Aussie Clocked Going 263km/h or 164MPH in Nissan 200SX Held Together With Cables!

A 21-year-old Australian driver was caught by Police going 263 km/h or 164 MPH with his 1995 Nissan 200SX (S14) on the Hume Highway near Mittagong in NSW. As if going that fast on a public road wasn’t enough of a crime, to their surprise, the Police discovered that the 200SX’s body was held on by cable ties, its dashboard was not secured and its battery was held in place by a rag and a bracket! -Continued

The driver, who allegedly told police he had spent the day at the races, was charged with driving at a speed dangerous to the public. It’s a darn pity we don’t have any pictures of the car. (Pic: Nissan 200SX S14 ’98)Thanks for the tip Nathan! – Via: Theaustralian

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