1995 Fairlady Z32 2+2
Nissan's 300ZX was one of the defining sports coupes to come out of Japan in the 1990s. Packed to the brim with Japanese "Bubble Market" engineering and a highly capable twin-turbo V6 powerplant, these sleek Z's were true head turners featuring high performance and cutting-edge tech for the period. Our 1995 Fairlady Z 2+2 "Version S" is an example that has truly stood the test of time, and is offered with a scant 39k verified and documented miles on the clock! Originally finished in Nissan's Sapphire Blue Metallic (TK3), this one underwent a full color change in Japan to a one-off Midnight Purple. The body is tastefully modified with an FRP front bumper creating a more aggressive fascia. A set of staggered 17" Work VS-XX alloys and a set of aftermarket coilovers aid in dialing in the fitment in the front and rear, and this Nissan turns plenty of heads! Most importantly, this trick coupe is fresh off a recent service by our trained technicians, and is a turnkey Japanese Classic ready for the road, track, or even your local Cars and Coffee parking lot!
The interior is well kept, and clearly a testament to the previous owner's care of this timeless, 25 year old cockpit. The blue cloth upholstery shows well on the seats, and manual seat adjustment keeps things simple and lightweight compared to the finicky power buckets usually seen on these Z32's. The materials show well, from the headliner to the door cards, with no major defects to note aside from some peeling on the MOMO steering wheel. The broad dash maintains a low profile and has fortunately resisted any unwanted cracks, peeling, or sun damage over the years. For those looking to utilize this Fairlady for daily duty, the center stack hosts a Pioneer audio upgrade, fully functional and ready to play your favorite tunes throughout the cabin. The climate control unit is designed from the factory to be easily accessible by the driver. Affixed to the left of the steering column, the manual controls are easy to operate and cold A/C and hot heat are on the ready for those who live in more temperamental climates. Power windows, power locks, and even power folding mirrors are all fully functional and work at the push of a button, and factory T tops can detach to allow for a more open-air driving experience. The rear seats on this 2+2 offer a bit of additional space for groceries or small children, but overall this Z really shines as a driver's car.
Under the bonnet, Nissan's VG30DETT has built up quite the reputation as a silent assassin on the road and track. This twin turbo V6 rivals the GTR and Supra in horsepower and it's equally as fun to drive! She fires up promptly, thanks to a new 12v battery which was also installed to properly test the alternator. The exhaust note is throatier than stock thanks to a Zee's catback that works to free up a few ponies. Idling is smooth and new valve cover gaskets and a fresh oil and filter service work in tandem to keep this one topped up on lubricant. A new fuel pump and filter ensure you won't run into pesky classic car related fueling issues anytime soon, and this beast catapults to highway speeds without hesitation. Shifts are smooth and direct through the 5 speed manual gearbox, and we've even replaced the shifter bushings to eliminate any unwanted slop in the driveline. The Tomei knob feels perfect in the palm of your left hand! Power is hammered down to the rear wheels without issue, and the suspension is tuned well for performance driving while getting the job done from day to day if need be. Lastly, 4 new tires were mounted and balanced on all four corners, eliminating any unwanted road noise and delivering plenty of grip throughout all four seasons.
*California Residents: In order to register a Grey Market vehicle in the state of California then it will have to be made CARB compliant 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.