How much did you pay for your 240sx?

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Asked by Jan 17, 2010 at 03:31 PM about the Nissan 240SX

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1000 bucks, drivable but not inspected, massive frame rot

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5

1200. no problems, jsut some rust on the hatch

55

300 bucks.from my aunt shes getting older and couldnt get out of it. so i got it for a steal. nothing wrong with it. just been adding mods to it.

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1800 cash for 95 s14 with absolutely no rust , swapped with sr20det redtop with cams, 6 point roll cage, fully adjustible Megan racing coil overs, apexi n1 exhaust and apexi safc 2, detachable steering wheel, racing seat with five point harness, koto radiator, wheel spacers, slotted rotors, bov, got it pretty cheap

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i paid 3,000 for my 92 SE coupe. It was a bit high when compared to other 240's around here but S13 coupes are hard to find here so it was worth it.

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5200 for a 93 hatch with an sr. Head was built and the engine was tuned. Turned out the engine was tuned bad, and the person who built it sucked. I have been rebuilding my engine for about a month constantly finding random ass things that were wrong with it. So, in total, about 9k.

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I payed $3000 for my s13 coupe, single cam. Mine is RHD so it was worth it

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550. 89 hatch with a good body but half flat black, half red paint job. Had to finish putting in a head gasket on her, been strong ever since!

5

1000 sunroof heads up display had a slight misfire

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i payed 1000 for my 1990 s13 coupe 60000 miles sunroof striat body no dents perfect interior and had nismo racing seats installed along with full aftermarket exhaust and header

35

just got the car running at 375 hp... 9k is the total with everything done.

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650$ straight body shit paint job, seats are cracking, the rest of the interior was mint, bad MAF and bad fan clutch. ive spent 2K on engine rebuilt, another 1K on body parts from me wrecking it, new tires sound system and i bought a garret turbo and im picking up a full exhaust system tomorrow. HKS titanium.

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$2300 1995 S14 no problems whatsoever. the guy that bought it new was old and didnt use it that much so yeah

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no beef to you dan and all and thats a good deal you got. i got mines from a pizza delivery gurl. um i only like to consider the RS13 body a "240sx" because everyone knows the S14 bodies had a name already known as silvias.

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alright, the only problem with that is that from '65 to '02 they made "Silvia" and didn't start sending them here until '88 and they stopped sending them out of japan in '98, as I'm sure you know, in that entire time they were known as Silvia overseas but they took on a new badge here because they got different engines and options than JDM, that's why the 240 has the KA24DE and so on, so what I'm saying is no offense but the S14 is just as much a 240 as the S13

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nicely said

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i spent 2800 on my s13 coupe the only rust was on the exhaust now its all stainless. hud, hicas (disabled) LSD. it was bone stock when i bought it. now i've got close to 5k spent on engine and stereo. I plan on keeping it mostly stock for the street legal class ( ice racing )

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i bought mine for $750 not running. i'd sell mine for $3500 as is now

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800$ for my 1990 with ka24de swap, stripped interior, welded diff, flat black, typical dings and dents, nothing major. it purrs like a kitten and is reliable though! soont to be ka-t.

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I paid 3500 for my '97 s14.5 SE. Car was immaculate inside and out. I bought from a dealer so I know I was getting shafted but it was the first one I had ever seen in my area for sale so I had to jump on it!

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4500 concorde gray s14 s14 sr20 fmic exhaust,shit intake full leather jdm electric folding mirriors and some other shit cant remember but since then i crashed it(lol) but rrebuilt the whole front end its two colors right now but its got a whole lot of shit in it now approx 10k under the hood and 3k on suspension and other shit...now finally after 3 years its gonna get painted....i definitely want to shoot myself in the face but definitely love driving my s14 blood sweat and tears into that thing never leatting it go

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1000 it was red and floor was bent up about 3 inches came with a butt load of parts and a turbo now its flat green full exhaust and intake header n shit

75

$3500 for my 91 SR20 coupe and $3000 for my 95 KA24

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$2600 for a '92 240sx hatchback with a blown head gasket on the KA24DE and what i later found to be stock springs cut so that the rear end was sitting on the stops. (ALWAYS look into everything before you buy a car)

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$700 for a clean S13 coupe shell, but i've got $3000 in my RB20DET swap... so $3700

anybody looking for one? I've got a 1992 nissan 240sx. djzion25@hotmail.com for details

I'm also looking to sell my 1995 Nissan 240SX. Admittedly, it's in poor condtion, and barely runs... so make me an offer. (323) 462-6502 or la_teacher_guy@yahoo.com

I have a red 90 Nissan 240 SX SE 105,000 miles garage kept one owner. It was my 86 year old mother's. $6000. roxys1music@yahoo.com.

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