1982 Datsun Maxima Nissan GL 2.6cyl 1 Owner 240Z Sedan 81K Original Miles Video Review

1982 Datsun Maxima Nissan GL 1 Owner Car Guy 2.4L 6cyl Engine 1 Owner 240Z Sedan 81K Original Miles Video http://www.1ownercarguy.com It is rare to find a Maxima this clean with this low of miles. Marked a Datsun and a Nissan Maxima GL. This car gets really good gas mileage and a fun powerful little car to drive. It is a Sedan so you have plenty of room but still feels like a smaller car. Very clean inside and out. Has super low miles which is rare on a car like this. Thanks for watching. Make sure and check Out My channel I have Lots of 1 & 2 Owner Cars Trucks and SUV's on there and i sell them Cheap Also If You Subscribe You wont Miss out..;-) I Have a few Channels You can Access them Via My Main Channel page or also you can See the Links I post Below I will Also Post links to My websites and Facebook so you don't Miss any of the action Sign Up Everywhere!!..;-) Cheers Nathan Wratislaw AKA 1 Owner Car Guy 406-544-6919 Make sure and visit Some of My Websites Below I do All Sorts of Unique Things..;-) http://www.1ownercarguy.com http://www.cerealmarshmallows.com http://www.Beaglespocket.com http://www.Hardener.com http://www.missoulaautoauction.com http://www.vita-depot.com http://www.Nathanwratislaw.com Also Make Sure And ADD Me or Subscribe on Facebook & Youtube http://www.facebook.com/cerealmarshmallows And For Youtube i have 2 channels you may want to add http://www.youtube.com/user/cerealmarshmallows http://www.youtube.com/user/1ownercarguy http://www.youtube.com/user/stockgambles http://www.youtube.com/user/montanamuscle Send Me Hate Mail or Goodies & Stuff to show on Youtube 1 Owner Car Guy (Nathan) PO Box 2505 Lakeside, Ca 92040 No Ticking items please..;-) From Wikipidea The first car to wear the Maxima name was introduced in 1980 for the 1981 model year. It was essentially a Japanese-market Bluebird 910 with a 3.9 in (99 mm) longer nose to accommodate the inline-six engine. The car was offered as the 810 Deluxe or 810 Maxima that first year, and all 810s became Maximas for 1982. In 1984, the last year of the first generation Maxima, American Datsuns began carrying the "Nissan" badge as well (only 1984 Nissans have both "Nissan" and "Datsun" on the back of the car). Toyota responded to the introduction of the Maxima by giving the Toyota Mark II a more upmarket sibling, the Cressida. The second generation retained the same base engine as the previous Datsun 810 and Datsun 280ZX. It was also available with the LD28 OHC 2.8 L I6 Diesel engine (available in the US from mid-1981 through 1983) with either a five-speed manual or an automatic transmission. Some of the power steering pumps were sourced from General Motors' Saginaw Gear division, while others were sources from Atsugi. This was the second Nissan to use US-sourced parts besides the Borg-Warner T-5 transmission used in the 82-89 Nissan ZX turbos. The use of USA-made parts was phased in prior to the passage of local content laws imposed by the U.S. Government. One interesting fact about this car is its phonograph-based voice warning system. Warnings like those for a door being open, etc. would be relayed through the mini phonograph and played for the driver to hear. A common thing to hear would be, "door is open, key is in ignition." 1981 models were the first 'talking car' sold in the US and offered only one voice warning, a female voice reminding the driver that the "Lights are on.". 1982, Datsun, Maxima, Nissan, 240Z "Datsun Maxima" 1 Owner Car Guy, Original Miles, Video Review, Review, Collection, One Owner Car Guy, KBB, Online

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Toyota Cressida... www.1ownercarguy.com and if you watch My channel Much you know i really do not do A Lot of toyotas and such. Well when it comes to Clean 1 Owner Cressida's All Bets are off seriously I LOVE these Rear wheel Drive Beauties..;-) They are a joy to Drive and this one is No Exceotion This is a One Owner Car at it's BEST this car is clean and i can almost swear it still almost smells new inside.. Like leather anyhow.. The car Runs, Drives and Shifts GREATMake sure and Call Anytime 406 544 6919 and Visit My Website at http://www.1ownercarguy.com Also You can add me on Facebook here is a Link http://www.Facebook.com/cerealmarshmallows Thanks For Watching and Please "Like" my video & Comment ..;-) Cheers Nathan Wratislaw I created this video with the YouTube Video Editor (http://www.youtube.com/editor)





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