95 JDM Nissan Fairlady Z 300zx Convertible Rare, VG30DE V6 3.0L Automatic with 81.5k miles. Black leather interior dual power seats with rare suede around the dash and door panels. This car is very clean and stands out, car was repainted to purple in Japan(I bought it this way) sharp looking car. Has 98+ Fairlady Z taillights, Apexi World Sport Dual Exhaust, Enkie 18x8" Wheels, Carbon trim around radio and window switches that looks to be factory, Clear corner lights. The car has 1 tiny ding on the left door but desides thats its flawless. Has a little paint chip on left mirror as pictured and driver seat has some wear.
Both seats are leather and powered. Car runs strong and blows cold AC.
I personally hand picked this car in Japan, dealing with me you cut out the middle man and save money that way.
Contact Rob 864-505-5621, been a JDM importer for over 10+ years and have a yard in Japan Not Interested in trades.
The Z32 was a new design. The body was wider with a rounder profile and fewer hard edges. It had a marginally increased drag coefficient of .31 compared to the Z31's .30. Twin Turbocharged Z32s also featured active rear wheel steering systems called "Super HICAS", first introduced on the HR31 Nissan Skyline, which was actuated hydraulically until 1994 when Nissan switched to an electric actuator. Nissan designated the final 300 units earmarked for North American sale in 1996 as "Commemorative Edition" cars, although nothing new or exclusive to the model was included. The 1996 model years vehicles did not feature Nissan's NVTC variable valve timing system, which had been present on all previous Z32 models. Production continued in Japan until August 2000, with styling updates and the addition of HID headlamps in 1998.
Unchanged from the previous generation 300ZX was the displacement of the 2,960 cc (3.0 L) V6 engine, now with DOHC and variable valve timing (N-VCT), rated at 222 hp (166 kW) and 198 lb⋅ft (268 N⋅m) in naturally aspirated form. The turbo variant was upgraded with Garrett AiResearch twin-turbochargers and dual intercoolers producing 300 bhp (304 PS; 224 kW) at 6,400 rpm and 283 lb⋅ft (384 N⋅m) of torque at 3,600 rpm. Performance varied from 0-60 mph (97 km/h) times of 5.0-6.0 seconds depending on the source, and it had a governed top speed of 155 mph (249 km/h).
The Z32 300ZX was the first car to be marketed following the introduction of the 280 PS (206 kW) power ceiling imposed by JAMA that remained until 2004.