LEXUS SC400 for sale 604 805 8784 VANCOUVER BC
this lexus is for sale in vancouver bc canada
First let me start by saying that the sc400 is by far the best built car
in the entire history of Lexus. This car was developed at a cost in excess
of 2 billion dollars, making it the most highly
engineered/researched/developed consumer orientated product in the entire
history of non military engineering. It is essentially a Japanese
improvement on the venerable porsche 928. So for a person who dosn't need a
big back seat this car is the ultimate in terms of quality and balance
between pure luxury and sports performance.Oh and this car is lowered to
give that VIP style look. If you are looking for a car to take you family
around or have lots of weight in the rear= this is NOT FOR YOU. I use this
car as my 3rd summer car only.
Now, my particular 1995 sc400 has been said by the lexus service manager
in Richmond to be likely the finest remaining example of this car left in
existence.....certainly this is currently the finest sc400 ive owned (my
2nd one) for sale by a significant margin. The Canadian auto(not import). I
purchased this from a woman who only drove once a week, and kept it in a
garage with a car cover to even protect it from dust. I as always first
thing I did was have all the fluids changed (including
trans/differential/coolant/oil/brake fluid etc.) I then had the timing belt
replaced, new tires, all new seals , radiator, all brakes , discs and even
calipers(yes I have receipts) even power steering and mmaster cylinder was
replaced(by lexus dealership in Richmond)to cumulatively restore the car to
virtually good shape.
Cosmetically the car is quite nice as well. To be honest, the past year
has seen the car parked outside the garage, but I'd guess the paint can be
buffed to new condition(except snow id always have it in my garage over
winter). There are some tiny rock chips type dings (maybe a shopping cart)
that can only be seen with serious scrutinizing. Leather is in ok shape.
This car has ALL options available period. This includes the traction
control, cd, dvd mp3, heated leather seats, memory seats and 1000Wstereo.
The year is 1995, color is black, tan leather interior, Vienna staggered
wheels (18 and you get 6 rims!! )tires are new Pirellis (purchased from bmw
dealership!). The car performs really well in every way.
What is the most rare aspect of this deal is that this car has a very rare
car phone! And everything working.
I quickly calculated that ive spent in the past 6 years close to 11,000$ on
the vehicle. Alarm, remote start, pager, tv dvd system, nice clean wheels
imported from Japan (3 piece ,one of a kind) tein ss coilovers., new brake
system(lines,brakes,discs, master cylinder) engine bay is v clean and well
maintained. Car runs ONY ON MOTUL SYNTETIC AND 94 OCTANE(IWILL SHOW
PETROCANADA RECEIPTS AND MOTUL OIL CHANGES) , new front lights(oem are
included as well)
I am open to offers as this is my 3rd car I own. Insurance is around
14500$a year with 43%discount. Gas mileage is excellent: full tank on 94
is 65$ at the most and this gives me 550km in the city.
1JZGTE Turbo Lexus SC400 Dyno Pull 385whp Dynosty.com: Jo's 1993
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2.5L engine swap arrived making 285whp with an SAFC. We wired in a Haltech
Sport 2000 and were able to produce 385whp on 93octane pump gas after Hal
tuned the vehicle on our Dyno Dynamics dynamometer. More
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