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Old 04-14-2017, 11:39 AM   #1
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Twilight blue '05 G35 Sedan 6MT - $6800

About as impeccably cared for as one could imagine considering it's use (was a daily driver for years) and age. It's been my baby, but it's time to go on to another good home.

The Good:
- 6-speed manual. Rare for a sedan!
- 2nd owner. Bought it out of the 1st owner's garage with 39k miles. Now 178k mi, mostly highway. Still pulls strong!
- All records since new
- Only real problem I've ever had was an exhaust valve timing sensor. Replaced at 163k mi
- Fluids (synthetic) changed myself at regular intervals (oil every 3-5k with Mobil 1)
- Always garaged since new except the last few months. Overall paint is outstanding (always hand-washed with two buckets)...just a few touched-up paint chips
- Not a single dent/ding anywhere
- Stone (light gray) interior. Almost like new. Very light wear on driver seat
- Heated seats
- Rear reclining seats

The Mods:
- Uprev Tune by PRT Performance (93, 91, valet, disable modes)
- Z-tube intake (with OEM airbox resonators removed) (OEM intake included)
- Borla True-Dual cat-back exhaust (OEM exhaust is included)
- Kinetix Racing High Flow Cats (passes emissions inspection)
- 19" forged Rays Engineering wheels (coupe OEM), powder coated
- Lowered on Z springs front / Revised G35 Coupe springs rear
- Tokico adjustable shocks (OEM shocks included)
- Hotchkis adjustible sway bars (OEM sways included)
- Top Speed Pro lower chassis braces (front & rear)
- SPL aluminum compression rod bushings
- Whiteline polyurethane inner control arm bushings
- Whiteline polyurethane rear differential bushings
- Stoptech slotted rotors & Stoptech performance pads
- Braided steel brake lines (OEM calipers replaced at same time)
- Continental ExtremeContact DW summer tires. 265/35/19 rear, 245/40/19 front. Around 50% tread.

The Bad:

- Front bumper replaced and hood resprayed at 129,850mi due to small debris kicked up by another car in a construction area. Replacement was new and OEM. Impeccable work by Details Limited in Addison. Have receipts
- Compass doesn't work
- A couple nicks in the rear bumper paint
- Burns some oil. The VQ motor is known for that though
- TPMS sensor must be dying. Light comes on solid after a few minutes driving
- Front tires have some cupping (creating road noise) due to not realizing that a pothole knocked alignment out of whack. Cobb Tuning Plano has since re-aligned it

Tons of pics on request.



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I remember this old girl from the Sunday morning drives! GLWS
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I remember this old girl from the Sunday morning drives! GLWS
Thanks. Yeah, she's been an outstanding car for many years. It just doesn't get driven much anymore, and it kills me that the last few months it's had to live outside for the first time ever. Time for a new home.
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