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[SOLD]370z NISMO (Very Special)

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I have decided to change direction with my cars and move into the Classic world.

My pride and joy is now up for sale to fund my next project.

I purchased the car in 2016 from RS Direct in Bristol with less than 1,000 miles on her. The car was first registered in Spring 2016. I am the cars second registered keeper.

Since I have owned the car, I have tastefully modified it to set it apart from other 370z Nismos. I am the South East Regional Event organiser for 350z-uk.com and an active member of the forum where the car and I am are both well known. It has appeared at many events and shows.

The car currently has 7,900 (dry miles on it), is kept in a garage and will be fully serviced before sale.

The private plate will be removed and replaced as part of the sale.

It is in A1 condition throughout.

The modifications I have made to the car are as listed below.

 

  • Full Ark Dual Grip exhaust system.

  • Lowered on Tein S springs

  • Stillen Gen 3 air intakes

  • Custom made front canards

  • Rear quarter panels, roof, front bonnet and Nismo trim wrapped professionally in 3M Deep Space. Wrap can be removed at buyers’ request, but it is one of the cars assets.

  • Brake calipers professionally painted liquid gold

  • Work Emotion T7R2P 19 dish inch rims in Asterism (to match the wrap) fitted with new Dunlop Potenza tyres (500 miles) in April 2016– cost of £3,500.

  • Custom side blades

  • Nissan GTR starter button

  • Custom gear knob

 

This is a one off car that is a real head turner and attracts interest all the time.

 

I am asking for £26,500 for the car.

 

Happy to chat with anyone serious about the car.

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27 minutes ago, Payco said:

I have decided to change direction with my cars and move into the Classic world.

My pride and joy is now up for sale to fund my next project.

I purchased the car in 2016 from RS Direct in Bristol with less than 1,000 miles on her. The car was first registered in Spring 2016. I am the cars second registered keeper.

Since I have owned the car, I have tastefully modified it to set it apart from other 370z Nismos. I am the South East Regional Event organiser for 350z-uk.com and an active member of the forum where the car and I am are both well known. It has appeared at many events and shows.

The car currently has 7,900 (dry miles on it), is kept in a garage and will be fully serviced before sale.

The private plate will be removed and replaced as part of the sale.

It is in A1 condition throughout.

The modifications I have made to the car are as listed below.

 

  • Full Ark Dual Grip exhaust system.

  • Lowered on Tein S springs

  • Stillen Gen 3 air intakes

  • Custom made front canards

  • Rear quarter panels, roof, front bonnet and Nismo trim wrapped professionally in 3M Deep Space. Wrap can be removed at buyers’ request, but it is one of the cars assets.

  • Brake calipers professionally painted liquid gold

  • Work Emotion T7R2P 19 dish inch rims in Asterism (to match the wrap) fitted with new Dunlop Potenza tyres (500 miles) in April 2016– cost of £3,500.

  • Custom side blades

  • Nissan GTR starter button

  • Custom gear knob

 

This is a one off car that is a real head turner and attracts interest all the time.

 

I am asking for £26,500 for the car.

 

Happy to chat with anyone serious about the car.

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Sorry to see you getting rid of it mate, I really supprized after done all that work to it, hope your not leaving this forum, will you be fitting a bike rack to your next car? 

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I assume you are going 240 / 260Z?

Must admit that the itch I have for a 240Z is getting quite severe - I think that as soon as the right one comes up then I will be raiding my bank account.

Way too much money but I was looking at the MZR website at the weekend - absolutely gorgeous.

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Correcto. Looking to retire in a few years and fancy a classic that i can enjoy, restore to concourse condition and appreciate in value for the retirement fund.

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36 minutes ago, Payco said:

Correcto. Looking to retire in a few years and fancy a classic that i can enjoy, restore to concourse condition and appreciate in value for the retirement fund.

Oh Wow - your 370z is truly a cracking car all the best with your sale :teeth:

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I presume you had a good chat with Darren at Ace. Good luck with the sale mate.

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Thanks guys, I will be staying firmly in the fold. If it doesn't sell I will continue as I am and be happy enough. I just want a project and an engine and car I can spend the next few years tinkering with. 

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27 minutes ago, Paul K said:

Can’t believe you’re selling!!

Its not sold yet P, but will go if there is interest.

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Glwts Martin. Shame to see it go possibly, but also intriguing to see the new car if it happens as I love the older Z cars. 

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