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This 240SX belonged to a friend of my co-worker, who decided to get rid of it because she could not afford the repairs. This car is one of a pair from Texas which she took with her when she moved to Pennsylvania. When I received the car it was in a completely battered state. The interior was filthy, the driver seat was torn, there was a huge dent in the driver's side fender, a poorly done bondo patch in the quarter panel, the radiator leaked, and the motor was covered in oil. The car had no brakes, spewed coolant everywhere, and the transmission shifted rough, but I was able to limp it home where I began to fix it up. This is not another drift car build. I absolutely love everything about the Nissan S-Chassis, and it breaks my heart to see what very little clean examples are left being turned into drift cars. My goal with this car is a bit of a restomod with my main goal being to preserve the factory look of the car, no aftermarket wheels, no widebody panels, body kits, etc. However, no one gets an S-Chassis to keep it stock, which is why I plan to upgrade the suspension, steering, brakes, and later down the road a 5-speed swap and KA-T.
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