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Hey fellow Nissan folks. Just thought I'd drop by and try posting up my 370z here in case anyone might have interest. You guys don't need a description of the car, but i wrote this post for craigslist, so in the interest of saving time:

2010 Nissan 370Z Coupe, Base + Sport Model, Pearl White, 6 Speed Manual Transmission, 9,800 Miles. Clean title.

I'm the original owner, and the car has always been garaged for its short life. The vehicle has never been tracked, raced or auto-crossed. Zero mechanical problems, interior is immaculate, no curbing on the rays forged sport wheels, all services performed at Nissan dealership. Paint is immaculate; not a single ding. This is basically a new car in terms of condition.

Specs are available online; car is rated at 332 hp stock, and this Sport model includes 4-pot 14-inch akebono brakes, 19in Rays forged wheels, limited slip differential, syncro rev match system, sport spoilers, etc.

All of the miles are highway + Palo Alto, where I lived and worked. I'm happy to meet folks anywhere between SF and San Jose.

The car is mechanically stock, with the exception of the sound system. I commissioned a well-known award-winning installer to completely renovate the sound system to include the following:

Alpine INA-W910 (with rear view camera, ipod/phone integration, usb, steering wheel controls, remote control): Alpine INA-W910 Navigation receiver at Crutchfield Signature

Focal Polyglass 165 V30 6.5" Anniversary Edition Component Speakers:
Focal Polyglass 165 V30 6-3/4" component speaker system at Crutchfield Signature

Stereo Integrity BM mk. 3 Sub:
Stereo Integrity | Home

Zapco DSP6-SL Processor:
Zapco - Processors

Arc Audio XDi Amps (600.1 and 1000.1):
Arc Audio - XDi Amplifiers

Importantly, unlike most audio systems of this nature, I had the hardware installed specifically with the following in mind: (1) retain the spare tire for safety purposes, (2) maintain 100% stock trunk space.

The system is designed with sound quality in mind, and recently took a first place award in its class for sound quality at the most recent California MECA competition in San Jose, CA. Given that this is a two-door hatch-back, we were very happy with the results. It also won the award for "car the judges want to drive home the most."

This is a unique car with an award-winning audio system that sacrifices zero utility. There's no Z out there like this one. For detailed information and system pictures, here's the build-log:


The car is located in the SF bay area. Asking price for the car is $31,500. It would be hard for me to go lower. Many thanks for having a look!



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