91' Nissan 300ZX Twin-Turbo 5sp-manual Pearl-White

1991 Nissan 300ZX

Technical specifications of Nissan 300ZX 1991

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: Englewood, Colorado, United States
Make: Nissan
Model: 300ZX
Type: Coupe
Trim: Turbo Coupe 2-Door
Year: 1991
Mileage: 106,154
VIN: JN1CZ24H4MX503481
Color: White
Power options: Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Windows, Power Seats
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Black
Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag
Options: Leather Seats, CD Player, T-Tops
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

Up for sale is my 1991 Nissan 300ZX Twin-Turbo. I've really enjoyed driving this car, nd it never fails to put a smile on my face when driving it. However, 've decided I want to move on to something a little lighter and I've come to the hard decision to sell it. When I originally purchased the car it had a number of issues including: a poor idle, otting rubber tubes and a quickly degrading wiring harness. Since then, ton of components have been replaced with new parts.

The car drives really well (much better than when I purchased it), t idles nicely at 800 rpm when warmed up and really pulls hard. This is a very fast car. The majority of work I've had done on the car has been replacing old components and parts and replacing other parts with better aftermarket parts. The car is tastefully modded, nd while quite fast is easily drivable to work or in traffic. Only name-brand parts have been put in this car and I haven't put any eBay garbage in the car. No expense has been spared. All parts in the car should have around 5,000 miles on them and are practically new.

The following is a list of aftermarket parts put into the car:

  • JWT Pop-Chargers x2

  • Selin Dual-MAF Translator and Elbow Kit

  • AshSpec Massives Intercoolers

  • AshSpec 2.5" Intercooler Piping

  • NISMO/Tomei 740cc Fuel Injectors

  • SpecialtyZ ECU Tune

  • Greddy Profec EBC @ 14psi

  • MSP Exhaust Manifolds

  • SpecialtyZ 3" Downpipes

  • SpecialtyZ 3" High-Flow Cats

  • SpecialtyZ 3" Cat-Back

  • SpecialtyZ Sport Street Clutch

My goal in modifying the car was to have a Z that performed better than the original, hile still staying true to the spirit and feeling of the original car. Anyone who knows these cars will know that I have high-quality parts in the car, nd have a ton of money invested in parts alone (not to mention labor). With upgraded cams and turbos this should easily be a 500+ whp car on pump-gas. This is the perfect Z for someone wanting to upgrade turbos, ince everything has already been done to support larger turbos.

About 2,000 miles ago the alternator died and I had a number of items replaced, ncluding the timing-belt and wiring-harness to name a few. Below is a list of new parts in the car:

  • Alternator

  • Transmission Harness

  • Detonation Sensor

  • Late-Style Wiring Harness

  • Upper Plenum Gasket

  • PCV Hoses and Valves

  • Fuel-Filter

  • Fuel-Rail Insulators

  • Engine-Bay Fuel Lines

  • Clutch-Booster Hose

  • Brake-Booster Hose

  • Upper-Radiator Hose

  • Spark-Plugs

  • Steering Rack Bushings

  • Turbo Coolant Hoses

  • Power Steering Hoses

  • Idle-Air Hoses

  • VTC Solenoid Caps

  • Rear Main Seal

  • Timing Belt

  • Cam and Crank Seals

  • Idler Bearings

  • Tensioner

  • VTC Springs

  • Water Pump

  • Thermostat

There's probably a number of other things that have been replaced, ut that's all I can think of right now. As can be seen a lot of parts have been replaced that would have needed to be done by the next owner.

The car has a few issues, hat will probably need to be addressed by the next owner, 'm trying to be honest here and avoid any surprises for the next owner:

  • Exterior wear and tear typical of a 25+ year old car. Some exterior rubber is cracking and could be replaced, ut it's not too bad.

  • Air-conditioning blows cold, ut makes a loud noise when running it. I usually drive with the windows open, o no big deal.

  • Windshield wiper fluid sprayers do not work, he lines are rotted. Since I never drive the car in the rain/snow, never got them fixed.

  • The car burns oil, nd some visible smoke can be seen under heavy throttle. This will need to be addressed. The issue is likely a turbo that is beginning to fail. This is a good car for someone planning to upgrade turbos, ince all supporting mods for larger turbos are in place, 've already done 80% of the work for you.

Mileage: 106,154. This will probably go up a little as I do drive the car from time to time.

Asking: $11,750

Please don't waste my time with low-ball offers, o joy-rides, tc. I'm very busy and I don't have time to waste with non-serious buyers. I don't have to sell this car. My price seems fair given the amount of money I have in the car, nd the amount of new parts and quality modifications. I'm serious about selling and will provide answers to whatever questions potential buyers have. Thanks for looking.

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