1990 Fairlady Z from the Ashley - Canada
I Love this car to death. I had it imported right from Japan with 50,000Km's on it. Just perfect..not one thing wrong with it. Great speed, really easy to add modifications for more horse power. Sleek design and T-tops are great in the summer....1986 300zx from the Art New orleans
I wanted this car since I first saw it. Unfortunately I got married, had a baby and my wife talked me out of it. Four years later and divorced I saw one in a dealer lot and bought it. I loved it! So did my mechanic........88 turbo from the bob north bay ontario canda
|lots of looks and comments ,choice of ride program checks turn into conversation piece...
|The Nissan 300ZX, also known as the Nissan Fairlady Z is a sports car produced by Nissan Motor Company. It comprises the third and fourth generations of Nissan's Z-car line-up, respectively given the chassis designations Z31 and Z32.
The Z31 chassis designation was first introduced in 1983 as a 1984 model and the third-generation Datsun Z-car. After 1984, the 300ZX was sold under the Nissan name. It offered V6 engines (the earilier Z-cars were all powered with an I6) for the first time in the Z chassis: a naturally-aspirated VG30E and turbocharged VG30ET, which initially produced 160 and 200 horsepower (127 and 172 kW), respectively. Later versions of the same engines were rated at 165 and 205 horsepower. In Japan, the turbo version became the highest horsepower available in a consumer vehicle on the JDM market.
The Z32 was a complete redesign. It featured a naturally aspirated engine rated at 222 hp, and a top-of-the-line Twin-Turbo version rated at 300 hp (224 kW) at 9.5 lbf/in² (66 kPa) of boost through two intercoolers. A naturally aspirated convertible model was also introduced in 1993. Twin Turbo models were not offered as a 2 2 or convertible in the United States.