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This 1985 Spartan II is that perfect kind of neo-classic that gives you a distinct appearance everywhere you go, but underneath is a reliable and sporty Nissan 300ZX. Best of all, this loaded custom is available right now at an irresistible price.
This is one of those cool cars built in the same tradition of the Excalibur and Zimmer. The Spartan Classic was a limited edition vehicle hand-built in a California facility that mixes century-old class and distinction with more modern components. That's where you get the custom swoopy fenders, classic chrome bumpers, full-length running boards, opera-style roofline, and bright wire wheels. And not only is this a two-tone vehicle, but there's also a custom mural on the back for fallen heroes. It really is a special car, right down to faux dual spare wheels integrated into the fender's design. But beyond the grandest of grand touring appearance are the fundamentals you want. For example, the doors are unaltered from the original Nissan body. The same goes for much of the main glass (including the T-tops) and underlying components. So maintaining this one-of-a-kind appearance is much easier than it might first seem.
Inside, this one really shows off its Z-car roots, which makes it one of the sportiest neo-classics around. You get a grippy Nissan dual-spoke steering wheel that gives you a clear view of the digital gauge panel - a cool option on these Nissans that are a fun contrast to the classic exterior style. And other great reason to have a modern-style interior means the best in comfort features. This includes a power driver's seat, power windows, and power steering. There are also provisions for features such as R134a air conditioning and an upgraded AM/FM/CD stereo w/aux input. The glass T-tops are always a handy feature, and these also come with sun blocking panels and storage bags for true easy usage. There are wide bucket seats up front, and as a 2+2, you have occasional use back seats that also provide plenty of extra storage room for when you want to use this for road trips.
Under the classically-styled hood is the best sight you want in a factory custom like this. That's Nissan's mighty and hardy fuel-injected V6 providing all the power. The four-speed automatic transmission is great for both quick kick-downs for acceleration as well as providing overdrive comfort. And the fully-independent sports suspension and four-wheel power disc brakes gives this a distinct handling advantage of the rest of the neo-classics out there.
Complete with owner's manual, this Spartan offers unique vintage styling, reliable components underneath, and a price that is well within reach. Now is the time to get your hands on this cool cruiser before someone else realizes what a deal it is, too. Call today!!!
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