FS: 1991 Sentra SE-R (White) - Portland, OR
I have a clean title, 1991 Nissan Sentra SE-R. I purchased it in 2004 and I have no room to store it in my garage anymore.
Clean straight body that's rust free. Original paint in great condition for 23 years. Interior is in excellent condition (seats, carpet, headliner, sunvisors, etc.). Runs very strong.
New clutch/resurfaced flywheel, starter, waterpump, Moog inner and outer tie-rods, battery, belts, brakes (rotors/pads/fluids), injectors, distributor, spark plugs, power steering hose, spark plug wires, swaybar bushings, polyurethane motor mounts all around (it's stiff and rattles as it should with these mounts), battery and more. No door sag. Sunroof and moonroof work great with no leaks. Foglights work. CD stereo with four speakers work great. Original carpet in the trunk. No fifth gear popout. LSD still works. Steering is tight with a great alignment. No engine leaks, ever.
I have replaced the majority of components since I purchased the car because it was my daily driver, it drives great. I purchased from a service manager at a Nissan dealership who took great care of the car, and it now has approximately 149,600 miles. This car was not a beater or a toy or raced. I love it, and if I had the garage space I would keep it. I'm not going to park it outside and let the elements tear it up.
Rare aftermarket parts: Front and rear strut bars, whiteline control arm brace, hyper-co 2 springs with KYB 5-way shocks, and a cat-back exhaust. The car has white Kosei K1 racing wheels (11lb?) and a superb alignment. The engine is 100% stock and runs very strong and clean. I still have the stock springs/shocks and intake. I have a full official Nissan Factory Service Manual that comes with the purchase.
There's a few small dings on each door where someone opened up the door into it. Passenger side has a ding at the bottom that was there when I bought the car, it's not that noticeable since it's so low. AC hasn't worked in 10 years due to a bad compressor. have a brand new AC compressor ready to install that will come with the car, I just never got around to it. Tires will need to be replaced soon. It has 2012 tags and has been started regularly since being garaged full time.
You don't find many Nissan Sentra SER models around anymore. You might be able to find one in worse condition for $2,000-2,500, but you'll have to dump $3,000.00 into replacing every component that's already been done on this one.
Asking Price: $3,750.00.
Location: Portland, OR