I recently found this car for sale in the parking lot of the mall near my house, from first glance it looked like a sharp car, it seems in good condition but no price on it is it a good car and how much would you think it'd go for (canadian)
Well there's a car like that near me (except its 88' and they want about $1200-1500 for it (needs some body work and tires). Do you know approximate mileage, interior shape (also leather or not), standard or auto?
no, but i will get back to you with the details probably tomorrow when i go for a closer look i just did a little drive by
Alright, well the value may change alittle depending on what type it is (2 door coupe, 2+2 coupe, or turbo).
Are they 300 horse also?
No. Non turbo models have 165, turbo models have 205.
i thought the TT made 300? and stock made like 190?
The car has a spot of surface rust near by the rear window wheel wells are fine, 255,000 kms dont know about trubo though
Does the car have only two front seats or does it also have rear seats in it? Also, do you know if it's standard or automatic?
No, i went to see at night the best lighting i had was the headlights of my cousins civic, goddamn burger king got me working all day and it gets dark at like 5 30
The 2nd gen 300ZX's make 222 and 300.
whend the gens switch? early or mid 90's?
1990 was the first year of the "2nd gen" 300ZX. Heres all the info about
them you would ever need to know
The first generation 300ZX's (Z31) are nice and I wouldn't mind owning one myself. Do they usually need a lot of work, or are they mostly taken car of pretty well?
As with most sports cars they were probably quite abused, and because of their age and rarity expensive to fix and hard to find parts for. If you have the budget for it, I'd say get one. Otherwise I'd find something cheaper to repair.