Gateway Classic Cars of Charlotte is proud to digitally present
this 1984 Nissan 300ZX Turbo.This 300ZX seems to have it all:
speed! Handling! Braking! Overhead cams! A turbocharger! All the
modern GT goodies are present and accounted for in one neat
package.This awesome little import is like taking a turbo-charged
trip down memory lane when the future was digital and every
convenience had an easy-to-reach button. Whether you need to deploy
the power radio antenna, lower the power windows, adjust the side
mirrors, adjust the suspension firmness, or engage the BodySonic
Amplifiers, among so many more functions, 3-way electronically
adjustable shocks, there is a control knob or button in the cockpit
for you to do so! The T-Tops and gold graphics give this
well-sorted Japanese classic an unmistakable look!The 300ZX, like
its predecessors, was known as a Nissan in other parts of the
world. Designed by Kazumasu Takagi and his team of developers, the
300ZX improved aerodynamics and increased power compared to its
predecessor, the 280ZX. The newer chassis had the same wheelbase
and MacPherson strut/semi-trailing arm independent suspension, but
it handled and accelerated better than the 280ZX.The newer Z-car
had a drag coefficient of 0.30 and was powered by Japan's first
mass-produced V6 engine instead of an inline 6. According to
Nissan, the V6 engine was supposed to re-create the spirit of the
original Fairlady Z. Configured as a turbocharged single overhead
cam 3.0L V6 (VG30ET, used in 300ZX Turbo), the Z31 platform had
electronic fuel injection (EFI) and was rear-wheel driven. Even
when saddled with an automatic transmission, the 300ZX was one of
the fastest cars on the market in that era.This Dark Pewter
Metallic Radwood-worthy machine is ready to hit the streets with
you behind the wheel! Put on your BluBlocker Sunglasses and
Surfstyle windbreaker, and contact us today before this
Turbocharged beauty is gone faster than a personal pan pizza!
1984 Datsun 300ZX
Exterior Color:Dark Pewter Metallic
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