The F31 generation Infiniti M30 was essentially a Nissan Leopard re-badged and upgraded for the US luxury grand touring market. The M30 might look like yet another Japanese front-drive econobox, but in reality the Leopard was a rear-drive sports car sold as a competitor to the Toyota Supra and Mitsubishi Starion. Unfortunately the M30 was only available with an automatic transmission but the convertible version was really good looking if you ask me. Find this 1991 Infiniti M30 convertible offered for $2,300 near Atlanta, GA via craigslist. Tip from Rock On!
From the seller:
1991 Infiniti M30
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: white
title status: clean
Very well taken care of car with all the maintenance up to date and service history kept in the glovebox. Car was owned by a Pastor and garage kept its entire life. Under the bonnet is a healthy vg30e. Engine and transmission still preform just as they did first coming off the lot with a fresh tune up done recently as well. Cloth top and paint is in excellent shape. Leather seats and wood grain panels (dealer option). Front seats are in poor shape but the rest of the interior is flawless for the most part. Top works flawlessly and everything electrical works great other than the tach and passenger rear window that will sometimes hop off its track when being moved up or down. Exhaust will need some work since it now has a hole in the cat. Car was my daily driver for 6 months but I need to get rid of some vehicles now. Really just looking to get what I put into this vehicle and get it to a good owner that can appreciate these rarer to see vehicles.
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