Thursday, February 6, 2020

Z32 5-Speed: 1991 Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo

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 etc) have gone through their depreciation curves and the good original ones are commanding prices well above original MSRP, but for some reason the 300ZX (and Mitsu's 3000GT/Dodge Stealth) have cheap for years...but I think that might be changing as cars from the 90s become classics...which is strange and makes me feel old. Find this 1991 Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo offered for $15,000 in Reno, NV via craigslist. Tip from Jeff.


From the seller:

1991 nissan 300zx twin turbo
VIN: JN1CZ24H2MX503625
condition: excellent
cylinders: 6 cylinders
drive: rwd
fuel: gas
odometer: 75500
paint color: red
title status: clean
transmission: manual
type: hatchback
Open disclosure, the car was in an accident before I got it with an impact on the passenger side front and rear quarter panel. I took the car, removed the engine and had a body shop complete the repairs. Title is clean. I freshened up the engine, reinstalled it and then had the car painted. The car was most recently down at Specialty Z in Chatsworth CA (https://www.specialtyz.com/), where it was looked over and dyno tuned for 91 octane. The car made 326 HP at 13 psi. I requested a conservative tune as I was driving to work on nice days at the time.

As for the bad, there are a few paint chips since the paint job and the AC is un-charged. AC was cold when I got the car but was discharged to repair the core support.

Here is the list of goodies
-Optima battery
-H-Tech springs
-Bilstein shocks
-Powertrix control arms (F and R)
-HICAS delete
-ES subframe and diff bushings
-350z anniversary wheels
-Bridgestone Potenza S-04 pole position tires
-(Front:245/35R18 Rear:255/35R18)
-SZ Clutch and flywheel
-HD clutch fork
-SZ Dyno tune
-BDE Billet Motor mounts
-BDE Half Moons
-BDE Transmission mount
-Water Jacket Delete
-Ramey Z Idler studs
-Z1 downpipes
-Z1 intercoolers
-Genie catback exhaust
-Selin translator with dual pop
-GReddy Profec Electronic Boost Controller


My family is growing and the car just sits in the garage. It's time to let it go. Asking 15k obo.



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3 comments:

  1. These cars have really aged well. If you're looking for a car to flip on that other car auction site for ridiculous money, this could be a pretty good bet.

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  2. I have always loved these cars and miss my '91 TT. Lines still look great after all these years. Props to the owner for the later model 350Z wheels that look particularly good on it, IMO.

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  3. Not sure this is worth that money yet would like to know more on crash damage.

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