85 Nissan 300ZX

85 Nissan 300ZX Owned/submitted by:
Jim Deleo

From:
Bolton, Ontario, Canada

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Specifications:
  • Engine Unknown.
  • 5 Speed 214,000 km.
More Specs:

Always winter stored.
Try not to drive it in the rain.

History:


Many years ago, driving buy a small town I saw the car with no plates and an inch of dust on it. Knocked on the door and half an hour latter I was driving the car home.

Additional Facts:

1985 Nissan 300ZX – The 300ZX (also called Fairlady Z in Okazaki, a Japanese city) is a sports car that was produced by Nissan. It includes 2 generations (the third and fourth) of the Z car line, with chassis designations respectively Z31 and Z32.

The name 300ZX followed a numerical convention which began with the 240Z, originated by Yutaka Katayama, one of the presidents of Nissan Motors in the US. The “X” designation was added signifying “luxury”. The 300ZX name was used in the majority of markets with some exceptions which included the Japanese home market. In Japan, just like previous Z cars and trucks, it was named “Fairlady Z”. The best seller of the 300ZX’s was the Z31, with more than 100,000 sales over the Z32.

The Z31 as well as the Z32 featured a 3.1 litre, V6 naturally aspirated and with single (the Z31) or twin (the Z32) turbocharged engine. Even though both motors share the same Nissan VG engine, the horse power of the Z32’s VG30DE as well as the VG30DETT engine is higher than that of the Z31. The VG30DE also has a double overhead cam with variable timing where the older VG30E has a single overhead cam design.

Present Or Future Plans:

I would lke to buy another one of these, but much older.

My Ride’s Pictures:
85 Nissan 300ZX Description of Picture on the Left:
This Sports Car is a real beauty which is evident in this picture. The owner is a great enthusiast of these cars. So much so that he is planning to buy an older model of the same car. Did you know that the 300ZX is known as “Fairlady Z” in Okazaki, a Japanese city? Click on this picture and a new page will open showing a larger picture.
Description of Picture on the Right:
Picture of the rear of the 1985 Nissan 300ZX. This is really a nice looking Sports Car. Did you know that the 300ZX was produced by Nissan between 1983 and 2000 (1984 and 1996 in the U.S)? Its predecessor was the Nissan 280ZX and its successor was the Nissan 350Z. It includes 2 generations (the third and fourth) of the Z car line, with chassis designations respectively Z31 and Z32. Click on the Picture to see it enlarged.
85 Nissan 300ZX
85 Nissan 300ZX Description of Picture on the Left:
Here is another picture of this great looking Sports Car. This picture of the 1985 Nissan 300ZX shows it with the T-Top panels removed. It must be very exciting going out for a cruise on a sunny day with the T-Top Panels removed. Did you know that the 300ZX name was used in the majority of markets with some exceptions which included the Japanese home market? Click on the Pic to enlarge.
Description of Picture on the Right:
Another picture of the 1985 Nissan 300ZX. This car is spotless. Evidently the owner takes great care of this beauty. Did you know that the name 300ZX followed a numerical convention which began with the 240Z, originated by Yutaka Katayama, one of the presidents of Nissan Motors in the US? Click on the Picture and a new page will open showing a larger picture.
85 Nissan 300ZX
85 Nissan 300ZX Description of Picture on the Left:
One more picture of the 1985 Nissan 300ZX. Did you know that the best seller of the 300ZX’s was the Z31, with more than 100,000 sales over the Z32? The Z31 as well as the Z32 featured a 3.1 litre, V6 naturally aspirated and with single (the Z31) or twin (the Z32) turbocharged engine. Click on the pic to enlarge.

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