1992 Nissan Fairlady Z32
Stock Number: 4562
Nissan's 90's product offerings were diverse and exciting. As the brand's halo car, and best performing vehicle, the Fairlady Z still looks and drives well even by today's standards. Boasting a manual transmission, twin-turbo powerplant, and T-tops, this 1992 comes in with a mere 67K verified miles. Finished in a classic Gun Gray Metallic (KH2), the body is in good shape other than a few minor scuffs, dings, and chips associated with normal use. The timeless proportions of this Grand Tourer have aged gracefully and the mechanically are as stout and overbuilt as anything Nissan ever produced. Highly collectible, this Fairlady would make an incredible daily driver or weekend toy, with clean examples getting tougher to find by the day.
The interior is full of power equipment and functional features. The Nissan designers fashioned a cockpit inspired theme with all the controls being angled towards the driver. The low slung dash is in good shape and lacks any distortion or cracks which can be an issue with these. Power-folding mirrors, electric windows, and locks are standard equipment and work as they should. The gauges all work, including the infamous oil pressure gauge, and the digital climate control and display work properly. Best of all the A/C blows cold, and it even still has the T-top covers to help reduce the sun's rays from beating down on you on particularly hot days. The gray cloth seats are comfortable and soft to the touch with the carpets and door cards in equally good nick. A NavaN shifter is the only cockpit upgrade, as the working OEM audio has remained original. The glovebox is handy for additional storage, and the owner's manuals are located inside and are included in the sale of the vehicle. As a whole, the overall condition is above average inside, and although there is some driver's side bolster wear and cracked section of the instrument surround, its really just nitpicking of a car of this age.
Nissan's 3.0L VG30DETT powers this 2+2, and sends nearly 300 ponies to the rear wheels. The five-speed manual shifts as it should and the Fairlady rows through the gears without a hitch or grind. The compact V6 gets a fresh oil and filter service as well as a set of new air filters for better breathing and improved fuel economy. The Z is particularly good at higher speeds, with top-notch aerodynamics and plenty of power. The longer-wheelbase makes it great for long trips and new rear struts have been installed to improve the ride quality. The brakes are more than powerful enough to slow down this GT to manageable speeds, and the power steering is linear and connected. The factory alloy wheels are all wrapped in new all-season rubber so that this Fairlady can be driven year-round.
*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB complaint first. CARB certifications will have to be performed within the state. Depending on the vehicle and any existing modifications will affect the pricing. Typically CARB compliance will range between 5-10K. Additional information can be found on the California Air Resources Board website.