Nissan 240SX Forums banner
1 - 1 of 1 Posts

·
Registered
Joined
·
2 Posts
Discussion Starter · #1 ·
The car is a 1990 midnight blue pearl hatch with an automatic transmission and no sun roof. Very rough paint, on the top of the car, and gone on the top of each bumper. It is sitting at a repair shop and has not been registered since 2017 according to the most recent sticker on the license plate. I saw the back of the car from the road and went inside to ask about it. They said it could be sold, then offered a price ($3,000) and said it needs the fuel sending unit (seems to check out as the old one is sitting in the passenger seat). They also said the car comes with a new fuel tank, and I believe I saw it in its box behind the driver seat. There was no fuel tank underneath the car.

The body looked very straight, but it is possible I didn't pay as much attention to the passenger side as I should have. I forgot to take pictures from all the angles I had wanted. The interior of the car looked to be in pretty decent shape, if a little dirty. I saw some small cracks in the dash, but it wasn't falling apart. Looks to be all stock except for the wheels that are on it. It even has the factory radio. The only rust I saw underneath the car was on the exhaust pipe.

I didn't have much time to spend to really check the car over well, and of course I would look better before buying. I'm wondering, based on this information, what a good starting point would be if we are able to get the car with title. Planning to call the shop it is at on Monday to ask more questions and possibly get better pictures.

Interested in knowing the problem areas to look at that I may not be aware of, what a realistic price would be, and other information I should know before getting into repairs on the car. I'll be looking around the site, but I'm at work all weekend and will have limited time to search topics. Thanks for any input even if it's telling me this would be a waste of time and energy.


Sent from my Pixel 5 using Tapatalk
 
1 - 1 of 1 Posts
Top