My 1997 Nissan Altima (my very first car)
This is a video of my very very first car, a 1997 Nissan Altima GXE. Sorry
if I sound muffled, it's because I'm still getting over a cold. As for the
name to call her, please hit up the comments
83 Datsun Silvia 200SX Roadster RARE 53k Miles 1 Owner
This is one of the Rarest Datsun cars you will see!! Not only that it is a
1 Owner car and Not only that it only has 54,000 Original miles... NOT ONLY
THAT American Custon Coachworks LTD of Beverly Hills did a very serious and
Expensive and High Class Roadster conversion on the car NOT ONLY THAT This
car has been Garaged its Original paint EVERYTHING its Beautiful and I am
here to tell you its More fun to drive than most ANY Convertible Roadster I
have EVER owned Check out the video this is a true Investment car that id
classic and Fun to drive and will only go up in value. Make sure and check
out my othe videos i have all sorts on neat and unique cars i do alot of
Muscle, Classic and EURO cars. Make sure and subscribe to my channel and
you will get a email when i upload new Classics...;-) call me anytime
Nathan Wratislaw 406 544 6919
This iteration of the Silvia (sold in United States and Canada as the
Datsun 200SX and in Mexico as the Datsun Sakura), available as a 2-door
hardtop coupe and a 3-door hatchback, was uniquely progressive in that it
was originally intended to feature a rotary engine, designed and built by
Nissan. The resulting unit was fairly unreliable, and forestalled
production. Ironically, it shared a chassis code with the also ill-fated
Mazda Cosmo, first Japanese production car to feature a rotary engine. The
car was redesigned shortly after it was released and the Wankel power plant
was replaced by a line of conventional piston engines based on the new
Z-series engine. These included the Z20 and the turbocharged and fuel injected Z18ET. In
USA/Canada the 200SX had the Z20E with H165 rear axle from 1979-1981. From
1982--1983, it had a Z22E engine with H190 rear axle. Vehicles with engines
over 2000cc are still considered "compact" vehicles under Japanese
regulations regarding engine size
1999 Mitsubishi Galant For Sale - $1800 OBO
This sale is also posted on craigslist at
Hey All. Up for sale is my 1999 Mits. Galant. Its a 4cyl, 135k+ miles,
power windows, locks, AC, and 17" chrome rims with good tires. The car has
its issues (SES light, brakes, temp gauge, and oil pressure sensor) that
needs repair. I will include a new Oil pressure sensor, coolant
temperature sensor, and catalytic converter (weld). If you have any
questions or need more information, please comment below or email me. This
is being sold as-is with a best offer. Thanks for looking.
1981 Datsun 200SX
(Car is now sold, but I left the video up for fans of the 200SX) This is a
video of my 1981 former Datsun 200SX.
Paintless Dent Repair Using a Heat Gun and a Can of Compressed Gas Duster
Can you repair dents in an automobile with a hair dryer and a can of
compressed air? Yes and no. It depends upon the location and severity of
the damage. But as I have demonstrated, with a heat gun, $9 worth of Endust
Duster, and about 15 minutes, you can achieve some remarkable results.
Read more at...
Responses to the most common criticisms:
Q. Why didn't you just push the dent out from behind?
A. This is a hybrid vehicle and there is A/C equipment for battery cooling
that is located between the sheet metal and the interior finish. The dent
was simply not accessible from the inside.
Q. Why didn't you just use a toilet plunger and pull the dent out?
A. That may have worked on the larger of the two dents, but the surface
area of the smaller dent would have made that impossible.
Q. This video and photos of the dents have been Photoshopped and faked!
A. Absolutely not. I will gladly attest that this video and the images of
the dent, before and after, have not been retouched. I also have a witness
who observed the process and would attest the same.
Q. "Tapping" the panel like you did in the video would have popped the dent
out without the heating and cooling.
A. My attempts to pop the dent out with persuasive tapping by hand and a
rubber mallet prior to the heating / cooling did not have any impact.
Q. This process didn't help, you can still see the dents!
A. Yes. if you look closely you can still see the smaller of the two dents.
However, the larger of the two is not distinguishable to the casual
observer. This process made a significant improvement to the appearance of
both dents. It is not a factory perfect repair, but this is not a valuable
vehicle either. I could not justify the expense of a professional body shop
for a vehicle that is seven years old and +150,000 miles. This process
provided a good alternative.