1990 Nissan 300ZX

    Photographed in August 2018 at Gosford Classic Cars, NSW, Australia

    1y ago


    Considered by many to be the best looking car Nissan ever made in this 2nd-generation configuration, the 300ZX was sold in Japan as the Fairlady Z, and as a 300ZX elsewhere.

    Officially named the Z32, these cars came with a 2,960cc in-line 6-cylinder engine which produced 222hp. However! a twin-turbocharged version was available which made 300hp for a (speed-limited) top end of 155mph, as per other Japanese cars of the era under the "Gentlemens agreement".

    During 1990, the Z-series cars hit sales of 1 million in the U.S., making it the best-selling sports car of the day.

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    Comments (4)

    • Headlights got used on the Lamborghini Diablo when it was taken over by megatech in Malaysia I believe. Got used For the facelift model

        1 year ago
      • I had heard mention of the headlights, but not about the Malaysian factor - Thanks Davyn!

          1 year ago
    • I remember having one exactly like this. 2+2 model. No turbo but the V6 was still a nice torquey engine. Pulled well in most gears. Cramped interior for the size of the car tho. Nice pics. Nice spot. Nice late model too

        1 year ago


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