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1998 Nissan Stagea Rs4

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Location: NSW: Regional

Postcode: 2455

Odometre: 187xxx kilometres

Asking Price: $9,000

Condition: Used

Reason for Selling: I need a smaller car as a daily.

Delivery Methods: PickUp

Contact Info: 0413554497

Extra Information:

Nissan Stagea 1998 RB25DET AWD RS4

Colour: Pearl White

Mods: Coilovers (Engineered)

Bodykit: I have no idea what it is, but it has a small kit on there, front bar/skirts/rear hatch lip

Car is registered in NSW, and ide be happy to supply a RWC if requested

Car was just serviced by my NRMA and given a thumbs in regards to condition.

The ONLY reason im debating selling it, is due to the fact its my only vehicle, and its too much fuel for lil old me to use purely as a daily driver getting to work and back 5/6 days a week.

Ide be interested in part trade for 4cyl turbo + cash (will consider NA)

I will not let this car go for anything short of the perfect deal, ide rather pay bigger fuel bills then trade for a lemon!

My camera's memory card decided to die (as i tried to take pics) but if your genuine, i will hunt down a nice camera and get pics up for you.

Thankyou for looking.

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