As the market for Japanese classics starts to really heat up, a car
like this 1990 Nissan 300ZX is instantly attractive. But that's
just the first thing you see. Soon you'll realize this is a
two-owner car with all the best features like a five-speed, shorter
wheelbase, and a loaded leather interior. So it's time to enjoy a
terrifically respected fuel-injected T-top fun machine.
This is a true sweet spot for collecting a Z-car. 1990 was the
first model year for the Z32 series, and now that it has crossed
the 30-year threshold, this one is eligible for classic car
benefits in many states. This generation of the Z-car was a true
design revolution when it first hit the scene in 1990. The
streamlined style with artful headlights behind clear covers. It
really set a new benchmark that made many other companies try
daring designs just to catch up in the 1990s. So it's great to have
such straight body lines and a bright presentation of the
factory-correct Cherry Red Metallic paint to show it all off. The
second owner was part of long-term care, and you can see the
difference this level of respect makes in the clean presentation.
But this is a car that was made for driving, and that's why the
odometer is believed to reflect the full mileage and you have
upgraded 18-inch alloys borrowed from later Z-cars.
The black interior looks great against the red exterior. Those
leather dual bucket seats have a well-bolstered style and are built
for modern comfort. Yours even power adjusts to the ideal position.
The dash is low, giving excellent sight lines. All the controls are
at your fingertips, many as close as the edge of the instrument
panel. As Nissan's flagship, this Z came with loaded features like
power windows, power locks, power steering, electric rear defogger,
cruise control, and a Bose stereo system now upgraded with an
AM/FM/CD receiver that has Bluetooth. You know you want to take off
the T-tops and cruise this Z all summer long, and that's no problem
thanks to the automatic climate control that includes cold-blowing
The 3.0-liter DOHC V6 is a truly marvelous motor. With 222
horsepower on tap, this fuel-injected, multi-valve powerplant loves
to rev, and it makes a wonderful guttural growl at full throttle.
And you are in complete control of this full power and its dual
exhaust symphony thanks to the five-speed manual transmission. This
one appears to remain fully original in this low mileage coupe's
ultra-tidy engine bay. Not only is this well-preserved, but also
part of the appeal of a sports car like this is it fires up with
the same everyday usability as any other Nissan. So this is the
classic with daily driver sensibilities. But when you're ready for
fun, the fully independent sports suspension and four-wheel power
disc brakes instantly remind you how the Z-car is a true all-around
The sale comes complete with the owner's manual and maintenance
records. It's quite impressive to find a sharp example of this
first-year Z32 Nissan 300ZX. But it's truly amazing that you can
also get it all for such an affordable price. Call today!!!
1990 Nissan 300ZX
Location:Ft Worth, Texas
Exterior Color:Cherry Red Metallic
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