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1998 S1 Stagea 260rs

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Unfortunately the time has come to part with my beloved 260RS. I wish I could keep her but I think it's best that I settle down, at least just a little.

So, here are the details;

Make: Nissan

Model: Stagea 260RS Autech Version

Year: 1998

Kilometers: 78xxx

Transmission: 5spd Manual

Price: $29,500

Rego: YES until May '09

Mods: Aside from these, she's as stock as a rock.

- HKS Hi-Power cat back exhaust

- Mongoose M80 alarm/immobiliser with SMS paging

- Blitz FATTX full auto turbo timer

- Pioneer CD player

Location: Adelaide

I'm the first owner since she left the motherland.

This is one of the last of the Series 1 260's, this car is 1 of approximately 4 series 1 260RS's in this colour in South Australia.

It comes with all of the factory handbooks including the Autech handbooks and original dealer delivery paperwork (in Japanese). I also have an english handbook.

There is a full set of Stagea floor mats, Stagea cargo area floor liner, factory roller blind and premium car cover included in the sale.

I also have paperwork proving its authenticity (screenshot of FAST).

Servicing has always been done every 3000-5000kms and the utmost care has been taken of this car.












I really wish that I could hang on to her but unfortunatly the minister of war and finance has different views.

This car is great fun and it's practical. I have used it as my daily drive for a while and it has never let me down.

A few other points;

  1. I am able to help with interstate transport if you need.
  2. I would like to see her go to a new owner that will appreciate her.

I am open to offers/suggestions as I understand that the market is a bit difficult at the moment, but each will be assesed on its own merits.

Please contact me on;

mobile - 0407 207 977 anytime.

email - [email protected]



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