Advertising on behalf of a friend. I can vouch for this car being very good and very clean, having done some work on it myself and seeing it very often. I’ve owned the car for a little over a year, bought the car in March 2012 from an elderly chap with a lot of cash. It was his wife’s car from new, it had a tracker fitted, personalised plate and a came with a wad of service and part receipts. It has been very well looked after over the years and always kept in a garage. The car is mint inside and out, the best example I’ve seen and I’m sure the others on here that have seen it will agree. There is no rust at all, arches are mint. The photos don’t do the car justice, it’s worth viewing. It was originally an automatic but I converted to manual just under a year ago (8,000 miles ish). The idea was that I would gradually build it up to a drift spec and take it to track days. In reality, I’ve never drifted it, not even on the road. With two other cars and a bike, I can’t justify keeping it so it would be better enjoyed by someone else who can. So, here’s the spec. ENGINE; • Low mileage manual gearbox bought from Mr Bizzle on driftworks • Nismo lightweight flywheel • Exedy clutch, suitable for 400bhp • Japspeed Front Mount Intercooler • Japspeed Air Filter • Horsham Developments Tubular manifold • Japspeed Tubular Turbo • Japspeed Super Low Downpipe • Buddy Club Spec 3 Exhaust. Sounds awesome. I’ve modified it slightly so that it sits higher and doesn’t knock or scrape. Also opened up the flange fixing holes so there’s never any blowing. The mods were all stainless tig welded so no worries about it rusting. • Horsham Developments stage 1a ECU. (Currently not fitted, needs to be synced by someone with software of Horsham Developments themselves) BODY • Driftworks CS2 Coilovers (possibly the best coilovers available?!) Coated in white grease from new so they're still in exellent condition under all the grease. • Apex adjustable suspension arms, including; rear camber arms, rear toe arms, rear traction arms, front tc arms Fitted about 2 months ago. Tracking done 2 weeks ago. • Driftworks locking collars. Don’t squeak. • WHEELS; Work Equip Mesh’s 17 x 8.5J et13 3” dish. They look awesome. • DMAX roof spoiler. Paint is excellent. You may be able to tell from the photos. • INTERIOR; This is mint. The only thing I’ve added is a Nardi style steering wheel and Sony headunit. As you can see in the photos some arsehole has put a few of scratches on one side. The previous owner has tried to touch one up with a touch up pen but it’s probably made it stand out more. I haven’t tried but they could be made to look better with a bit of polish. You don’t notice these unless you’re up close and looking for them. The rest of the paint is immaculate. A few photos from my phone showing the scratches. One wheel has some curbing on, I was planning on filing and polishing it out but havnt got round to it. Theres two ECU's in the footwell, a stage 1a bolted up but not plugged in and a standard ecu plugged in but not bolted up. This is a really good example of one of these in a rare oem colour. It has spent 92,000 miles as an auto and the last 8 as a manuel and has never been abused or drifted. It starts well, pulls well sounds great and doesnt smoke. Who ever buys it could keep it as a fast road / skid car or weld the diff and it's pretty much good for drift days. It has a full years MOT and is taxed until October. I’m after £4,200. Interested in part exchange though, something big and economic, 4dr/saloon/estate diesel etc. The car is located down on the south coast in Horndean, Hampshire. Feel free to pm or email me with any questions etc firstname.lastname@example.org Cheers.