Take a look at this very nice low mileage 1991 Infiniti M30
Convertible brought to you by Zoom Classic Cars. This is an
original 30k mile vehicle. Originally sold for $32k new. Florida
car that has been extremely well cared for. Comes equipped with the
3.0 Liter Nissan V6 motor and 4 Speed automatic transmission.
Leather interior in excellent condition. All power options, AM/FM,
console shift and Air Conditioning. Infiniti officially started
selling vehicles in November 1989 with the M30 series, mostly a
re-badged Nissan Laurel, a car that was not available in the U.S.
The Leopard was one of the best production coups in the Nissan
portfolio in 1988. The management decided that it was perfect to
launch it on the American market re-badged as an Infiniti. It
shared some parts with the Skyline, and it proved to be extremely
reliable. Unlike the Japanese version, which was available only as
a coupe, in the U.S., it was offered as a convertible as well and
transformed into a soft-top vehicle on the American soil. Runs and
drives very well. Rust free car. Car must be seen to be
appreciated. In 1986, Nissan introduced the Leopard on the Japanese
market with an angular design and slim horizontal headlights. The
narrow front end and slightly raised hood continued with a rakish
windshield. There was no B-pillar or center safety arch. The
power-roof system was developed by American Sunroof Corporation and
featured automatic, push-button operation. In order to pass the
U.S. safety requirements, the Infiniti M30 Convertible was fitted
with bigger bumpers. The M30 convertible interior was carefully
crafted with leather upholstery extended on the doors and side
panels. It featured an angular-looking dashboard, with a center
stack slightly sloped toward the front. Four passengers could sit
inside, but with limited legroom for the rear ones. Call Jeff for
more information or to arrange an appointment to see the car.
Thanks for Looking.
1991 Infiniti M30
Location:Lake Hiawatha, New Jersey
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