In recent years of the overpriced “stamp collecting” car era, the 300ZX’s competitors (Supra, NSX, 993) have gone through their depreciation curves and prices are reaching stupid levels, but for some reason the 300ZX (and Mitsubishi’s 3000GT/Dodge Stealth) have been floundering in the back pages of the wanted ads. Frankly, I think that is a good thing, because it means they’ll still get driven and enjoyed, at least until the Magnus Walkers and Adam Carolas of the world decide they are “worthy” and start collecting them too. In the meantime, find this 1990 Nissan 300ZX offered for $8,500 on Mobile, AL craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.
From the seller:
1990 nissan 300zx
cylinders: 6 cylinders
paint color: white
title status: clean
For Sale is a Nissan 300zx. This is the Twin Turbo variant of the 1990 model and is in immaculate condition. This is a very Rare color combination only 2652 of this example were build. I’ve owned this car since August of 2015 and its been garage kept every day since I’ve had it.
Since I’ve own the car I’ve replaced both rear wheel bearings, the fuel pump and fuel filter, and spark plugs. In order to maintain the engine and suspension running smoothly.
The car is mostly unmolested. the upgrades include the set of black 18″ Motegi MR122 wheels, (Stock set of wheels and tires are included). A set of HKS SSQV4 blow off valves for both turbos, with an HKS Type-1 turbo timer. a carbon fiber throttle cable cover, a 7″ touchscreen folding bluetooth headunit and a few Nismo parts around the car including the shift knob and oilcap/ radiator cap and floor mats.
The car also comes with a set of brand new drilled and slotted brake rotors with full steel brake lines and pads to go with the car ordered from Z1 Motorsports. As well as a replacement rare red center console and original floor mats pictured above.
Asking $8,500 Obo. Open to all trades.
Cash in hand before any test drives please.
I also have a video of a cold startup and walk around of this car that can be viewed using the link below
See a better way to drive white on red? email@example.com