All original 5 speed 280Z. The paint is factory original Polar White and the car has never been damaged. The engine is the original 2.8 L inline six cylinder with Bosch L-Jetronic fuel injection . Options detailed on the original invoice include wheels, rear louvers, floor mats, an AM/FM 8 track tape player (comes with 8 track tapes), and side moldings. Factory A/C has been recharged and blows cold. The car has the original tool roll and doughnut spare. The car was recently serviced by a Z car expert. The service included new fluids, A/C recharge, rebuilt calipers for the front disk brakes, new wheel cylinders for the rear drums,and new pads and shoes. The fuel tank was removed and cleaned. It has new Hankook Optimo tires. This Z car looks and runs exactly as it should.
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