Featuring a timeless design and a skillfully upgraded powerplant
beneath the hood, this 1991 Nissan 300ZX Turbo is a fine example of
just how adept Nissan was at making effective updates to retain
their storied nameplate's status as a "go-to" performance car still
attainable by the masses. The potent, enhanced engine teams with
several other aftermarket components to give the car outstanding
America's infatuation with this Z32 rendition of the ZX really hit
a high point during this era - just the year before this '91
debuted, more than a million ZXs cruised out of showrooms, making
it the best selling sports car in the country. Clad in sharp Black
Pearl paint, this specimen represents the model very nicely. Its
exterior remains in fine form, with no blemishes of note and when
you bring the car out into the sun, you can see a subtle metallic
texture to go along with a deep shine. With the exception of a set
of aftermarket wheels, the overall appearance remains convincingly
stock, providing no hint as to the enhanced power this car carries.
From front to back, the ornamental trim and body cladding is in
great shape and the pair of added smoked headlights up front
provide a cool touch of customization. The T-top configuration
provides the exhilaration of open air motoring, with more shelter
as needed just a couple of easy steps away.
The black leather interior is cleaner than you'd expect from a car
of this era. Take a look around and you'll be impressed by its
condition, starting with the front buckets, which still have plenty
of padding intact and offer a combination of comfort and support.
Consistent care and plenty of shelter have left the dash area in
good shape, with a set of clear gauges inside its instrument
cluster and a pad free of any cracks sitting above. The digital
boost controller for the twin turbos up front is seamlessly
installed just below the dash and is sure to be a focal point for
driver and passenger alike. A flip up Kenwood AM/FM/CD player with
iPod connectivity stands by to handle your audio demands, teaming
with factory Bose speakers in the doors and an 8" JL subwoofer in
the rear storage area to provide a great audio experience. There's
an impressive array of comfort features inside, including power
seats, power windows and door locks, air conditioning that's
blowing cold and strong, and cruise control.
The 3.0 liter, electronically fuel injected twin turbo V6 on
display beneath the hood was already good for 300 horsepower when
it left the factory and having been enhanced with some substantial
upgrades, including the installation of a pair of more powerful
turbochargers, an improved intercooler and electronic controller,
an upgraded aftermarket exhaust and larger fuel injectors, its
output goes up substantially from there. The array of top tier
add-ons are all dialed in properly - this engine performs every bit
as well as you'd expect, given its specifications, and pairs with a
smooth shifting 5-speed transmission to make for exciting times
behind the wheel. The power steering is smooth but precise and with
the ZX's pairing of MacPherson struts in front and an independent
ball joint suspension in back, it's a very agile corner carver.
Anti-lock power disc brakes at all four corners help keep things
under control during abrupt stops and bring the set of 18" TSW
wheels to a halt in a hurry. Air bags on both sides provide an
added measure of safety.
Looking great both inside and out and offering outstanding power,
this 1991 Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo is a must see. Call today!