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Old 04-08-2015, 04:25 PM   #261 (permalink)
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Thats a 91-94 not a 95 which is the newer style, up to 1999 I think. Great little cars, probably good for 43+ under decent conditions. Same model as mine. Sure that isn't snow or were you pulling our chains?

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Of course in Canada it might be different, but USA versions the B13 ended with 1994 model year, doesn't mean they didn"t buy it new in 1995.

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Old 04-08-2015, 04:54 PM   #262 (permalink)
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Not sure about the States, but we had the "Sentra Classic" sold alongside the newer version Sentra for a while.

You can actually still buy a new one of the "classic" generation in Mexico & South/Central America. Nissan Tsuro.

Paint: yeah, I thought it must be snow at first.
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Old 04-08-2015, 05:12 PM   #263 (permalink)
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94 Geo Metro

Made me think of you Boss, LOL. Might snag it if it was a LSI.

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Paint: yeah, I thought it must be snow at first.
That paint ain't right. I'd wager that that car came from the USA at one point, it said his/her mom gave them the car, I bet she lived in Florida or Arizona etc. But even then, that car sat a long time under the sun in the exact same spot to get that faded! Either that or it just had a bad factory paint job, it can happen. My '93 Mustang GT that my parents bought new got a new paint job by Ford under warranty, the paint would literally wash off it when you washed it, I guess the guy mixing the paint at the factory that day was hungover or something haha.
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No worries about the cracked bumper plastic. That would be covered by your new air dam...

I would want to check for further damage to rad and any structure under there. I am sure you are supposed to replace all the foam behind the plastic too. That is beyond the scope of ecomodding though!
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Old 04-13-2015, 02:37 PM   #269 (permalink)
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Still for sale. I'd take $500. That price is worth it just for the wheels and tires, not to mention the parts and scrap metal. The $400 snows have literally about a thousand miles on them. And you could drive it home.

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Looks like it'd be more aerodynamic going backwards.

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If it had even broken AC I'd probably buy it (and fix the ac) but it's a non-AC car and 100 @ 100% humidity sucks too much


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