The S130 generation Nissan Fairlady Z was sold as the "Datsun by Nissan" 280ZX in North America from 1979 through 1983. The S130 may not have been as light or sporty as its predecessor, but it added a few bits of luxury in eventually a turbocharger to Nissan's sports car. This particular car is in impressive shape for its age and shows only 20k miles on the 5-digit odometer.
Under the hood is an L28, a naturally aspirated 2.8 liter inline-6 that puts out 135 horsepower into a 5-speed manual gearbox. Rated horsepower may have been down due to the change from SAE gross to SAE net power ratings (from early 240Z cars), but actual horsepower was increased from the previous generation. Regrettably, the cars were slower because safety related mass was added -- as much as an additional 400 lbs by 1979.
By 1979 the Z was becoming more of a grand tourer than a sports car, but you could get it with a 5-speed manual. The interior on this one is nearly flawless and 100% stock according to the seller, but I'm sure a Z expert can chime in the comments to confirm this.
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