The M45 is a made-in-Japan V8 super-sedan:
The 2003 Infiniti M45 was manufactured in Tochigi, Japan; and is based on the Y34-series Nissan Gloria. In contrast to the Japanese models, which were available only with 6-cylinder engines, the M45 was powered by Nissan’s VK45DE V8, producing 340 hp (254 kW) and 333 lb⋅ft (451 N⋅m) of torque, which it shared with the Infiniti’s flagship Q45.
The seller notes,
I have owned this vehicle since January 2005. I bought it with 6,000 miles on it. It has been garage kept all the time I have owned it. I have all the service records for the car. The car has been rarely driven in winter, and has never been in salted roads–the car is completely rust free with a very dry bottom.
The car is 100% original–there are no modifications.
The oil has been changed every 4 to 5 thousand miles. The car has been driven regularly, but not used as a daily driver. It literally drives as new.
The price includes new front brakes–the brakes replaced were original. It also includes the 60,000 mile service by the Infiniti dealer.
It is one of 1700 M45s sold in the US in 2004. It is truly a unique and limited production car.
This vehicle is currently located in Virginia, USA.
The seller is willing to work with the buyer’s transport contractor for inter-state shipping.