1991 Nissan 240sx Se Hatchback 2-door Vq35de Swap on 2040-cars
Bentonville, Arkansas, United States
Engine:2.4L 2389CC l4 GAS DOHC Naturally Aspirated
Number of Cylinders: 4
Trim: SE Hatchback 2-Door
Options: Sunroof, Leather Seats, CD Player
Power Options: Power Windows
Drive Type: RWD
This is a 1991 nissan 240sx that had a 2.4 ka motor originally. The paint is 3 years old along with the body kit . The Vis hood is new it's a carbon fiber js hood it has a dual headlight conversion and smoked Led tail lights it has coil overs front and rear. It has a new 5 lug conversion with new drilled slotted rotors . I installed a VQ35DE with 6 speed out of a 2006 350z that had 39000 miles on it. Fever racing did the wire harness and computer reprogramming and the polished intake it also has a AFE cold air intake with a new aluminum radiator with dual fans. It has a carbon fiber engine cover 255 lph fuel pump and fuel pressure regulator. it has a one piece steel drive shaft. it has new 18" x 9'' wheels upfront with 225/40 18" goodyear F1 tires and 18"x10" wheels with 245/40 18" goodyear F1 tires on the back. It has a new black carpet kit and a leather conversion from roadwire. It has a new weighted shift knob it has a pioneer dvd player with a pro box and a pioneer sub and a power bass amp. it has a Momo steering wheel it has a pillar pod mounted gauge setup with auto meter gauges it has tinted windows and a new windshield. The paint is 3 years old saying that it looks really good the lower front bumper has a few chips in it and the drivers front fender has a very small line from where we rolled the fenders. the air pump is on the motor and the components are in the car it just needs the lines hooked up and charged i don't know if there is anything else it really needs. i don't accept paypal or cashiers checks this will be bank wire or cash in hand thanks
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Auto blogThu, 07 Feb 2013 10:15:00 EST
Nissan hasn't had a proper European entry in the ridiculously popular compact hatchback segment since it stopped offering its somewhat staid and uninspiring Almera (above) in 2006. According to Automotive News Europe, the new machine, which will not be called Almera, will be marketed against the Volkswagen Golf and Ford Focus - two extremely popular models in Europe. Production is slated to begin in July of 2014.
The new compact will be built in Barcelona, Spain, at the factory that currently builds the Pathfinder, Navara pickup and NV200 commercial van. An investment of $178 million will be made to assemble the compact car, and an additional $27 million will go to the plant to create more trucks and transmissions for electric vehicles.
The decision to invest in Spain comes after the automaker successfully renegotiated contracts with local unions. Similar talks are underway in France, where Nissan partner Renault is based, but as of yet no new agreements have been struck. Feel free to browse through the official press release below.
Remember last April, when Nissan told us it would be launching five new models over the course of 15 months? Well, we've seen the Altima, Pathfinder, Sentra and Versa Note, so that magical fifth model has to be the new Rogue, which our spy photographers recently caught testing. Despite looking like a hodge-podge of black duct tape and garbage bags, we can clearly see that the new Rogue takes a lot of its styling cues from the Hi-Cross concept that Nissan showed at the 2012 Geneva Motor Show. And that's fine - we found that CUV concept to be a decidedly handsome thing, and certainly more attractive than the weird little Rogue that currently roams the streets.
Details surrounding the next Rogue are still very unclear, though our spies suggest that it could be powered by a new 1.2-liter supercharged four-cylinder engine, good for something like 113 horsepower and 140 pound-feet of torque. We'll see about that, since those numbers represent a drastic drop in power versus the current Rogue - to the tune of 57 hp and 35 lb-ft. A diesel engine for other markets is expected to be on offer, and a plug-in hybrid version is also rumored to be in the works, though that won't show up at the vehicle's initial launch.
If Nissan sticks to its plan of showing these five new models in the course of 15 months, that means we should see the Rogue in July. Of course, since things don't always go as planned, it could be many more months before all that camouflage is taken away.
Imitation might be the sincerest form of flattery, but in racing, where something as simple as a car's shape can lead to a competitive advantage, imitation can be a big no-no. That reality is being played out right now, with the DeltaWing prototype and the Nissan ZEOD RC. The two cars, as you can see from the images above, bear a striking resemblance to each other. They're so similar, in fact, that Dr. Don Panoz, one of the big names behind the DeltaWing program, is assigning some legal eagles to investigate any patent infringement.
The similarity shouldn't be a shock, though. Both cars are penned by Ben Bowlby, and the DeltaWing - which will be arriving as a coupe in the very near future - had Nissan branding and power for a not-insignificant amount of time. But for Panoz, the ZEOD RC's resemblance is just a bit too much, as he told Autoweek, "It's been interesting to watch people from Nissan trying to dodge the question, but the fact is that in their own press release they admit that the configuration of the ZEOD is the same as the DeltaWing. And we do have patents, in fact another one was just issued last week. We are in discussions with our legal advisors and we'll see what happens."
Frankly, it's not difficult to see what Panoz means. The general shape of the ZEOD RC, with its wide rear track and narrow front track arrangement - not to mention the headlights mounted over the rear wheel arches and any arrangements not visible under the body - are so reminiscent of the DeltaWing that differences like the shape of its closed cockpit and more upright front end might not prove different enough to avert Panoz's legal action. We'll stay with this one and let you know as more becomes available.