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1993 240sx coupe with motor issue. 3k.

Discussion in 'Vehicles: For Sale/Trade/Wanted' started by clean240, Dec 26, 2007.

  1. clean240

    clean240 New Member

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    City:Eugene
    State/Province: Oregon
    Price: 3,000
    Item Description: FS 1993 coupe

    So yeah....I have my car up for sale....again. Clean title '93 coupe DOHC with some mods.

    Functional Heads up display / motorized moonroof / Power everything
    Nice directional tires up front with about 80% tread
    Rears of course are at about hmmm I'd say 15%
    Tein Superdrift Coilovers...pure insanity.
    Perfect offset meshies with little 1" lip
    Megan racing muffler
    1 month old tags
    AEM intake
    Strut bars
    Alarm

    Pretty basic starter car, coilovers are little extreme if you are literally just now getting into performance driving. Car ran perfect until yesterday. Started running all chunky out of blue, was just driving down the freeway and bam. Chunkiness. You know how a car sounds when you let it idle without the air sensor plugged in to the intake? It's like that. Still drove all the way home on the freeway. Don't feel like figuring out what the issue is. No oil leaks, nor have there ever been. Could be a ground gone bad, could be engine on its way out the door who knows. Every time it rains I kick out around 70% of the corners I take and sometimes take it out in parking lots and back roads and tear it up. Suspension still nice and tight with bushings intact. Not gonna lie like other people and say something stupid like "Never drifted"....what a load.

    It's time to buckle down and get serious about finishing my degree at school. I want to save on gas and not be tempted to drift anymore. If you won't give me $3,000 flat, don't bother talking to me. I don't want $2,800 or $2,995. If you don't have 3k ready to go don't bother messaging me.

    Car is clean, never wrecked and no rust. Hot heater, fast defrost. Caught a rock that jumped across freeway and cracked windshield. Old owner was some ditsy college girl and she started the car in gear and bumped into the back of her mom's car so there is a dent in the corner of the front bumper but that's it. Has tear in driver seat like most 240's. And seriously don't post a response about why it is worth whatever YOU think it is worth because to be honest I really don't care. $3,000 ONLY. I, nor anyone else need your input or suggestions. If you have absolutely no way of getting the car from me and you don't live TOO MANY hudnreds of miles away, you could pay me to trailer it to you with the family truck. I'm not a prick but you all know how selling/buying a car online can be and I don't want to waste my time or yours.

    -Trevor 541 255 6477

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  2. killercannible

    killercannible Senior Member

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    All pictures are taken of the passenger side, Little sketchy:confused:
     
  3. ImportGuy1208

    ImportGuy1208 New Member

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    Nice car, are you willing to sell without the meshies?
     
  4. clean240

    clean240 New Member

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    Um no.

    Except the CLOSE UP of the damage on the driver side bumper right? lol. Meshies go with car, I have zero use for them when the car leaves.
     
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