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Nissan Silvia S15 Jdm 2001 Model

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Nissan Silvia S15 JDM 2001 model


Custom midnight purple with flared guards. Sports suspension, Ball bearing Garrett 2871R turbo, 120xxx kms on the clock, car is excellent.

Item Summary: 2001 S15 NISSAN 200SX SPEC-R, custom paint midnight purple paintjob with flared guards.

Location: Melbourne

Odometre: 120,000 kilometres

Asking Price:$15,500

Condition: Used

Reason for Selling: time to buy a house, im getting old -)

Delivery Methods: PickUp

Contact Info: 0421 864 698 sms/call for fast response or feel free to PM

Extra Information: I honestly spared no penny touching up this car and making it a perfect car to drive. Car has custom paintjob done, midnight purple, with flared guards. Service just done, new brakes, new rear discs. Compression tested 4 months ago, recording 150 across all for, any test welcome, no test pilots/time wasters please.

Car will come with these extras: (all these goodies will come for the price above)

-Ball bearing garrett 2871R turbo only 15000 KM old ($1500)

-Front mount intercooler($450)

-Trust Radiator($800)

-Blitz Boost gauge($100)

-Blitz Aftermarket turbo timer($50)

-Upgraded gearbox to 5spd s14 gearbox($800)

-Exedy brass button clutch($1000)

-New from+rear brake pads+rear discs($400)

-Tinted windows($300)

-Custom midnight purple paintjob+flared guards ($4000)

-Lovells suspension (sportier ride and slightly lower but LEGAL height)($400)

-Bosch fuel pump ($200)

TOTAL VALUE: $9900 approx!!!

Other important information:

-12 months rego

-Wheel balance and allignment just completed, perfect drive

-Serviced just done (done every 6,000KM)

-Alarm and kill switch

*****$15 500 for above...HOWEVER....*****

I also have these parts available for extra on top of the asking price:

-ISC coilovers, barely used (extra $700)

-Clarion DVD player+sub (extra $350)

-Full exhaust with Varex muffler, which you can quieten down (close off) using a remote switch (extra $350)

-Denso 650 injectors (extra $300)

-Apexi PowerFC (tuned for above) with hand controller (extra $600)

-Z32 AFM (extra $150)

-Blitz Boost controller (extra $150)

-Rays 18 inch wheels, with almost new tires all round, front 225/40/18, rear 245/45/18 (extra $1500)

-Aftermarket tail lights (extra $100)

Bad points (every car has something):

-Damaged guard (easy repair)

-5th gear has developed slight crunch but if gear is changed gently, has no problems.

-Willing to swap for a small, cheap car plus cash my way.


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