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I agree with you 100% on keeping the 240SX. I have a 1989 240SX bought brand new. In a few instance, I almost sold it since a few kids wanted to buy my car. It has 110,000 miles on it. I recently spent US$6,000 to repair minor rust, change spring coils, shocks, audio deck, speakers, major tune-up and has a nice paint job on it. Oh my god, it looks like brand new and I really love its style with pop-up lights and the way it drives. With the new coil springs, it is lowered by 1.5 inches and it drives very nice in turning corners. The car is lowe US$6000 is quite a bit of money but I know I have a classic car that should last for another 10 years. It took me 3 years to make the decision and it was the best decision.Report it
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