Noob from Colorado

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Noob from Colorado

Postby thesoundmaster » Thu Aug 19, 2010 2:35 am

Hey, introducing myself. I'm Chuck, I'm out of Centennial Colorado, south east of Denver. I'm new to Nissans, not new to forums, 4 wheeling, or wrenching. I'll tell a little about myself, post pics of my Pathy here in the morning.

I'm a Ford guy who is digressing from the domestic scene. Long story as to why I have a Pathy now. I started my driving/truck/mechanical story when I was 17, bought a 1993 Ford Bronco Eddie Bauer, drove the wheels off of it, bought a 2002 Ford Ranger FX4, sold that and bought a 1996 F250. Well, back in December of last year I got laid off from my job, and ended up loosing my F250 to the bank. Fast forward to now. I had been looking for cheap, reliable transportation to get me around and I couldn't buy another Ford for that much without having to really sink a ton of money into it. So I started looking at imports, such as Rodeo's, Pathy's, 4runners, you know the routine. Stumbled across my 1993 Pathy SE Sport for $1300 on Craigslist. Went to look at it, and fell in love. It's in OK shape, minimal rust, minor problems here and there that don't have any effects on the drivability. However, 234,000 miles. And believe it or not, it doesn't have the typical Nissan intake manifold tick!

So I'll be around, needing to find a new Nissan home, and try to learn everything I possibly can about this Pathy. I absoutly LOVE driving it and in all honesty I haven't had this much fun driving since I had my Bronco on the road!

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Postby Triffid » Thu Aug 19, 2010 4:06 am

Welcome to the forums!...... Triffid

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