1993 Nissan 300ZX Twin Turbo Coupe 2-Door 3.0L

1993 Nissan 300ZX

Condition: Used
Make: Nissan
Model: 300ZX
Type: Coupe
Trim: Turbo Coupe 2-Door
Year: 1993
Mileage: 60,928
VIN: JN1CZ24H2PX536578
Color: Red
Fuel: Gasoline
Transmission: Manual
Drive type: RWD
Interior color: Gray
Safety: Anti-Lock Brakes, Driver Airbag
Vehicle Title: Clear
Item location: Fort Collins, Colorado, United States
Air Conditioning, Cruise Control, Power Locks, Power Windows, Power Seats
T-Tops, CD Player

Description for Nissan 300ZX 1993

For sale is a 1993 Nissan 300zx Twin Turbo with 60,928 original miles on it that was turned into a show car by the previous owner. The pictures will tell the story, ut I'll try to answer any other questions if I don't list in detail here. Just note, ome following of wires will have to be done for 3 switches that were placed in the car. I found blinker lights in the head lights, he electrician that got the stereo up and running found lights under the subs to the left and right side. I figure those must be 2 of the switches already. So pretty much, he stuff is already installed, ust need to fill in the gaps of the circuits with fuses and such. There is a screen on each door that I have currently working just fine. The top stereo has a screen that comes out and accepts DVDs for the side screens. I found video cables behind the seats, hich I believe will go to the screens as well. So, ou could hook up different video device inputs. Wheels are 19 inches and come with Gorilla wheel locks.
Everything installed since 60,000 miles at the Nissan dealer:60k mile service to include a new water pump. Also the colder spark plugs listed in the manual were used (PFR6B-11B), hich seems to have made the car run a little funky when accelerating along with this high altitude when engine is cold. I only planned to mostly drive during the summer, hich is why I used them instead. So during the winter, just warm up the car first and its fine. During the summer I just wait a minute or so. This car thrives in the 90°F heat. If you're going to drive even during the winter, aybe just use the stock plugs. I went for performance in this case.
Not 60k service related:During the 60k service, hey found oil leak at the crank and rear main seal. They said they put a speedy sleeve for the crank leak, ut still can leak. The mechanic said I would possible need to put a quart after a few months. I checked after 7 months and it took 1/6th of a quart, o honestly nothing to worry of. Only time I ever notice the leak is if I'm pushing the car hard in he high rpms, hich when I'm done driving the oil will just touch a hot spot and make little smoke. Again, xtremely minor and nothing to worry of, hough I've only witnessed the smoke in the winter and haven't so far this summer.Throttle switch, ower transistor, hermostat, eplaced all injectors with the ones that were changed on 95+ models which are more resistant to the chemicals in gas (Ordered from Z1 motorsports 370cc), new tires (rear about 100 miles and about 4 miles on front)
As shown in the pictures, 've taken off the rear bumper and side skirts back in march. They were screwed on to the original rear bumper and side skirts, o its easy to put back on if you wish to keep them. I feel they preserved the original quite well and look better with the stock look. But, t's your choice to keep them or not, ust let me know once the car is bought.
As for performance, he boost controller allows the turbos to run up to 14.7 psi, as cold air intake, nd the dealer has told me the full exhaust system is not stock.I would say this is near the 400 hp mark based on the websites that are dedicated to this car and what basic mods are needed to obtain such numbers.
Again, ust ask if you have any questions. I don't see much time put into this to make it into car show mode again. This car has gotten nothing but praise from the die hard american Mustang owners to the fellow imports. And I have no idea why, ut women seem obsessed with the lambo doors as they flock to the car like birds.