Good Gas miliage, i get around 25mpg
this truck is ready for hard work!
$3500 in last 3 months on brand new parts:
$800 on new a/c overhaul(new compressor/condensor/evap etc etc, you know the whole works).
A/C IS ICE COLD!
$800 on complete oe exhaust overhaul(everything brand new from manifold to tail pipe).
4 new shocks(original equipment).
$800 on new wheels, tires, lug nuts 2k ago!
new rear bumper with mounting brackets/bolts/tags light.
new tail lights.
new front bumper/grille/skirt/marker lights/turn signal lights.
new front fender. primed black
new bedliner by herculiner
new window visors.
new tailgate net(by gator net), i forgot to show in pics.
new side mirrors.
new fuel filter
original tailgate is little rough and is mechanically sound.
the drivers door has some dents in it, may can get out but probably need a new door shell like the new fender.
interior is ok. seat is good. headliner is very good. put a camaro rear view mirror on it with dome light.
truck is solid and dependable, doesn't smoke, and the throttle is responsive.
ready for everyday driver.
recently passed emissions testing in williamson county tn couple months ago.
Engine is really really good! don't know if its been rebuilt or what. high mileage, but runs good and has lots of power.
i will work with your shipper.
pick it up today and drive it anywhere.
615-767-6885 text email or call
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Tue, 17 Sep 2013 13:59:00 EST
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.
Fri, 05 Apr 2013 08:46:00 EST
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.
The Nissan NV200 is having a rough go of it as New York City's Taxi of Tomorrow. The Greater New York Taxi Association wants the van banned on the grounds that it isn't a hybrid, and has gone so far as to sue the city to keep the NV200 out of taxi fleets. According to The New York Times, the city has responded by proposing to allow taxi drivers to use certain hybrid vehicles. The Taxi and Limousine Commission's proposal would allow any vehicle with an interior volume of 138 cubic feet or more. Unfortunately, that excludes nearly every machine that isn't the size of the NV200.
Mon, 24 Mar 2014 10:14:00 EST
Technically, Nissan is working on a hybrid version of the Taxi of Tomorrow, but it may be years before that model hits the streets, and the Greater New York Taxi Association isn't satisfied with the city's offer. In a statement, the Association said, "These rules look like they have been created to short-circuit the litigation. We do not consider this to be a serious proposal."
It was over a month ago when we received reports that Nissan would be unveiling the new Murano at the New York Auto Show next month. Now the Japanese automaker has confirmed its imminent arrival, offering up the brief teaser clip below to give us a very faint idea of what to expect.
In announcing the Murano's upcoming debut in Manhattan, the company described the Murano as "the halo vehicle for Nissan's expanding range of bold crossovers and SUVs," previewing the design that will distinguish a whole range of Nissans to follow.
Short of that, we've got little to go on, but we're expecting to see some traits from the Resonance concept of 2013 Detroit vintage finding their way onto the production version of a vehicle that has always been rather stylized from the start. Something (sales figures, perhaps?) tells us that the oddball CrossCabriolet will get lost along the way, not that we'll mind.