Fully-Built Fairlady Z32
Available for: $46,995
The Nissan Fairlady Z32 is an iconic Japanese GT car from the 90s, and when tuned by the right hands, it can become a very capable car that can compete with the likes of the GT-R. This 1990 Z32 is just such a machine leaving no stone unturned when it comes to all the right modifications. Featuring a Jun Auto built engine with increased displacement, a Greddy turbo kit, and a healthy dose of suspension and brake upgrades make this Z one of the most well-rounded Fairlady's stateside. The exterior has been fully disassembled and refinished in Japanese Classics Green, which is the same color we used for our award-winning Datsun Roadster a few years ago( https://www.japaneseclassics.com/inventory/shop-cars/datsun/ ). All of the glass was removed, along with the doors, fenders, hood, and hatch to refinish the car in the beautiful color you see here. We wanted to note that all the available rubber seals were replaced with new parts when reassembling the vehicle. The exterior also features a few upgrades as well including Advan AVS T5 wheels, a Border Racing hood, Border Racing side skirts, and a Border Racing rear lip. Additionally, a Mission front bumper was modified to accept kouki Z32 turn signals. Ganador aero mirrors add to the rare parts list, along with the now discontinued and extremely hard-to-find '99 Spec OEM HID headlights with matching '99 Spec OEM tail lights. The exterior is in excellent condition and save for a very small crack in the front bumper, there's not much to complain about.
Like the exterior, the interior has been tastefully modified as well. Any Z enthusiast will notice right away the classy tan suede dash and center console inserts which compliment the green perfectly and are in great condition. A six-point bolt-in roll cage has also been added to increase rigidity, but it's removable if the new owner doesn't prefer it. Reclinable Recaro "confetti" front seats help keep the front passengers comfortable and secure during spirited driving, and four-point harnesses ensure they stay tightly in the seats. We want to note that this vehicle has had the OEM seatbelts removed and four-point harnesses installed, which will not pass VA state inspection. Front and center a Nismo full-scale gauge cluster replaces the original, and as such, the miles can not be verified and the vehicle is being sold with unknown/not actual miles. A slew of Greddy gauges monitor the engine vitals which are easily viewed in the aftermarket gauge pod atop the dash. The HVAC controls are at hand and function fine, however, the A/C has been fully removed from the engine bay to make room for the new larger turbos. The dash is in great condition with no cracks, while the roll bar passes through it so seamlessly, that you'd think it's OEM. It's uncommon to find such a tidy interior on a car that is as modified as this one. This interior is not only comfortable, but fully intact, and in great condition.
As if all of the above wasn't enough, the engine certainly steals the show. The Jun Auto Mechanic built block was increased in capacity to 3.2 liters over the original 3.0 liters. Trust "H-Beam" rods were used along with Jun oversized pistons, Tomei camshafts, Tomei head gaskets, Tomei cam sprockets, larger throttle bodies, Nismo 555cc injectors, Trust TD05H-18G turbos, Trust Manifolds, Trust wastegates, One Off downpipes, Border FMIC with piping, plus the elusive and extremely rare ABFLUG catback exhaust system. We took the vehicle to Freed Engineering to have them modernize the fuel system and engine management along and dyno tune to be safe on 93 octane pump gas. They installed a Link ECU and tuned it using the 555cc injectors which made 500WHP. The engine can handle plenty more if the new owner wanted to increase the injector size accordingly. The braking system has also been upgraded using massive Brembo F40 calipers up front and R33 GTR Brembo calipers in the rear. The suspension has not been left untouched and features Ohlins coilovers with Cusco upper mounts, ARC front and rear sway bars, Cusco tension rods, and Cusco rear upper control arms. A Cusco L.S.D. and an O.S. Giken twin plate clutch help keep all of the power controlled and firmly planted to the pavement. This extremely well-built and well-rounded Fairlady will give even modern cars a run for their money when it comes to performance. Don't miss this unique example built by some of the most iconic names in Japanese tuning history!
*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.