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Ultimate drift car for sale!

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  • Ultimate drift car for sale!

    1995 Nissan 240SX S14 SCCA GT3.

    Full tube chassis (complete car weighs 1906 lbs)
    Full composite bodywork with all lexan glass (fully removable)
    Speedway quick change rear gears (change final drive ratio in 5 minutes)
    Varilock posi diff
    Saenz 5 speed dogring transmission
    350 horsepower KA24 3 valve (built by former Bob Sharp racing chief engine builder Dave Auerbach)
    Penshe double adjustable shocks (built by SRP engineering)
    Driver adjustable rear swaybar
    Driver adjustable brake bias
    Driver operated fire system
    Way too many other options to list here!

    This car was built in 2001 at the cost of $125,000 to compete in SCCA GT3 and the NASPORT pro series. The car currently holds the GT3 lap record at LimeRock park, Pocono International raceway and Watkins Glen international. This car would be the absolute ULTIMATE drift car at 350HP and only 1906 lbs. EVERYTHING is fresh on this car and ready to go racing or drifting. This is for SERIOUS buyers only. Pictures upon request, or if you have seen the SCCA runoffs on Speedchannel this is the #20 Green/Silver/blue 240SX that finished 8th. This is the most fully developed 240SX S14 in the world and could be regestered in California as a "composit" car if your brave enough to drive it on the street!
    Price is $55,000 FIRM
    PLEASE,....SERIOUS BUYERS ONLY! Car is located in Connecticut.
    Contact Mike at Stonebridge Sports and Classics

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    yes except it wouldn't be legal for any pro drift series as its a full tube chassis.

    they require an original unibody frame to be present for the car to be legal, And what would be the point of buying a 50K+ car to drift if it wasnt for using in a pro series