1984 Nissan Anniversary Edition 300zx Turbo

Price: US $3,000.00 Item location: Frankfort, Kentucky, United States
  • Make: Nissan
  • Model: 300ZX
  • Trim: Anniversary Edition Turbo
  • Year: 1984
  • Mileage: 265,800
  • VIN: JN1CZ14S6EX012871
  • Color: grey
  • Engine size: VG30DET
  • Number of cylinders: 6
  • Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
  • Fuel: Gasoline
  • Transmission: Manual
  • Drive type: RWD
  • Interior color: Black
  • Drive side: Left-hand drive
  • Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag
  • Options: Leather Seats
  • Vehicle Title: Clear
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1984 Nissan 300ZX Anniversary Edition Turbo

1984 Nissan/Datsun 300zx Turbo 50th Anniversary Edition
5 Speed, VG30ET
The car is in need of some love, however it runs and drives very well. All glass is good, motor is strong, clutch just replaced, trans shifts like butter.
The good:
Mechanically sound. The man I bought it from said the motor isn't original to the car, but is the correct motor.
New clutch
Pair of Mercedes e300 heated seats go with it, but aren't installed... Looks like a mouse got to them and ripped them up in the garage though.
Aftermarket radio
TRUE 50TH EDITION. Incredibly rare. You can read about it on xenonzcar under 50thae
New dash, but not installed. The new one is red, the old is black but it can be dyed to be the same color. These dashes usually sell for $400+
Boost gauge
New front bushings, New front control arm and radius arm
Interior is in pretty good shape.
New fender+ front clip
All gauges work on the digital dash
Lots of extra parts
The bad:
The fender and front clip need to be painted to match the rest of the car.
Both "turbo" underside flairs are with the car, but only one is attached, and neither still have turbo lettering.
Powersteering pump is leaking, and only holds fluid for a few days.
Seats in it are not original, but they are a nice cloth.
Horn's stay on all the time with the fuse plugged in. I'm working on fixing this now so I can have the car inspected to get registration
There is a decent sized dent in the passenger door that someone tried to bondo. It will need to be sanded off and fixed.
Passenger mirror housing is busted, but I have a brand new one to replace it with.
Small amounts of rust here and there, but nothing not to be expected on a 33 year old car.
Brakes need bled. I replaced a couple parts and had to remove the caliper and didn't get around to bleeding them.
These cars are incredibly rare and hard to come by in any shape. This car is 1/5148 50th Anniversary's made. Not to mention all that have been lost to a crusher. 1/2901 manual federal models. These cars restored sell for a very pretty penny. I bought it with the intention on restoring it but have lost interest and want to get into another project.Because I was trying to restore, I have a signed TN title from the previous owner, along with a bill of sale. Unfortunately in KY you must have a running driving vehicle to have the title transferred. Because the horn doesn't work I have yet to complete title transfer. New owner will receive the signed undated title from the previous owner, along with a bill of sale from him to me, and a bill of sale from me to you.
The car is located in Frankfort, KY. It will run and drive perfectly fine to get you anywhere you need to go. I can assist delivery.