Nissan 300ZX Targa 1987 Nice original condition
This Nissan 300 ZX was built in 1987. This coup’w is equipped with the 2.960cc V6 engine which is coupled to a manual 5-speed gearbox. The targa roof with two removable parts is characteristic for the Nissan 300ZX. The color scheme and the design of this car will directly take you back to the 80’s. What a beautiful combination of the white paint and the dark red interior. This Nissan 300ZX has only driven 82.850 kilometers since new and is therefore in beautiful and original condition. A fantastic classic car and also a car with healthy investment potential. You are very welcome to come and see this Nissan 300ZX in our showroom.
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