1991 Nissan Laurel Factory Original
This 1991 Nissan Laurel, with only 39K verified miles, is a clean, unmolested, bone stock factory car. The angular creases, classic proportions, and pillar less side profile made the Laurel into a staple of Nissan's full portfolio of sedans.
Almost like a museum piece, this 100% stock sedan rewinds the clock over two decades. During this time, the Japanese were building some of the most well designed and reliable vehicles being offered. The Laurel positioned itself between the Skyline and Cefiro, sizable enough to accommodate four adults, yet small enough to easily wield around in city traffic. The Nissan Silver Metallic paint retains a nice finish and is devoid of any major imperfections. The body is straight, and the fit and finish of the exterior trim and body panels easily passes muster. When the C33 generation was brought to market it came with a full slate of six cylinder power plants. Although not the highest spec motor, the RB20E 1998cc straight-six purrs like a kitten. Our trained technicians have replaced the aging timing belt and water pump with new OEM parts, saving the next lucky owner some serious money on maintenance. Additionally, six fresh spark plugs have been chucked in to replace the tired ones and an oil and filter service has been performed. The motor creates very little noise, and even less vibration. Startup is straightforward, as the starter gets its current from a newly installed 12 volt battery. Power delivery is silky smooth, with the automatic transmission changing gear seamlessly without any clunks or hesitation. Once at highway speed, the car soaks up bumps supremely well, all while maintaining decent fuel economy. The tires have good tread, and the brakes stop the car assuredly. The Japanese amber fog lights improve wet weather and foggy driving situations as well.
The interior is extremely nice with only minor imperfections. Cognac colored executive cloth highlights the dash surface and door cards. The clean lines, low cowl, and pillar less sides allow for better than average visibility for urban driving. The seats show very little wear and have no major rips or tears, being in above average condition for a car of this age. The aforementioned door panels, carpet, and headliner follow suit with no severe blemishes. Like the rest of the interior, the dash is also very clean and crack-free. The OEM spec interior really transports you back in time.
This Japanese classic comes turn-key ready to drive, offered at $5,995.00
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