Nissan’s Z-cars have always been special, right from the original Nissan Fairlady Z and the Datsun series of 240Z, 260Z and 280Z, and the series has been rejuvenated by the arrival of the 400Z. The Eighties and Nineties saw the futuristic Nissan 300ZX enter the scene, over two generations. Want to own something that the current owner says, “people were almost breaking their necks looking around at us the day we took it home”? Check out this 1990 Nissan 300ZX with 61,800 miles from North Dakota. Its enthusiast owned, reported to have always been garaged, and comes with the original manuals and books. Just gaze at these pictures and don’t you feel desire for a slice of Nineties nostalgia?
The sharp styling of the second-generation 300ZX was the result of the penmanship of Isao Sono and Toshio Yamashita, and this lovely red 1990 Nissan 300ZX is the perfect color if you want to turn heads. “This one’s a real eye-catcher” says the seller. It’s in stock form, and rolls on a set of period-correct five-spoke 16-inch silver Nissan alloys with the Z-emblem at the center. The tires are reported to be in good shape. Adding to its drivability on those sunny and fair-weather days is that this example has the glass T-roof option. The interior features grey cloth seats. Although there are four, the rear seats are best used for kids, or smaller adults on shorter journeys. The driver gets a four-way power adjustable seat. Cruise control buttons are present on the steering wheel, whilst the climate controls live in a binnacle to the right of the instrument cluster. This car has an audio system upgrade in the shape of a Sony CDX-GT520 single-DIN head unit with HD Radio, MP3/WMA capability and an AUX port so you can cruise with the T-tops open and some smooth tunes of your choice playing.
The second-generation 300ZX came with two powerplant options. The sole engine was a 3.0L (181ci) V6 in either naturally aspirated, or Japan-special twin-turbo form. This 1990 Nissan 300ZX has the naturally aspirated engine which features double overhead cams and variable valve timing to put our 222hp at 6,400rpm and 198lb.ft 4,800rpm. Power is sent to the rear wheels via a four-speed automatic transmission.
Car Location: North Dakota 61,800 original miles Red on grey Automatic transmission Glass T-roof option Recent oil change - Sep 2021 Tires are good shape reported 2 keys Original manuals and books included Reported to always be garaged Enthusiast owned "This ones a real eye catcher" - seller "people we almost breaking their necks looking around at us the day we took it home"- seller
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