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Hey guys, Im new to the forums and dont have a nissan yet. I would really like a nissan pulsar awd in left hand drive, seems i cant find this. i was wondering if i could get like an old sentra as a doner car and convert a pulsar to left hand drive. Is a sentra anything like a pulsar? Would these parts be at all similar? Is there a car other then the sentra I'd be better off doing this with?
 

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what year/years?
there was a sentra AWD wagon late 80's
 

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i was figuring on trying to get both cars same year, but do you have any more info on this awd wagon?
 

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Why? Thats the side i like to drive on, here in north america left turns always mean going across oncoming lanes. Its hard enough as it is in my city to make a left turn across traffic. Go sit in the passenger's seat when someone esle is doing this and realize that if you had a steering wheel infront of you you wouldnt be able to see whats coming.

As for the comment about sentra se r and the crappy engine, the car I end up with if i were to do this is still sr20det powered, and still awd, no matter what side Im sitting on.
 

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I remember when it was for sale, there were very few around. they were for the snow country, not performance, and even in Colorado and New Mexico they were rare where Subaru's and other 4wd's large and small were very popular.
From Wikapedia....
Nissan Sentra - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
The B12 chassis would be the last chassis to offer a station wagon model, which was marketed as the "California" in some Asian markets. Even more rare are the four-wheel drive versions of the station wagon, offered as an option in 1988 and 1989 model years. These models featured an electrically-activated 4WD single-range transfer case to drive the independently-suspended rear wheels, making them selectable four-wheel-drive and not full-time four-wheel-drive vehicles.
 
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