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Adding a 240sx to the fleet(hopefully)

Hey everyone,

My name's Mark, I'm 21 from Atlantic Canada and I'm hopefully going to be adding a 240sx to my growing fleet of vehicles soon since my current project is finishing up. I currently own three rigs:
2007 Dodge Dakota (parts hauler and winter driver)

2014 Ford Fiesta ST (summer daily) With the following mods

Injen Intake
Custom welded Godspeed FMIC
COBB RMM
COBB Accessport with a 24psi stage 3 tune
COBB Downpipe
COBB Cat back exhaust
Team Dynamics Wheels
Boomba Short shifter
Dynoed at 219whp and 290 ft-lbs

And my other rig a 1970 Datsun 510 (toy/almost finished project)

Has a fully built 2.1 long rod motor revving to a 9000rpm redline, massive cam, ported head with big valves, dual side draft carbs, Z car transmission, lowered on homemade coilovers up front and a mixture of Camaro shocks and Dodge truck springs on the rear. Been a 2 year project where i turned pretty much every nut and bolt in the entire car and built the engine on a stand in the garage. Time for a few quick pics of them








This one is deceiving but there's about 2" of clearance at the crossmember now





With it wrapping up it's time to grab another project. Anything Japanese performance wise is very rare around here, if it doesn't have a V8 or isn't a Civic it's rare lol, so finding a clean 240 to pick up has been pretty hard until about a week ago when two popped up. I've only ever seen two in person around here they're that rare.

One is a bone stock 1993 Hatch Auto with 200,000 miles for $4500 Canadian but very very clean. Since it would be getting an engine swap and a full rebuild not too worried about the milage.



And the other a 1997 Auto with 65,000 miles for $5000. Has a header and exhaust but that's it, floors have been patched a few years prior but other then that it's pretty solid


Have some serious thinking to do now lol. I'll keep everyone updated on my decision and I'll hopefully have a new project here soon!
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