1993 Nissan 300ZX Rare Slick Top Coupe Survivor 19K Miles #1 Cond One Owner

1993 Nissan 300ZX Survivor Slick Top Coupe Rare

Technical specifications of Nissan 300ZX 1993

Price: -
Condition: Used
Item location: San Clemente, California, United States
Make: Nissan
Model: 300ZX
Type: Coupe
Trim: Survivor Slick Top Coupe Rare
Year: 1993
Mileage: 19868
VIN: JN1RZ24H9PX536068
Color: Black
Engine size: 3.0L V6 - 222 HP
Number of cylinders: 6
Power options: Air Conditioning, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Mirrors, Alarm System / Remote Alarm
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: 5 Speed Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Drive side: Left-hand drive
Safety options: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag, Passenger Airbag
Options: Cassette Player, CD Player
Vehicle Title: Clear
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Car description

1993 Nissan 300ZX Rare Slick Top Coupe

100% Original Paint Survivor

19800 Miles

VIN # JN1RZ24H9PX536068

One Owner

Southern CA Always

Purchased New at Barwick Nissan in San Juan Capistrano, CA


Dark Gun Metal Gray Interior

Original Stock Chrome Wheels

Original Tires from Factory

No Accidents

Garaged and Covered since day one

Never Driven in Rain

Original 1993 Window Tint

Mobil One Synthetic Oil every 3000 Miles

3.0L V6 - 222 HP

5-Speed Manual Transmission

Rear Wheel Drive

Four Piston Aluminum Calipers


Power Steering

Power Disc ABS Brakes

Power Mirrors

Power Door Locks

Bose AM/FM Factory Tuner w Cassette

Alpine 6 CD Player

Alpine Alarm System w/ Key-fob Remote

Driver & Passenger Airbags

Factory Owners Manual and Maintenance Booklet

Alpine Stereo Books and Alarm Info Booklet

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Start-Up Video:



I am helping a good friend sell this gorgeous example Z32 from 1993. Just as a matter of reference, I have been judging automobiles at all types of show levels for over 25 years, including concour level. I also have extensive experience in restoration of many marques. I am extremely picky and probably grade more on the lower side when evaluating vehicles. I would consider a #1 car to be a full show car and I would call out a #1+ to be a concour level car. If I call out a category level from 1-10, a ten would be concour as well. This car is surely at the highest end collector level condition. It is clearly a #1 on the show level scale and on the survivor level it is a 1+. This has to be one of the cleanest, most original 300ZX’s I have ever been around from this era.

This would be the kind of car that the President of the Nissan Z Club of America might have in his collection. It is simply as good as it gets.

My expertise in “survivor" or “preservation” forensics is called upon at most of the car shows I judge, as that category has come of age and I have been enamored with survivor cars throughout my life. My collection of 12 cars has six that are pure survivors and they are without a doubt my favorite.

Because I have always been interested in original condition cars I have made a science in my study of them. In my estimation this car is 100% original in all materials including the tires on this car. I am not a marque expert on Nissan, so if I am wrong and it is pointed out I will gladly post in the questions asked area below this text as it occurs.


I can find no evidence anywhere on the body of ever having been repainted anywhere. This is truly a spectacular original paint car. The body is impeccable with the exception of a couple of very very minor dings that have not been removed, but would be extremely easy to make disappear. Most people would probably never see them, but my eye is extremely critical and will pick up the slightest flaw. I could have them done by my guy before the car is shipped if the buyer so instructs, otherwise it will be up to the new owner to decide if they warrant removal.

Because the car has literally never “lived” outside in any form except for driving, the paint still retains its factory original finish. This car was NEVER a daily driver that sat out in a parking lot all day. This car was purchased as a weekend fun car to be used sparingly and hopefully to become a future collectable. The one owner is meticulous in his care of the automobile and has kept it in his garage with a car cover over it from day one. He states the car has never once been driven in the rain (well it never rains in Southern CA… there is a song about it!!!). He has always hand washed the car and kept a high-end wax applied to the finish. It has recently been detailed for the sale and shows like a mirror. I got a few spots of water on it when I was moving it around the day I shot the video and you might see some spots on the driver side quarter panel. I can assure you those are not marks on the car. I didn’t realize it until I was looking at the video on a big screen monitor last night and I do not want to reshoot the video.


The interior is a thick and durable cloth type material that is in exceptional condition. There is virtually no wear anywhere on the interior. The seats, the door panels, the dash, headliner and carpet are all in factory new condition. There are no rips or tears and it has never been smoked in and has no odors. The dash is is not faded or cracked and is literally brand new. All gauges and interior lights work.


Having spent every minute of its life in Southern CA dry climate and having never been driven in rain, the undercarriage is factory original shape. There are no signs of rust or repair anywhere to be found. Many of the factory stencil marks is still intact on the nuts and bolts, make sure you check out the pictures. The original “Nissan” logo-ed mufflers are still intact. Note the tire tread remaining on the original Michelin Sport XGT V rated tires. There is zero cracking to the outer tire walls. Amazing to say the least. Again, there is no extreme temperature variations in Souther California, the rubber can easily retain its elasticity for decades. If I were going to drive the car a lot, I would likely replace these tires sometime in the near future.


