Nissan’s iconic Fairlady Z has stood the test of time with the instantly recognizable Z32. We just got in this awesome 1990 example with 67K miles and some tasteful upgrades. From the outside it has been kept mostly stock showing off the styling that Nissan had in mind. A factory twin turbo wing was added to the rear hatch for a more aggressive look. Finished in Diamond Black Pearl (732) really makes this car a head turner. The paint has been kept up very well with no severe blemishes. The rear factory mud guards were removed at some point which has left some markings to the underside of the bumper. We have since clean it up with some touch up paint but could easily be replaced with a new set. The body itself has been well maintained with no severe blemishes. It does have some door dings from routine driving but no paint chips or dramatic issues. The wheels have been swapped out in favor of a great looking set of 17″ Rays VRX-10.
The interior of this coupe has been kept to much of the same standard as the exterior. The steering wheel has been replaced with a Sport JDM racing style wheel which feels right at home in the driver centric cockpit. This particular Z has the hard to find leather seat option. The driver seat does have some bolster wear from getting in and out over time and there is a bit of seam separation at the base. The passenger seat is in great condition with minimal signs of wear. The rest of the interior is in great shape and functioning as it should; power windows, power mirror, even the power seats. The Z’s have an interesting setup for the automatic climate control that is operating properly with cold A/C. This one even has the hard to find original floral print floor mats! The iconic T-Tops look great and still have the factory sun shades for them.
Under the aluminum hood is the three liter VG30DE. Mated up to the proper 5 speed manual makes this one blast of a daily driver. The V6 fires right up and sounds great through the Fujitsubo exhaust. The motor is torquey making it great around town and plenty capable on the highway. The transmission shifts with ease and the clutch engagement is very positive. The engine bay has been kept stock but the suspension has been upgraded with a set of Bilstein shocks. Based on the ride height it may have been lowered slightly. Overall this would make for an excellent daily or nice weather cruiser. With the T-Tops removed and the windows down it’s a hard to beat feeling!