The F31 generation Infiniti M30 was essentially a Nissan Leopard re-badged and upgraded for the US luxury grand touring market. This meant that you got a rear-drive sports car sold as a competitor to the Toyota Supra and Mitsubishi Starion, instead of the typical front-drive junk you would expect from a re-badged Nissan. Today’s example isn’t perfect, but it is advertised as well maintained and looks okay in fuzzy photos. Find this 1992 Infiniti M30 Convertible offered for $4,000 CAD ($3,057 USD) in Toronto, ON, Canada via kijiji.net. Tip from Erik202.
From the seller:
Kilometers200DrivetrainRear-wheel drive (RWD)No. of Doors2No. of Seats4
Rare and solid 1992 well built vehicle.
No accidents, no rust.
Summer driven only.
Frame, floors, undercarriage solid, no issues.
Engine is the same as Nissan 300 z.
Does not burn or leak any fluids.
Six cylinder bulletproof engine.
New timing gear, rad, water pump, plugs, cap&!wires, tie rod ends.
Transmission & drive train excellent.
Radio/cassette has low volume.
Drivers window intermittent but fixable.
Top is manual (easy) but the parts are included for automatic.
Driver visor needs attached.
Comes with complete shop manuals.
Car is located in Kingston.
Will deliver to Toronto.
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