1993 Nissan 240sx Se Convertible 2-door 2.4l on 2040-cars
Spanaway, Washington, United States
This car really does run and drive great and from what I've heard, there was only 5 thousand of these even made. I'd love to keep it, this was my sister's car and sadly she passed away, but the memorial hasn't been done for her yet and that's something that I want to make sure she has, because it's something that I do know that she wanted, she had it written down and so far we haven't been able to afford to do that for her yet and this is the only way I can think of to raise the money to do so for her.
This car was her baby though, her pride and joy and she really loved this car, so I hope and pray that whoever does buy it, takes as good of care of it as she did. It is fun to drive ^_^ and for those that may be wondering, no she did not pass away in her car, it had nothing to do with her car, she was at her home when it happened. The car's in great condition though and whoever buys it is going to have much fun ^_^
Nissan 240SX for Sale
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