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Fs: Nissan A31 Cefiro - Suit Project


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hey guys

88 nissan a31 cefiro factory 5spd manual with r32 rb20det engine - non hicas and non abs but with VLSD

car has 12X,XXXkms on cluster and 7X,XXX on engine

car has not been in an accident as far as im aware or the previous owner states (no visible signs anyway)

mods:

gtr r32 fuel pump

Straight through turbo back exhaust 3"

Impul ECU

Kei Office coilovers

Eastbear cooler piping

HKS mushroom pod and mild steel inlet pipe

GTR r33 front mount cooler

stripped interior (backseats and seatbelts supplied and carpet is still in car - just boot linings and sound deadener removed)

16" 5 spoke rims

now the catch... its uncomplied but comes with import approval

things which require fixing:

windscreen has a crack along the bottom

chassis rails need capping (damage during transport)

new rear brake line required on the drivers side rear

car requires 2 front seats

dash has 4 holes on passenger side for gauges - dependant wether its used as a track car or a street car these may require to be filled

no stereo surround

and some minor work to get it running (some things are disconnected etc... a days work could see her running)

located in sa... car is navy blue... paintwork is average - could do with some touchups...

selling due to house hunting - can't keep 2 cars and its taking up space

this does need to go asap - i know some work is required however its only fiddly things... and wouldnt take too much more work to be registered

no pics atm... as dont have any of what it looks like atm (virtually a stock navy blue cef with rims lowered front mount and exhaust)

would like to see this go asap as mentioned above... some tlc and she'll be good!

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