1990 Nissan Laurel Medalist C33 [RHD, 5-speed, RWD]

Price: US $9,000.00 Item location: San Antonio, Texas, United States
  • Condition: Used
  • Make: Nissan
  • Model: Laurel
  • Type: Sedan
  • Trim: Medalist
  • Year: 1990
  • Mileage: 83,000
  • VIN: 00000000000000000
  • Color: Black
  • Engine size: RD28
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows
  • Fuel: Diesel
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Gray
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1990 Nissan Laurel Medalist

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I will accommodate you the best I can once you've purchased the car. If you want to fly in and drive it home, I will pick you up from the airport. If you want to arrange your own shipping, just let me know, I will work with you and them 100%. Last option, I own a brand new Titan and a brand new open car trailer, so if you're needing me to deliver it for you, I can get the job done for a fee, but it won't be properly insured or physically covered from the elements on its journey.
4K videos of the car:https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=P4d45GahPtg
An excellent opportunity for you to own a very clean/daily worthy 1990 Nissan Laurel Medalist Edition. Currently, I'm focusing solely on my Nissan 180sx, and trying to compete this year in Time Attack. I love this car, but could use the energy, and funds, to get a competitive edge this year.This car is absolutely perfect for an RB swap later down the road. You can drive it and enjoy it while building your RB, then knock it out on the weekend when you have all the parts together.
Info:-VIN # SC33028206 [eBay doesn't recognize JDM VIN numbers]
-Texas inspection and registration are 100% up to date. Expires 02/19
-Clean & clear Texas title. I'm the owner on the title as well, so no funny business.
-Ice cold A/C (original R12) and hot heater.-All lights and functions in the car work without issue.
-New Pioneer head unit w/ all new Pioneer speakers. It sounds great!-Reupholstered door panel fabric. Professionally installed.-Original floor mats come with the car.
-RD28 I-6 Diesel w/ Factory RB 5-Speed manual transmission. Drives amazing! All maintenance recently done. You'll love the straight six howl.
-Real Nissan R33 GT-R rims (17x9 +30) w/ new Federal SS595 235/40r17 on all four corners.
-Z32 aluminum brakes front and rear w/ new slotted front rotors and StopTech pads.
-Full 5-lug swap w/ Z32 rear parking brake setup. Needs cable bracket to work.
-Tein coilovers
-S13 rear subframe w/ VLSD diff. Car is not HICAS equipped, that's a big plus!
-Unknown front and rear links, could be ISR.
-Custom 3" exhaust. Nice quiet tone.
Full Disclosure (Good and Bad):
This is a VERY clean car. Keep in mind, it is a ~28 year old luxury sedan from Japan. It has very minor superficial scratches and light swirl marks on the clear coat that can be cut and buffed out (nothing major at all). Also, the previous owner must have rubbed up against something like a bollard on the passenger rear side. The damage is not bad at all (shown in video), but it is there and I wanted to disclose it.Last, but not least rust. This is a big issue for people, including myself. I found that these cars in particular get plagued with rust in certain areas that is almost unavoidable. However, this car is insanely clean. Zero frame rust. Zero floor pan rust. Zero subframe rust. Zero trunk rust. It doesn't have a drop of rust in those typical/critical areas. It has one rust area that is non-critical on the passenger rear rocker panel that looks to be from the same incident mentioned above (I say this because it's the only rust on the car, and it's specifically where the damage is on the car). It's out of the line of sight, and strictly under the car. I used a rust converter and degreaser on it, then masked and sprayed black primer on it to keep it from spreading. The car is garage kept and I no longer drive it.