Gateway Classic Cars of Detroit is proud to present this 1984
Datsun 300zx. The Nissan Z-car has a storied history, debuting for
the 1970 model year and even continuing production to this day,
with racing pedigree and huge cultural popularity this decades long
success is a true testament. Debuting in 1983 the Z31 chassis was a
significant evolution of the legendary Z. This being a 1984,
celebrates the 50th anniversary of the company, also the 1st year
they were sold stateside, makes it that much more special. There
were only 5,148 of these cars made for the United States market,
and many estimate that of those, very few are left. Of the ones
left, you'll be hard pressed to find one in this condition for
sale. Powered by the TURBO charged v6 engine producing 200hp, mated
to a 5-speed manual transmission, this is the one to have! This ONE
OWNER example comes with a clean carfax. Options include: A/C,
AM/FM radio with a cassette player, power
brakes-locks-steering-windows-mirrors, cruise control, and don't
forget those mirror tinted t-tops! Also a very cool feature is the
Bodysonic amplifier, that acts as a subwoofer inside the seats!Take
the t-tops off and go through the gears as you hear that turbo kick
in, it is a thing of beauty!Don't miss your chance to own this
piece of Japanese automotive history with this 300zx
1984 Datsun 300ZX
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