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No one wants to sell their Z :(

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I've been on the market for a 2011/2012 White, Manual 370z now for over a year and nothing.

Life is telling me no but my heart and the Z in my blood is telling me YES

Edited by Brett95

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Buy a different colour and have it wrapped white?

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get it shipped from another state.

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Shame, because i have a 2012, my11 manual for sale but in blue Sent from my SM-G930F using Tapatalk

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big hughs ness - Ill be selling mine soon but its 2011 Black on Black , and manual.. and no accidents!!! Your getting a bargain for what ill be selling it for if your Interested!!

I live in the Gongs so its not far from you, you may have seen it around with number plates BEN 313..

I've spent over 15k with good quality MODS.. [no RICER mods btw] I was getting it ready for it to be a track car but  my direction has changed . I'm currently in the process of purchasing a 68 corvette and I cannot have both.. I've got every recipes to prove it all..

 

Call me If your interested.. BEN 0410 031 186 or 0437 262 951

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Thanks Ben. I am in love with it already. I'll give you a call soon.

regardss

Peter

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Ill be selling mine very soon if anyones interested. 9e22c3cf7de50c78004a104389a8967c.jpg7f6efef07356c1e1f0be11ee39c54227.jpg86936f7f3b36f3b3e877b2c5ad36da93.jpgca1673b3be050de74a248081dbf7243f.jpge6df5e3dc670926eb919993dbd19eafe.jpg Sent from my SM-G935F using Tapatalk

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