-The cars color is White
-Nissan 240sx S13
-Orignal engine ka24de
-New NGK spark plugs and wires
-New Bodykit (Side skirt, DuckWing,
-New Tints all around
-New 240sx logo mates
-Dupont g2-7779s clear
-New Headlights plus original headlamps
-New Redone Original Seats
-Aftermarket radio w/aux,Bluetooth
-New Rims Chrome
-New tires Less then 500 miles on them
-New fabricated Side Mufflers
-Great sound system
-No electrical problems
-Clean almost new dash orignal
-New steering wheel NRG
-New Hub & Quick release 2.0 NRG
-Kept in a Garage
-Ready to mount a New Motor
-Close to Ready to Drift,Drag
-New Suspensión Coilovers ISR Pro Series Coilovers Nissan 240SX S13 (89-94) IS-PRO-S13
-Everything original OEM
-No rust or minimal
-Have extra spare parts
-There’s more just ask I know I’m missing some items on the list just ask.
-NO TRADE! If your not a serious buyer or wanting free rides please don’t waste your time and waste my time
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Columbus , Ohio, United States
-The cars color is White
Nissan 240SX for Sale
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Auto blogThu, 18 Jul 2013 14:58:00 EST
When we say that our long-term 2013 Nissan Pathfinder has been busy, we mean it. Want proof? In the past month, the big, brown Nissan was only idle enough for us to take it in for its 11,500-mile routine service and to shoot a couple of new photos of the long-termer in Detroit.
Most recently, the Pathfinder spent a few weeks in the hands of AOL Autos' executive editor Sharon Carty, who used the three-row CUV to haul her entire family from Detroit to New Jersey and back... twice. That's a pretty serious amount of miles, but it gave Sharon a really solid look into how the vehicle holds up for the needs of a family with kids of different ages.
"Luxury Defined," in the most ironic sense the galaxy has ever known, is now "Luxury Restored," in the real and incredible sense. Last September, Luke Aker made ads to sell his 1996 Nissan Maxima GLE, the YouTube version being a mix truth, bombast, a British accent and a ratchet strap. The ad tickled Nissan such that it bought the car from Akes and made a donation to a charity of his choice. Then they consulted with the citizens of the Internet to decide what to do with it, the final vote being a complete restoration and display at the company's Nashville HQ.
Friends, Netizens, countrymen, the job is done. Nicknamed "Old Glory," comparing the old car with the new is like reading one of those shelter dog rescue stories where the loving family nurses an impossibly cute pup back to health with handheld nursing sessions, baby bottles of warm milk and whispered lullabies. Only Nissan probably didn't sing to the Maxima.
The Maxima is now on display, and we hope they've hung the ratchet strap with it. You can see Aker's new video on the transformation above, plus another video and press release below detailing the Maxima's journey back to New Glory.
Nissan's Sentra Nismo Concept made its world debut at the LA Auto Show today as part of the Japanese automaker's intitiative to expand its performance line of factory performance models, and it's packing a turbocharged inline four-cylinder engine with 240 horsepower and 240 pound-feet of torque - that's 110 hp more than the regular Sentra.
Of course, no high-performance version of any car would be complete without the suspension upgrades to handle the power, and Nissan has fitted Nismo-tuned suspension and a limited-slip differential to the little front-wheel-drive sedan. With such an increase in power, Nissan wisely chose to swap out the stock brakes for the Brembo calipers and discs from the 370Z. Larger 225-millimeter-wide tires are wrapped around 19-inch Rays wheels and contained within wider fender flares. The steering and six-speed manual transmission also were tuned by Nismo.
The exterior gets new aerodynamic bits, such as a revised front fascia, a chin spoiler and a new rear spoiler, while the interior gets a nice set of Recaro seats and a leather-and-Alcantara steering wheel. For more information on the Sentra Nismo Concept, check out the press release below, and feel free to head over to the auto show photo gallery to see the car up close.