This low-mileage 1990 Nissan 300ZX 2+2 needs a new home but it won’t be cheap – though, not much of a surprise there.
Currently located in Lakeland, Florida, the striking pearl white 300ZX is being sold with all of its records and a clean Carfax report. Making it particularly desirable is the fact that it has a mere 7,217 miles (11,614 km) on the clock.
Powering the Japanese icon is a 3.0-liter naturally-aspirated V6 engine that is paired with a four-speed automatic transmission driving the rear wheels. This particular example is painted in a rare shade of Glacier White Pearl Glow and has obviously been well maintained. Further adding to the car’s appeal is its T-Top roof.
Inside, the car, which is the longer and slightly heavier 2+2 variant (178.0 in or 4,520 mm versus the 2-seater’s 169.5 in or 4,305 mm body), is clad in tan-colored leather that shows virtually no signs of wear with not even any cracks or creases in the seats.
All of the black plastics have been taken care of, so much so that the car looks virtually brand new from the cabin. Found in the trunk is brown vinyl and carpeting. The eBay listing notes the car includes power heated mirrors, a power driver’s seat, power windows, power locks, and a Bose AM/FM Cassette player. It also has bronze-tinted glass.
Although twin-turbo variants of the Z32-generation 300ZX are particularly desirable, naturally-aspirated models like this one still have a loyal fan base. They pump out a respectable 222 hp at 6,400 rpm and 198 lb-ft (268 Nm) of torque at 4,800 rpm. It’s hard to find used 300ZX that haven’t been driven hard and abused over the decades, making this example quite the gem.