1992 Z32 Nissan 300zx N/a Slicktop Coupe 5spd 68k. on 2040-cars
Mogadore, Ohio, United States
Here is a video of the car starting and running. It's about 50 degrees out and this is a cold start, first start in about 2 weeks since I took it out if storage.
Here is a link for all the photos I have of the car. Just copy and paste if you cant click it.
I have nowhere to store the car this winter. I am looking to sell the car or possibly trade it. I am interested in bikes also because they dont take up much space. Car currently needs 1 fuel injector replaced. Easy cheap job, still runs and drives, just has a miss on that cylinder, I currently have that injector unplugged. I don't have the time or extra space with winter almost here. I need the storage space for my 2 show trucks. She needs to go unfortunately. Bring on cash or possibly trade and take her home.
She is a 1992 300zx z32 with 67k on it. This car has never been beat on or messed with or riced out. Adult owned as well. The only additions to the car are softer stickier rear tires and an aftermarket CD player. Otherwise just like they rolled off of the Nissan floor. Car is in great shape with no rust and only one bad scratch/ding on the passenger door that isn't terrible. The rest of the car is great. Interior is pretty much mint as well. Runs and drives great. Keep in mind this is not a brand new car but a 21 year old car with minimal wear and and mileage. Its considered a classic and a collectors item. This car still books out at 7200 on nada in average shape with average miles. This one is in great shape with low low miles and over 10k in excellent shape. I am open to cash offers and trade offers as well. All trades looked at but nothing stupid. I am most interested in bagged lifted or boosted rides. I don't want any projects or anything that needs anything and isn't ready to drive now. I cannot travel either. Car is no longer plated or insured other than storage insurance, so car has to be viewed and picked up here in Akron, Ohio. Thanks for looking. Any questions or offers just hit me up.
Car is also listed on several other sites and locally so I reserve the right to cancel the auction at any time in the event of a sale elsewhere.
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