This 1984 Nissan 300ZX is a one-owner classic. And not only did it get quality care, but it also has a quality look with a sophisticated color combo, loaded luxury A/C interior, and a strong-running fuel-injected heart.
This example loves to be the speedy sophisticate, and the correct Purple Gray paint sets the tone correctly. It has a subtler style than a blazing red car, and instead it has a sturdy sleekness like you'd get in a modern gunmetal color. There's a quality overall impression that comes from a one-owner car that has averaged only about 2,200 miles annually. You see it in the way the panels fit so well and the 15-inch factory wheels radiate in the sunlight. And there are the right little details, like the way the pop-up headlights rest flush, nice full-length pinstripes, and the way the badging looks crisp and clean. Also, speaking of badging, the rear reminds you that this is a very special model. 1984 was both the debut year of the 300ZX, and the Datsun and Nissan dual badges on the rear are a reminder that this was the officially the first Nissan-branded sports car in the USA.
The Z-car has gained a big following over its first 15 years, and this new car offered a new level of premium for a select few. And you can tell this is one of the loaded cars the moment you spot the two-tone blue interior. This detailed style is especially nice when you can find a well-respected one-owner example. There are more terrific factory features like power windows, power mirrors, power locks, power steering, and a premium AM/FM/cassette stereo w/equalizer. Of course, don't think we forgot about the T-tops! These are like magnets constantly attracting you to take out the glass , and then go for a wind-in-your-hair drive. Plus, thanks to cold-blowing factory air conditioning, it's easy to cruise with the roof out even on a hot summer's day. This Z-car speaks to your enthusiast heart with a bucket seat that power adjusts to your ideal driving position. And the dual-spoke steering wheel on a tilt column gives you a clear view to that digital dash that's pure 1980s cool.
Under the hood is the correct 3.0-liter fuel-injected V6. It embodies the best you expect from a Japanese sports car with an engine that fires up readily, idles nicely, and shifts smoothly. The proper care of the whole car is especially felt in the excellent feeling this one gives you on the road. The fully independent sports suspension and four-wheel power disc brakes are all about a sharp-handling machine. This was built to be a great all-around sports car. And features like cruise control and the four-speed automatic transmission w/overdrive also make it ideal for a grand tour.
Complete with owner's manual, this is the preserved and premium classic from a benchmark year. So if you looking for a good Nissan, you know this is a great example. Call today!!!