Steintrek history for sale

I’m selling the trek vessel, my 2011 Nissan 370Z. It’s sad to see a fun and beautiful car, which played such a big roll in my adventure, go away. But it’s even sadder to watch my money go away.
Yes it has 44,000 miles but we all know that is A LOT of highway miles and miles made with love. 27,000 of those from my seven months through the 48 contiguous states.
The car is solid, not one mechanical problem since I bought it new. And it’s been serviced only at Nissan (in New York, Missouri, Michigan, Washington, Utah, and Florida). Since I retuned to New York, I slapped $1200 worth of Continental DWS tires on the massive rims. I found I was less likely to die in the snow with these than with the original Toyos and the Michelins I bought in Portland, OR. And they handle better.
I also just had all the fluids drained and replaced for another grand. I should really do that for myself as well.
So, can you handle 332 horsepower driving the rear wheels through a 6-speed manual transmission? I really don’t care if you can or cannot, I just want the cash. $23,000.
For those who want to do their own research, it’s the coupe with the sport package. No built in GPS but I somehow managed with my Rand McNally and an iPhone to not get lost in any of the 48-states. I’ll throw the map in, no cost!
The car is in Astoria, Queens, NY if you’re interested. Send inquiries to Steintrek@gmail.com. 20140627-133221-48741911.jpg

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