Thursday, May 30, 2019

5-Speeds, All Fun: 1995 Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo Z32

The 300ZX was a 2 door sports car from Nissan during the great Japanese sports car boom of the 1990s and featured a host of technology in a Isao Sono & Toshio Yamashita designed body.  In recent years the 300ZX's competitors (Supra, NSX, 993) have gone through their depreciation curves and the good original ones are commanding prices that exceed their original MSRP, but for some reason the 300ZX (and Mitsu's 3000GT/Dodge Stealth) have been floundering around in the cheap seats, but MAYBE, just MAYBE we are starting to see a budget of appreciation for the twin turbo V6 powered classics.  Get 'em while they're cheap.  Find this 1995 Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo Z32 offered for $16,588 in Metairie, LA via craigslist. Tip from FuelTruck.

From the seller:
 1995 Nissan 300ZX 
condition: excellent 
cylinders: 6 cylinders 
drive: rwd 
fuel: gas 
odometer: 79428 
paint color: green 
size: mid-size 
title status: clean 
transmission: manual 
type: coupe 

Collectors! This beautiful Z car, the famous Z32, is locally available for a short time prior to going to a national collector car auction. The twin turbo with 5-speed manual transmission and leather interior is the most desirable model. These cars are becoming more and more rare and are rapidly increasing in value. This unit is one of only 1,089 Twin Turbos ever produced for the US market in 1995 and 1996. Clean Carfax, all services completely up to date including the timing belt, water pump, belts, hoses, etc. It comes in the rare Cobalt Green Pearl with Saddle tan interior. Completely stock except for a Pioneer Bluetooth enabled stereo. I will consider reasonable offers and can consider trades. Don't miss this opportunity to start or add to your collection- purchasing direct can also save you thousands in buyer's fees and taxes!!

See a cooler way to drive green?


  1. If I've said it once, I've said it... well, lots. Love this generation Z and my '91 TT was rock solid. Fast and zero issues for almost 60k miles of ownership.

  2. Hate the wheels but looks pretty good, otherwise. Period correct green paint and all.

  3. Paint kills this for me. I love nostalgia as much as the the next mensch, but the blue in these 90s greens will never look cool to me, not in the classic sense.

  4. Always have liked these cars, but that color...

  5. And the seller appears to be a tax avoider. Montana has no sales tax so people buy cars here to avoid paying the tax.

  6. Loved my 90 nonturbo 1 year only Gold color just because too many white,red & black out there.
    I like this color fine i agree like the stock wheels with out chrome treatment. This is strong money not sure these have hit the Trump-Rebound er tariff yet. But the Supra's and fan fav Nsx keep going up like no stopping in sight. Mangia la mia polere

  7. Oooh! Oooohh!

    ... I found the National Car Collector's Auction the seller talks about. It's already listed!!!

    Collectors Car Auctions

    -Stan (...yeah, *that* Stan...)

  8. Nissan probably hired a team of 'experts' to find out why the toyota sold so many camry's and went ITS DEFINATELY THAT SHITTY BRITISH RACING GREEN. Now as we all stare at this clean car picture this car at the dealership new and Sarah McLaughlins song playing in the background because this poor ZX was definately stuck on that dealership till the next year

    1. If that's BRG, I'm Mario Andretti.

      It's more like Bedazzler Glitter Green

      -Stan (spoiler alert: I am NOT Mario Andretti...)

  9. I would but a Stillen.....however probably not this one
    Z32 of the North

  10. SpeedHunters just ran this car. I think it is beautifully modded. What a shape!
    what would you do in a Z32?

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