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Let me start off with a quick introduction (longtime lurker, new poster). My name's Rob, bought the car mostly premoded from a friend who was the original owner. The transmission went when he owned it so it's only got ~46k on it. To try to alleviate any speculation that I'm a scammer, I will be posting in the new members forum.
2003 Green Nissan Altima SE 3.5 v6, 5spd stick shift.
Location: Flemington NJ
Looking for $6,500 obo. Cash only. Title is clear and in hand.

Only selling the car because I am moving to California for school, it is incredbily powerful (about 275hp), with an amazing sound system. It has been my baby and it kills me to have to sell it. Not many 5 speeds were made, even less were V6's.

From the factory, the car had the VQ35de V6 engine and 5 speed manual transmission. The Engine was replaced in November due a bad timing tensioner and the transmission was replaced last year, along with the clutch and flywheel. I purchased the car from the original owner last April.

17,000 mile 2004 Maxima VQ35de 3.5L Engine.
~46,000 miles on 5 speed transmission.
~161,000 miles on body.
Dropzone Lowering springs
Racingline Strut Bar
Racingline Hoodstruts
Racingline Motormount Inserts
Jwt Stage 1 Clutch
Jwt Flywheel
Hotshot headers
AEM short ram
SE-R headlights and taillights
Yellow foglights
Eyelids (One needs replacing)
2005 Altima 17in Alloy Rims
No Catalytic convertor (Non foulers to trick check engine light)
AVIC-F90BT Navigation, iPod, Bluetooth, DVD playing, Radio With custom firmware and new maps (Can watch movies while driving).
Boston Acoustic front speakers.
15in 3000w PSI subwoofer
MA Audio 800w Amplifier
New trunk cardboard
New brakes pads and rotors (Less than 1000 miles on them).
Nismo floor mats
Black Leather Seats (Powered Driver)
Stock mufflers! It is very quiet and doesn't sound like rice at all! But after 4000 rpm it roars like Chewbacca!
Freezing Cold AC
Continental DWS Low Profile Tires, Less Than 1 Year Old.
6 Month Old Interstate Battery
Newly Replaced Mass Air Flow Sensor

Picture Gallery:
Sold :(
Thanks, Rob
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