I do know of a gut in the New Caney area that has about 3 dozen Z's in his yard with lots of parts... But yeah, I didn't think of that aspect of it. More points to ponder as I begin searching for a car.Matt93SE said:they're getting very long in the tooth now.. things break and parts aren't readily available anymore... so if you break something strange, it's goign to take a while to get it running again.
I guess if you have one that's in excellent running condition, then go for it.. but most of them I've seen aren't capable of driving on the street every day.
Spec V's are nice, just a bit small. I enjoy my space. Another Max is always an option, has to be a 5.5 gen though. If I got a Frontier it would have to be 4X4, If I am going to give up my speed addiction I would have to replace it with something just as fun. (I would also need a winch just in case I had too much fun!) I have always liked older Z's and the 2+2's have decent space. Which rules out 350's but brings G35c's into the picture. I am also looking for something that I don't have to make payments on for a long time. I want to have money to MOD! It is hard when you are still paying for your ride. Although if a Maxima or G35s was to come along at a sweet price I would probably jump on it.cryption said:what about a Spec V? Those sentras are nice. Or you could always get another max?
And of course I say ... get a frontier! You can drive mine for a while and see if u like it, or an Xterra or somethin. Yeaaaaaa off road action, and I know the best places.
Oh and rob, when we gonna hang out man!?
The FX35/45 are really sweet too. And I am totally in love with how they look, I just see an SUV in my future.nova73guy said:Just a thought, I got to drive a Murano this weekend. Not bad for a grocery getter. Handles fair, decent power, and lotsa room.