240sx pricing help

Asked by Sep 12, 2011 at 11:05 PM about the 1989 Nissan 240SX

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

Original owner of a 1989 240sx coupe, automatic w/62,000 miles, manual windows, good condition, but some rust on the trunk w/ peeling spoiler.  Ideas of how much to sell for and paper/dealer.. thanks

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if everyting work fine you could have a good price around 5000$ and even more but if there are some rust on the tank it can have some hole in the floor and the value drop

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Here in canada Prices would be around 3500-4500 for it being an automatic as well as the rust explination. for the states im not to sure. I sold mine for 1500 with rims, lowering springs, installed(not working) oil pressure, voltmeter and boost gauge. Sleepy head lights needed the front right strut tower to be replaced with the one I purchased. If that helps give you a little of an idea great!! :)


With everything you just described, it would be about $1,500 here in the SE US.


the first guy is on crack 5000$ is an insane price you can get an s12 with an sr for that price where are you from? ill give you 700$ for it if youre in the tristate area


s14** sorry

Ill give you around 4,000 if in good condition today. My email is mattkat4089@yahoo.com

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