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2022-10-07 02:43:28
#61


I never knew these existed. It’s so cool. Funny how they put a plain Jane shifter, steering wheel, and seats in there, knowing that most likely they would receive racing components anyway. It would be really cool to take and reverse engineer some of the suspension components that Nismo put in to reuse for aftermarket parts.
2022-10-07 16:37:19
#62
Originally Posted by SE-Rtainlyb13


I never knew these existed. It’s so cool. Funny how they put a plain Jane shifter, steering wheel, and seats in there, knowing that most likely they would receive racing components anyway. It would be really cool to take and reverse engineer some of the suspension components that Nismo put in to reuse for aftermarket parts.


NEITHER HAVE I. SENTRA E INTERIOR ON A NISMO CAR. WEIRD
2022-10-13 02:16:44
#63
Gavel at $88k. Most expensive factory SR20 car?
2022-10-17 15:51:25
#64
In line with the low-budget interior, the radio appears to have a single, internal speaker per the grille on the front panel, and I see no other speakers anywhere in the car. At least it has FM.
2022-11-11 15:57:55
#65
BaT Auction Success Story: The Sentra of Attention
2022-11-14 18:42:46
#66
Nice to hear from the new owner.
2023-01-07 09:56:02
#67
Originally Posted by BenFenner
No Reserve: 445-Mile 1992 Nissan Sentra SE-R

Originally Posted by SE-Rtainlyb13
Brain scientist's 445-mile Sentra SE-R is a 30-year-old time capsule


Again, wow.


Here's another update.


The Auto Ranch
30 years later, I finally bought my high school dream car - 1992 Nissan B13 Sentra SE-R w/435 miles
2023-01-09 10:35:23
#68
Very cool to see the video footage of it. There is no other SE-R like this. Pretty sure you can count on that. I like how he changed the fluids and changed the tires while keeping the originals. I assume that won’t affect its value.

I like hearing his story. What I don’t understand is the mentality of some collectors. He mentions that he rarely keeps a car for a year. It seems so…premature. But I know he’s not the only one. I know there’s hesitation with driving ultra low mile cars though. This is one that falls into that category and understandably will never be daily driven since its value lies in its mileage. And if that’s the case that your own conscience restricts you from driving it, why keep it longer than necessary?

By the way, love the garage.
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