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91-94 Sentra SE-R, future classic or not?
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 Post subject: 91-94 Nissan Sentra SE-R
PostPosted: Wed Apr 29, 2009 7:43 am 
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Does JNC or other car enthusiast for that matter, think that the 91-94 "classic" Sentra se-r will truly become a classic? Thoughts?


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Same formula as a 510, little car, good motor, agile chassis, and super fun to drive. Def a future collectible!

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The b13 Sentra was "inspired" by the 510...so I say definitely a classic in the making!

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Definitely! I beat around in one of these years ago! One of the best cars I had! There is such a cult following for these it's bound to be a classic!

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How about the NX2000 then?


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How about the NX2000 then?


No question! If I could find a clean one......I would buy it today!

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saiche wrote:
How about the NX2000 then?


No question! If I could find a clean one......I would buy it today!

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i love the sentra just something about the nx2000 i dont like at all

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saiche wrote:
How about the NX2000 then?


No question! If I could find a clean one......I would buy it today!

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I would have to disagree. While it's a really cool car, I think it will be a loooong time before anyone calls it a "classic".

Park it next to a B13 and no one will even believe they were made at the same time. :P


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PostPosted: Thu Apr 30, 2009 10:03 pm 
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The Sentra certainly has a timeless shape. I'm not sold on the NX's shape, just my personal taste. You do see fewer NXs' on the road then Sentras though, but of those Sentras, few are SE-Rs.


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TSiSS350 wrote:
saiche wrote:
How about the NX2000 then?


No question! If I could find a clean one......I would buy it today!

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i love the sentra just something about the nx2000 i dont like at all


Is it because it looks like an egg?

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It does look like an egg. The blue one pictured above actually looks really nice. I've always like the 510, so the SE-R is my 90's 510.


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TSiSS350 wrote:
Same formula as a 510, little car, good motor, agile chassis, and super fun to drive. Def a future collectible!
I totally agree. :tu:

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hawaii_se-r wrote:
You do see fewer NXs' on the road then Sentras though, but of those Sentras, few are SE-Rs.


Pretty sure here in the states that the Sentra outsold the NX by 20 to 1 at least. :wink:

I can't remember the last time I saw an NX on the street. I see B13 Sentras daily.

Of course around Texas, it's common to see B13s since they were built for about 15 years straight in Mexico. :P


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Which, come to think of it, brings up another question...

Can it be a "classic" if they made them new up until 2004 or 2005? :P




A 2003 I saw at a gas station...

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Is that green taxi a sentra?
If so, yuck.
Must be something else about them.
FWD/RWD?

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Is that green taxi a sentra?


Sort of... :P

It's actually called a Nissan Tsuru, but it's identical to the B13 Sentra E. They were built and sold in Mexico and Central America from 1991 to around 2005.

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Must be something else about them.
FWD/RWD?


All Sentras in this part of the world are FWD. :td:

Would love to build a RWD B13, though. Or even swap in a Pulsar GTI-R AWD drivetrain? :P


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I love the NX, but it'll probably be relegated to classic limbo like the F10. The SE-R Sentra might have some potential as a new school 510 though. The Tsuru? Well... I hope I live that long! :)

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 Post subject: Re: 91-94 Nissan Sentra SE-R
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Please don't "kill" the new guy for digging up an almost two year old thread for his very first post. According to the state of Pennsylvania the 91-94 SE-R "can" qualifiy as a classic car. I say "can" as there is some sort of secretive review process done the state police. At very least the car has to be 15 years old. You then have to answer a few basic questions, send in four pictures of the car and keep your fingers crossed. I gave it a shot with my '92....

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 Post subject: Re: 91-94 Nissan Sentra SE-R
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SE-RMonkey wrote:
According to the state of Pennsylvania the 91-94 SE-R "can" qualifiy as a classic car.


I'm sure up there where they salt the roads that anything over 15 years old is a classic. :mrgreen:


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In Ohio, if you can document that it's a limited production vehicle with an enthusiast base, it qualifies for Collector plates. :tu:

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