCM in a 1997 GTP), etc.
Hmm, might just skip Rock Falls Saturday (Just kidding -I don't want to miss Saturday) to swap headers, rockers, CAI, and anything else that might swap.
Looks like the SSE is going to progress ALOT faster than I thought.
Already the car is definitely noticably faster as I stripped the trunk absolutely bare, complete back seat, floor mats, rear dash, and headrests from the front seats just this evening (took all of 45 minutes). Also did the ELC trick and went out for some practice launches on fresh pavement. Definitely a different launching procedure is required.