Bought a 350z

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  1. D3VST8R96GT

    D3VST8R96GT Well-Known Member

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    Tree hunnit an fiddy dollas
     
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    Wow that's a deal for $350..I'll pay you $700 for it right now hah double your money just like that!
     
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    Nice score! Looks good in pics man
     
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    dude, for that money, hard to complain
     
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    Thats a steal man. Needs a little tlc but still a score for u. Hoping to get an asking price for my stang and sell it to get one of these this summer.
     
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    Yay for pics! It's been a couple days, are you still digging on it?
     
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    You cold make more than 350 by parting it out..
     
  8. D3VST8R96GT

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    It feels like a go cart compared to my '98 lol.... with bald tires it takes turns just as fast as my mustang and doesnt even feel like im pushing it. It doesnt have a whole lot of get up to it, but feels the same across the power band. Thats with the issues it has.

    It feels like a light weight 2 seater nissan maxima..... oh wait.... it pretty much is lol
     
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    Weld the dif and go sliding.... weeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeeee :headbang:
     
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    That's a damn nice car for $350.

    does it have a nismo badge on the back lol
     
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    definitely turn it into a drift car.
    Hell of a deal
     
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    Wow that's a steal for tree hunnit and fiddy, I agree with brendan you should drift that thing.
     
  13. D3VST8R96GT

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    How so cheap?
     
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    My friend has one. He added some washers to the muffler flange which creates an exhaust leak that sounds like an aftermarket exhaust. Sounds real nice and only cost is the washers.
     
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    Very nice for $350....I imagine the timing chain repairs would be $1K
     
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    Ya why so cheap
     
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    GTR swap it and have the ultimate sleeper. No one would expect a beat up ol 350 to run like a raped ape ;)

    But you got a 350 for 350... That alone is kinda cool..
     
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    I got it cheap from a friend. He bought it and it started having issues (also has a salvage title). The issues aren't that bad in you have tools but he is a newb but loves cars. I jokingly offered him 300 for it.... and he called me a few days later saying 350 and its a deal hahaha. I told him if I fix it he can but it back for 350 plus parts (I get a stereo out of it).....

    The timing chain tensioner isn't that big of a job they have a nice little access panel on the timing cover to access it. I am considering just doing a whole new timing set for it. I'm gonna do fluid and plugs this weekend if the miss goes away I'll call him and have him do the the brakes and see if he wants to buy it back.
     
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    Though he is pretty dead set on getting a mustang now....