800 Derita Road, Ste. A
This 1987 Nissan 300ZX has a great color combo, fuel-injected powerhouse, T-tops, and the overall desirability of a very ideal model year. So when you can get your hands on a sharp modern classic cruiser, you know you need to dig deeper into this deal.
This is considered an ideal year for Z-car fans. The styling of the Z31 300ZX had evolved with a sleeker look for the last few years that give you better integrated bumpers and lights. And yes, this has the desirable sleeker profile of the two-seater. This a factory Super White car, and while the name is already fun to say, we also like it because it looks sporty without showing its wear like a black car would. The whole coupe keeps a stock style, right down to the cool 15-inch buzzsaw alloys.
The dark red interior looks striking against the white exterior. So you'll happily take the T-tops out to show this off to the world. But what you'll also notice is that the well-preserved condition signals good care where the roof likely wasn't left out on sunny days. Not only does the interior look good, but this generation was a premium machine that came with plenty of added comfort. This includes power windows, power locks, power mirrors, and air conditioning (will need servicing to blow cold again.) The radio was even upgraded to an AM/FM/CD unit for better driving music. And this one really was built to be driven. That's why the driver's bucket seat can be adjusted to really know how to hug your body. There's a tilt column for the sports steering wheel, and most of your essential functions are just a fingertip away.
What keeps the Z-cars in-demand is the powerhouse. Nissan/Datsun have built their backbone on providing six-cylinder motors that are both reliable and hardy. This 3.0-liter V6 with fuel injection and overhead cam is at the heart of that reputation. So it's great to see it looking stock and clean under the hood. It embodies the best you expect from a Japanese sports car with an engine that fires up readily and it pulls strong out on the road. Plus, you have power rack & pinion steering, four-wheel, power disc brakes, and a fully independent sports suspension. But these 300ZXs were great for grand touring, too, and so you have a four-speed automatic transmission with highway-friendly overdrive.
The sale comes complete with both the original window sticker and owner's manual. This is the kind of Japanese sports car that looks great to you, and is appreciating as others recognize it, too. So don't miss your chance. Call now!
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