Super-clean, Tastefully-modded Lexus GS300 Seeks New Home

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Lexus GS300

Lovingly cared for and tastefully modified, you won’t find too many better used car values than this classic Lexus sedan.

As Lexus fans, we’re blessed with plenty of great options on the used car market. Thanks mostly, of course, to the brand’s legendary reputation for quality. But you won’t find many better used Lexus values than those right here in the Club Lexus Marketplace. Not to mention a bunch of nice rides that have been tastefully modified, too. Thus, cars like this tasteful Lexus GS300 offer more bang for your buck than the average Craigslist find.

With just 95k miles on the odometer, this GS has plenty of life left in it. And it’s pretty easy to see that the car has also been lovingly cared for over the years. The seller reportedly treated it like a queen over their many years of ownership, keeping it in the garage and washing and waxing it once a month. That’s clearly evident from the paint condition, which appears to be rather flawless.

Lexus GS300

But as you can tell from the car’s wicked stance, it isn’t 100% stock, either. Lighting upgrades include DDM headlights and foglights, as well as LED bulbs in virtually every socket, inside and out. JL stereo components offer a big upgrade in sound, as does a Tanabe Hyper Medalion exhaust. And the stance of this classic Lexus is perfect, due in part to a BC Extreme drop kit. Brushed aluminum Work Varianza T1 wheels cap it all off with some tasteful styling.

Lexus GS300

A series of exterior bits help give this Lexus a nice but understated appearance as well. They include a TTE front bumper, along with Admiration side skirts and rear section. And in case none of that is your bag, the seller still has all the original stuff that’ll take this GS back to stock. But for us, this vintage Lexus looks great as is. And we can’t think of a better way to spend $8k at the moment!

Brett Foote is a longtime contributor to Internet Brands’ Auto sites, including Chevrolet Forum, Rennlist, and Ford Truck Enthusiasts.

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