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Hi All,

I bought this car as I wanted a daily driver but its seems that Im strapped for money and need to sell it to fix my skyline.

1980 GH Sigma SE (luxo model).

270,000k's

T-Bar Auto

Excellent condition interior, not one crack on the dash, no rips in seats etc

A/C

Body is very straight and has had a recent respray. Car is in excellent condition bearing in mind it is 24 years old. Very comfortable and drives well.

Has only some minor rust spots that will be easy to fix, and will require very little for legit RWC

The car comes as is and needs a RWC & Reg

To get this car a RWC you would probably only need to spend about $100-$200. There is some minor rust below the windscreen which can easily be bogged up and thats all it would need for a RWC.

The fuel guage doesnt work.. but again its just the sender for the pump so thats another easy fix.

Besides that, some new oil and sparks would do the trick

215's on the rear and 165's up front

This car is in really really great condition inside and out and would be ideal for a daily driver. I want to keep it but I just need the money

$700 ONO

Cheers

Chris

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