I am selling a Grey 2005 Nissan 350z with a Certificate of Destruction title from Orlando Florida. Please do your research about the title type and description, and make sure it won't be a problem. This is the history of the vehicle to the best of my knowledge, the vehicle was purchases from an insurance company in Orlando Florida for 4500 please look at the receipt below, and it shipped to Minnesota for $7000. It had damage to the left side area and the rear area. The parts that were replaced or worked are as followed; windshield was replaced for $300, the door was also replaced which I bought for about $575. The rear bumper was purchased for $200, and the rear bumper re-enforcement was bought for $150. Fender for the passenger side was 200, I also bought two control arm (upper and lower) for the rear passenger side control arm for it, this made the vehicle move very smooth (spent $100). I have spent over $3000 for the body work of the vehicle and it is in it finishing stages, because most of the main body work is done. What the vehicle needs to the best of my knowledge; it needs the vent plastic in the dash area because the one on it right now has cosmetic issues refer to the picture. I have also taking pictures of the interior parts that were disassembled during the body work and you just have to screw them in for the most part, but the plastic for the dash area is broken so you would have to replace it. I also have the vehicle listed locally and I have had some local offers so it's whoever comes up with the money first. The engine sounds great and looks very clean, and also there were no damages to the front end when it was bought. I have also included pictures from the auction when I first bought the vehicle so you would no the amount of work that was put in to the car. CHECK OUT MY AUCTION ON EBAY http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eBayISAPI.dll?ViewItem&ssPageName=STRK:MESELX:IT&item=220259068615

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