View Full Version : WTB: 1997-1998 S14 240SX (Stock)

07-25-2012, 05:44 AM
As the title says, I am looking to purchase a 1997-1998 S14. The vehicle must have decent mileage (no more then 115k) with absolutely no mechanically problems. Must be in near perfect condition both inside and outside the car. It also must, and I repeat in emphasis "must" have a clear and clean title.

There must be no major damage AT ALL to the exterior of the vehicle. I prefer the car to have JDM body parts and aftermarket rims, but if the car is sitting on stock wheels with a USDM exterior I am perfectly happy with that too. Any color paint is ok. I'm looking for there to be no sunroof, but I will still consider cars that do.

The only aftermarket parts I will accept is suspension work. I'd prefer the car to already have coilovers and or springs. Also, any electronic upgrades will be accepted as in radio deck, subs, speakers, alarm etc.

If you have a S14 matching this description then please feel free to shoot me a PM or call/text anytime of the day. You can reach me at (623)-256-2165. Please, if you have a vehicle that you are trying to sell to me, make sure you include the requested information along with a pictures and also an asking price. DO NOT ask me to "make an offer" on your vehicle. You are the one selling it, you name the price and we will go from there. I am a fair buyer and will be more then happy to justly compensate you for a clean vehicle. I'm located in Phoenix, AZ. If the right vehicle comes along and the talk of purchase becomes serious enough, transportation etc. will be discussed at that time.

Thanks again for reading this post, and a future thanks to any and all sellers for their time that they invest trying to sell me their beautiful machines. God bless and happy hunting!

07-25-2012, 06:15 AM
El oh El.... good luck...

07-25-2012, 11:02 AM
Sorry nissan is not selling this cars anymore. Good luck.

07-26-2012, 01:45 AM
Thanks for the bumps?

08-22-2012, 05:31 PM
How about you use that money you have to pay off the debt you owe so the lein can be removed from the title of the last car you sold.