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Hi all,

Have decided to sell my Stagea: I don't really drive it any more as I have been getting into riding my motorcycle and as such have found that weeks and weeks can go by with out me even hopping into the car.

So, it is a dark blue 1997 series 1 with all the usual RS FOUR 2.5L RB25DET fruit, plus:

Twin sun-roofs

18" rims with good rubber

Anti Sway bars (as discussed in this thread)

Castor arms (as above)

DVD/CD/MP3 Player and in dash screen


Roof racks/bars

K&N air filter

Car also has the rear cargo cover

New Battery as of 24/12/05

Regular service (Spark plugs changed and fuel injectors cleaned at some stage)

Balance of 3 year warrenty (about 23 months left on warrenty)

I bought the car with 119K kms on the clock in December 2004 - I have done about 6K in the last 13 months, so as you can tell I haven't been driving it too much at all.

Car runs fine and I do still enjoy driving the car when I do, but basically now I don't really drive at all (ride the bike) and I can really do with the money to do some renovations/alterations to my house.

So if interested then please phone 0412 856 878 rather than PM or post here as I do not frequent this forum anymore either. I am in Perth, North Eastern Suburbs.


Steve E.

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More details if you aren't sure what the standards specs include:

Dual SRS Airbags

Power Mirrors

Power windows

Power Sun Roofs (dual sun roofs)

Power Steering


Air Conditioning with climate control


Adjustable driver's seat

Adjustable steering wheel

2.5 litre straight 6 single turbo

Front strut brace


And some pics:












Apart from the whiteline sway bars, castor arms, K&N filter and 18" wheels (235/40Z R18) the car is stock mechanically. Nice tidy example - reasonable offers accepted :P

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Roo Racing make top quality carbon pipes; had one on my old ZX7R. Nice wheels (both), hurry up tho and get off the learneers 250cc and onto a litre-eater (like the below link)!

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