1984 Datsun 300 series - $9,999.00
1984 Datsun (Nissan) 300ZX
Are you looking for a rust free Japanese car or perhaps this particular one to re-live memories from younger days? The Z31 chassis designation was first introduced in 1983 as a 1984 Nissan/Datsun 300ZX (the hatch lid had both a Datsun and a Nissan badge) in the U.S. market. The 300ZX, as its predecessors, was known as a Nissan in other parts of the world. This continued in the U.S. until the 1985 model year when Nissan standardized their brand name worldwide and dropped the Datsun badge. Designed by Kazumasu Takagi and his team of developers, the 300ZX improved aerodynamics and increased power when compared to its predecessor, the 280ZX. This California car is rust-free and ready to cruise in the sunshine with the t-tops off!
This car is powered by a DOHC, 4 Valve/Cylinder, 2960cc V-6 engine pulling 180 horsepower down through the 5-speed manual transmission and 4.80.1 rear-end. It has been meticulously maintained over its low 128,000 miles and the only upgrade is the cool air system you can see in the pictures improving performance.
The exterior is completely rust-free, as is the undercarriage, and the car has a recent paint job in its original Blue Metallic paint. All of the bright work is in excellent condition as is all the glass, including the t-tops, which seal perfectly (no leaking). It is sitting on 15 inch Kudo Racing wheels and brand new Definity High Performance tires.
The gray cloth interior is also in great condition with just a small crack on the passenger side of the console that has been repaired. The seats, dash and carpet have no flaws and look great. The “Z” is outfitted with a full set of working gauges and a great sounding Kenwood AM/FM/CD stereo system.
You will be hard pressed to find as nice of an example of a 1984 300ZX than this original California car.
Priced right to move at $9,999.00!
This car is being represented for a collector in Seattle, Washington area.
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