This car has been maintained by the owner and he has always changed the oil every 3000 miles with Mobil 1 Synthetic Motor Oil.

In 1993, power was provided by a version of Nissan’s fine 60-degree 3.0-liter V6. The engine sports twin cams, 24 valves, pent roof combustion chambers with centrally located spark plugs, electronic fuel injection, variable intake-valve-timing system for improved performance throughout the rev band. Horsepower is at 222. Mated to a five-speed manual, these Z’s get up and roll nicely. I love the motors in these cars… they are nearly perfectly balanced and reliable like only a fully Japanese built motor can be. These are some of the most impressive drivetrains ever built in my estimation. The 90’s Nissan & Toyota motors were nearly bullet-proof.

The car drives flawlessly. The motor runs like a sewing machine (watch the start up video), idles smooth and accelerates with authority. The car brakes strong and straight. The car beelines down the road like a plumb line with hands off the wheel at 80 miles per hour. There is not a single rattle or creak in the chassis. The fuel injected motor starts right up with the turn of the key.

Mechanically this car needs nothing.

The Z’s Carfax is attached and will no show no accidents. The report shows two owners but this is not the case, it was simply an update to the title during a move within CA that caused the misnomer. Emissions test every couple of years clearly certify this low mileage example.

These Japanese sports cars from the 90’s are outstanding collector vehicles, especially for those that actually want to drive a car from the past. These Z’s are on the rise and one in this condition with exceptionally low miles is getting more difficult to come across. Black is one of the best colors on the Z32 body configuration in my humble opinion.

If you have been looking for the right collector Z to drive or to take to Nissan Car Shows, this may just be the nicest original example you will ever find. If you happen to be a survivor car freak like me, I can attest that you have literally found the holy grail.

This car is literally an historical document. The survivor condition tells a story of its construction, ownership and care.

“Z” for millions of people around the world, just a letter in the alphabet. For some, however, it is the alphabetical code for a phenomenon that defies technical description. To put it another way: for them, it is the legend of the Nissan Z cars.

If you are in Southern CA, feel free to call and set up an appointment to see and drive this car in person.

Should you have any questions about this car, feel free to call me, Frank at 949-310-6262. The owner’s number is available as well upon request.

We are running this car as a NO RESERVE Auction, but will certainly entertain offers from serious buyers. We encourage real buyers to pick up the phone and call if they wish to own this car. If this car suddenly turned off from the auction, you will know why.


The car is for sale locally and we reserve the right to cancel this auction at any time before the end of the auction. We do not have a Buy It Now Price listed.

The car will be made available for inspection by serious bidders throughout the auction. Please e-mail us if you would like to see the car. If you prefer, we can arrange to have a qualified, independent, professional mechanic perform a pre-purchase inspection for you (at your expense). It is the buyers responsibility to verifythat all of the sellers information and claims about the car are true and correct prior to the sale of the vehicle.

Winning bidder must contact us within 24 hours of auction end, and make arrangements for payment at that time. A $1000.00deposit is due within 48 hours of end of auction. The deposit can be made by PayPal, cash (please do not mail cash!), bank check, cashier's check, or bank transfer (preferred). The remainder is due within 7d days of Auction end. The remaining balance must be made in the form of a bank transfer (preferred) Cashier'scheck, or bank check (all forms of payment subject to verification). If no contact is made within 24 hours we reserve the right to re-list the vehicle, sell it to the next high bidder, or sell it otherwise. Please arrange financing prior to bidding. Once the final balance has been paid, title transfer paperwork will be initiated.
Buyer is responsible for pickup or shipping of this vehicle. If you wish to have it shipped using a service, we will gladly cooperate, you can locate shippers by doing a search for “auto shippers”. We have relationships with both domestic and international shippers should you need some assistance.

This vehicle is being sold as is, where is with no warranty, expressed written or implied. The seller shall not be responsible for the correct description, authenticity, genuineness, or defects herein, and makes no warranty in connection therewith. No allowance or set aside will be made on account of any incorrectness, imperfection, defect or damage. Any descriptions or representations are for identification purposes only and are not to be construed as a warranty of any type. It is the responsibility of the buyer to have thoroughly inspected the vehicle and to have satisfied himself or herself as to the condition and value and to purchase based upon that judgment solely. The seller shall and will make every reasonable effort to disclose any known defects associated with this vehicle at the buyer's request prior to the close of sale. Seller assumes no responsibility for any repairs regardless of any oral statements about the vehicle. Please Check My Feedback- I value my 100% positive rating, and will do my best to keep it.

The winning bidder should have the car insured from the time the final payment is made to us. Once final payment is made, we will exercise a generally accepted standard of care, but the buyer assumes all liability and risk once the final payment is made.
Before delivery of the vehicle, the winning bidder must provide a photocopy of a valid driver’s license. Delivery is defined as the time at which physical possession of the car is transferred from us, the seller, to the buyer or the buyers’ agent or chosen transport company.
If you are not sure about something, Please ASK. Do not assume anything not listed is included. We reserve the right to cancel bids for excessive negative feedback. We reserve the right to end the listing if the vehicle is no longer available for sale.

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