As hot as classic Japanese sports cars are right now, true JDM (Japanese domestic market) examples are like the Holy Grail for enthusiasts. If simply owning a JDM Z car isn't good enough, this 1990 Nissan 300ZX is also the 2+2 Twin-Turbo model with t-tops. Does it get any better than that? Factor in the super-low mileage example and the current asking price of just under $18,000 on eBay, and now you're looking at a true unicorn!
If this JDM Z car isn't quite your speed, be sure to check out the inventory of dealerships like Toprank Motorworks where you'll find a wide variety of Japanese sports cars including JDM imports that are now legal in the U.S.
Although this car isn't exactly stock, it hasn't been overly modified either. The five-spoke wheels and full body kit add a sportier styling to this Z, and even that massive rear wing is surprisingly tasteful for this car. Inside is more of the same where the right-hand drive cabin shows no wear resulting in one of the cleanest 300ZXs you're likely to find, and modifications are limited to a Momo steering wheels, Pioneer navigation system and pop-up cup holders.
The reason for the high quality of this car is that the odometer is showing a little over 31,000 kilometers, which equates to right around 19,000 miles. This car has obviously been babied, and the only modifications made to the 3.0-liter twin-turbo V6 is the addition of an aftermarket intake and a performance exhaust system. This 300ZX was already a great-handling car, but this one has been upgraded to Bilstein shocks for improved cornering.
There's no denying that Japanese cars have been increasing in popularity in recent years, and this JDM 1990 Nissan 300ZX is a way to make other enthusiasts jealous. This immaculate Z car is listed on eBay with an asking price of $17,999, and the listing ends Tuesday, December 3. This is a rare opportunity to own a legit JDM sports car.
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