Friday, March 6, 2020

Casper The Friendly Ghosn: 1992 Nissan March

This next car has a mouth that is big enough to swallow a full grown man...like maybe an automotive executive and chairman who needs to maybe flee to his home country.  He could easily stow away in that gaping mouth and emerge once the cargo plane has cleared customs.  In theory.   And I would have saved this car for the Idles of March (et tu Nissan?)...but it'll probably be gone by then because it is sweeeeet! Find this 1992 Nissan March offered for $3000 in Seattle, WA via craigslist. Tip from JB1025.




From the seller:
1992 Nissan March
condition: good
cylinders: 4 cylinders
drive: fwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 68000
paint color: grey
size: compact
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: hatchback
Please consider buying my Right Hand Drive (K11) Nissan March.

$3000 Or Best Offer!

I’m looking to sell it because the engine has thrown a rod and put a hole in the block. So the motor will need to be replaced with another CG13DE. The car has a dent on the driver quarter panel. And the front bumper that is made of fiberglass is cracked on one side. But those are the only problems it has. It’s the only March that is in the U.S. right now and the Tommy Kaira front and rear bumpers that are on it are 1 of 25 made for the whole world. It’s got a lot of cool stuff done to it. It’s supercharged, manual, powered by an hks f-con ecu, has drivetrain work done to it referring to the viscous LSD, driveshaft and axles. Has a lightweight flywheel and aftermarket clutch. Also has work done to the suspension and brakes such as full tap coil overs with swift springs, and it has z10 cube front calipers. And I have the parts list of all modifications below.

5-Speed Manual Transmission, Tommy Kaira front bumper, Tommy Kaira rear bumper, aftermarket woodgrain steering wheel, Tomei short shifter, Power Enterprise supercharger (with brand new belt), HKS F-Con Mini piggyback ECU, Z10 Cube alfa cam, Cusco oil catch can, aftermarket stainless steel exhaust manifold, FGK exhaust that has been refinished & opened up, aftermarket clutch & lightweight flywheel, adapted 31V transmission/driveshaft/viscous LSD, HKS air filter, 3 layer radiator, full tap coilovers (front & rear), swift springs, aftermarket stabilizers, Impul sway bars, Z10 Cube front calipers & rotors & lower arms, reinforced pads & shoes, Nismo exhaust temp gauge, Pivot boost gauge, Pivot water temp gauge, Pivot voltage gauge, Walboro 255 fuel pump, Mitsouka viewt dashboard modification, late model tail lights, custom built HID headlights, Nismo shift knob, Nismo radiator cap, recent paint job with blue tint & blue flake, later model front seats, Minicooper wheels W/ brand new tires, and NGK plugs & wires.

These pictures show you the car and the spots that are damaged. Thank you for your consideration.


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2 comments:

  1. "So the motor will need to be replaced with another CG13DE."

    He's got a weird autocorrect replacement for "an SR20DET".

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  2. An SR20?! Better have a good shoehorn, and a friend that owns a tire shop.

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