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2003 Nissan 350Z Enthusiast Tastefull Mods

Old 06-17-2013, 01:11 PM
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Default 2003 Nissan 350Z Enthusiast Tastefull Mods

Location: Hagerstown
Means of contact: (240)291-6744 Text or Call Don't PM me I barely get on here.
Price: $12,000
Trade for: G35, RB/JZ S14s, Z32, S2000, Z4, RX7, WRX


Color: Red
Mileage:107,xxx
Manual, 6 Speed
Interior: Black 9/10
Clean Title/ Never been in an accident. Carfax Available

NO CHECK ENGINE LIGHTS, NO ISSUES, NO LEAKS, NO PROBLEMS

Maintenance/Mod List

All Maintenance Done (11/09/12)
Oil Change Done Mobile1 Full Synthetic 5w30
Differential 75w90(GL5)
Nissan Oem Replacement Clutch & Flywheel
A/C Recharge
Drive Belts Replaced
Front Brake Job w/ New OEM Rotors
New Driver & Pass Window Motor
Exterior Buffed & Waxed
Steam Cleaned all Carpets,
Interior is all stock, looks Brand New

Wheels:
Varrstoen 2.2.1
5x114.3
Fronts 18x9.5 Offset: 12 Tires: Yokohama 225/45/18
Rears 18x9.5 Offset: 12 Tires: Nankang 265/35/18
Alignment 11/09/12

BC Racing BR Coilovers

Ichiba Rear Camber/Toe Arm

SPL Eccentric Bolts Camber/Toe

Megan Racing Rear Traction Arm

Greddy Titanium True Dual Catback Exhaust

Megan Racing Resonated Downpipe / Test Pipes

Nismo V2 Front bumper w/ Canards

Nismo Replica Air Duct

Seibon Carbon Fiber Hood

2006 350Z Headlights & HID's

Nismo Shift Nob

Pioneer AVH P1400 2 Din Head Unit

Sony Upgraded Speakers All around

Tinted Windows


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Old 06-17-2013, 02:19 PM
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Default Re: 2003 Nissan 350Z Enthusiast Tastefull Mods

How much time passed between first and second picture? Adding bolt ons will never add value... Also, knock off rims and the list of bolt ons you listed are NOT going to add up to $6k.
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How much time passed between first and second picture? Adding bolt ons will never add value... Also, knock off rims and the list of bolt ons you listed are NOT going to add up to $6k.
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Old 06-18-2013, 10:29 AM
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How much time passed between first and second picture? Adding bolt ons will never add value... Also, knock off rims and the list of bolt ons you listed are NOT going to add up to $6k.

Varrstoen wheels aren't bad wheels. And you obiously haven't seen how expensive the parts I have are worth. Look them up yourself. That is simply your opinion and 350z's usually sell for this price. If you don't like my price move on to another thread but don't put useless info on my thread.

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Old 06-20-2013, 04:21 AM
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Default Re: 2003 Nissan 350Z Enthusiast Tastefull Mods

You dont get new bolt on value back when you sell a car sorry dude.

These Varrstoens are $1000 a set brand new. Used theyre worth like $600 or 700 max and thats with good tires. They ARE high quality replicas and I would rock them, but theyre not worth alot.

http://www.kbb.com/nissan/350z/2003-...=private-party

KBB if your car has perfect paint is less than $8000. 350zs go for $13k with these mods if there are only like 80k miles on em
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Old 06-26-2013, 08:45 AM
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My Z is an Enthusiast, Its not a Base. I just looked at my KBB and its $9,300. I think its funny how you think my car is worth less than 8K... Go try to find one for that much they are prob Automatic & wrecked.

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An 03 with 100k and no leather barely ever sell for over $10k. You might have more luck if it wasn't so low, because as is I would never consider it. Also, interior/engine shots.

That being said, sure asking price may be high but this one has a lot of parts and maintenance done to it as well as a clean history. There's a reason why I searched for 3 months for a G35/350Z. Most of them have been riced to shit, are autos, or have bad carfax/accident historys. KBB was rarely close for a clean model

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