1989 nissan 300zx, 50th anniversary, coupe, rear wheel dive, datsun 300zx

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Technical specifications

Manufacturer:Nissan
Model:300ZX
Year:1984
Type:Coupe
Mileage:105993
Transmission:Manual
Number of Cylinders:6
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This piece of history is still running strong and needs a good home. It's been in the family for over 20 years and still starts and the turn of a key and drives like a dream. The car has some minor rust and wear and tear but drives like it's less than 5 years old. Recently some vandals spray painted the drivers side of the car but this classic doesn't care it still looks good after a good waxing. Serious buyers can text me directly to talk price. It only has the original 105,933 miles and is ready to be driven away today.
Here's some history:
The 1984 Nissan 300ZX Turbo 50th Anniversary Edition celebrated the five-decade anniversary of Nissan's founding in December 1933. Only 5,148 of these cars were manufactured for the U.S. market; an additional 300 were built for Canada.
The 1984 300ZX Turbo came equipped with a 3.0-liter V-6 that produced 200 hp and 227 lb-ft of torque. The transmission was either 5-speed manual or 4-speed automatic. Inside the cabin, drivers were treated to peak '80s design and technologies considered advanced for the time, such as steering wheel audio controls, digital readouts and electronically controlled sport suspension.
The 300ZX 50th Anniversary Edition's features included: "Nissan 50th Anniversary" commemorative badging, unique front fenders and rear fender flairs, and turbine-style alloy wheels with gold accents on the fins. In the cabin, unique touches included embroidered badging on the leather seats and floor mats, a futuristic digital instrument cluster with a dominant multi-LED sweeping tachometer, speed display and G-force indicator, and a Bodysonic Amplifier with adjustable intensity that added rumble to the front seats based on the sound profile of the music being played from the head unit.
The year 1984 marked not only a milestone for Nissan's history as a carmaker; it also marked the Z as the best-selling sports car in America.

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