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  1. Bought a 85 300zx base model with 96k miles. Ran decently for 2 months until the tranny blew. When I drained her I saw multiple teeth, a washer, a screw and shavings galore. I couldnt find any worthwhile transmissions to purchase so I decided to cut out the middleman and attempt to rebuild it myself. I'm only 19 and have been working on cars for less than a year so I can definetly learn it but I need some guidance as to where I should look for learning material and if there is anything in particular I should know before I start dissembling. My tranny is already out and I split it from the bell housing and where the stick shift is. Thanks in advance. Also a bearing got completely destroyed near the idle gear and my clutch also got destroyed
  2. - - Was $12,500, now lowered to $9,000! - More Photos: http://s36.photobucket.com/user/Nissan1991300ZXJuly2018/library/ - Excellent collectible condition, very original - Located in Corinth, MS - Carfax available, clean record - Rare Glacier Pearl Metallic - Caramel cloth interior - Upgraded sound system, CD head unit, CD changer, powered subwoofer, two remotes - 93k original miles - Automatic 4 speed transmission - New tires - New fuel injectors, belts, climate control sensor, radiator - Original factory alloy wheels are in great condition with security locks - Aftermarket steering wheel, original steering wheel with airbag included - I've owned it since 2001, bought from Air Force mechanic in Los Angeles - Always garaged, well maintained - Glass T-Tops, shade interior inserts - Original windshield in perfect condition, no chips or cracks - Retractable rear security cover - New OEM floor mats in great condition - Chrome racing pedal covers - Original owners manual - Original titanium key blank - Never seen snow - No accidents - Non-smoker - Title in hand - variable valve timing (N-VCT), rated at 222 hp - Limited Slip Differential - Dual exhaust each with dual chrome tips - Ice cold Air-conditioning - Speed-sensitive power steering - Four-wheel vented power disc brakes with anti-lock (ABS) - Four-wheel multi-link independent suspension - Power remote heated sideview mirrors - Integrated fog lamps - Cruise control - Power windows - Power door locks - Rear window wiper and washer - Rear defroster - Factory theft deterrent system - Original price was $37,584 - Car and Driver awarded it Ten Best for 7 years - Has a 2" scratch on the left rear quarter panel, 2" scratch on right air dam, & radio antenna is broken One of the best engineering examples of Japan. Well ahead of its time. Still turns heads with its timeless styling. Received numerous acknowledgements from the automotive industry. Motor Trend awarded it Import Car of the Year. Road and Track listed it as one of the Top Ten Best Cars in the World. Nissan utilized the Cray-2 supercomputer to design the new 300ZX with a form of CAD software[14] making it one of the first production cars to utilize this tool. Awards and Recognition: 1990: The 1990 300ZX Turbo is named Motor Trend's "Import Car of the Year". Motor Trend also names it, "One of the Top Ten Performance Cars". Automobile magazine named the 300ZX Turbo to its "All Stars" list. Road & Track picked the 300ZX Turbo as "One of the Ten Best Cars in the World". Car and Driver included the 300ZX Turbo in their list "One of the 10 Best Cars" 1991: The 300ZX Turbo is listed in Car and Driver's "10 Best", and is again one of Automobile magazine's "All-Stars" 1992: Car and Driver includes the 300ZX Turbo in its "10 Best", and Automobile magazine names it to its "All-Stars" list 1993: The 300ZX Turbo is included in Car and Driver's "10 Best", and one of Automobile magazine's "All-Stars". 1994: The 300ZX Turbo is listed on the Car and Driver "10 Best" and on the "All Stars" list by Automobile magazine 1995: The 300ZX Turbo is included in the "10 Best" list by Car and Driver 1996: For the seventh straight year the 300ZX Turbo is on Car and Driver's "10 Best" list, this is also the final year of U.S. sales 2004: Automobile lists the Z32 as one of the 100 greatest cars of all time 2006: Automobile lists the Z32 on both the "20 Greatest Cars of the Past 20 years" and the "25 Most Beautiful Cars in History" 2010: GQ Magazine lists the Z32 as one of the most stylish cars over the past 50 years From the year it was introduced, the Z32 has also won many comparison tests against similar sports cars such as the Mitsubishi 3000GT/Dodge Stealth, Mazda RX-7, Chevrolet Corvette, Toyota Supra, Dodge Viper, and the Porsche 968.
  3. For sale is an original 1986 Nissan 300ZX purchased from the dealer by my mom. The car comes with all of the original paperwork, original radio (which has been removed), and any other associated documentation we have. Our goal is to get the car to a good home where it will be loved and appreciated. We have enjoyed this car as a family for over 30 years and it's time for the next chapter in the car's life. It was stored in a garage or storage unit for much of its life and is in overall good condition. Runs and drives well New battery Oil change within the last two months Passed SMOG within the last two months Current California registration with new plates (vanity plates removed) Known issues: The car was placed in storage after a series of heavy rains lead to some water exposure in the interior. A body shop tested the t-top channels and noted they were draining water properly. They also inspected the weatherstripping and noted no defects. At this time we're unsure as to how or why the interior was exposed to water, but there appears to be no permanent damage and we just store the car inside. Passenger side window does not roll up and down properly. Dent in right front quarter panel from bicyclist (pictured). Please call, text, or email me with inquiries. Jon 530-906-6295 jonthepackardman@hotmail.com
  4. Up for sale is an all original 1988 Nissan 300zx. It has only 78,000 miles on it. Everything works like it should. T-tops don't leak and winkers go up and down. Only thing is the hood has some minor hail damage that is barely noticeable. This was the king of sports cars in it's day. I'm the only the third owner. I also have the original window sticker and brand new this car cost $26,000. It has an all digital dash. 80s retro cool blast to drive. Any question feel free to contact me.
  5. 3.0L (non-turbo) SOHC V6. 5-speed manual, RWD, 2 seater, wide body w/spoiler. 119,800 miles. Clean carfax, stored winter's entire life! Summer driver only! NO RUST! $5,650 obo See ad - https://milwaukee.craigslist.org/cto/d/1986-nissan-300zx/6666238025.html
  6. ClassicZ, 1993, NA, low mileage (85,900) Fun to drive 5 speed. T- top with many modifications to original Z. Brake upgrades and new rear custom design, new Stainless exhaust system. Blitz wheels. cold air kit. $3300 in upgrades. New timing kit and Stage 2 clutch kit. In excellent condition. This car is for a passionate Z lover.Once you drive it you will want it....$8,900 or OBO - moving out of the country.
  7. Hello there, I am currently on the hunt for a long nose R200 differential! Ideally I would like a 4.1 CLSD. However I will happily settle for a 3.9 CLSD. I seem to be having poor luck with local yards and shops and decided to drop back in here as I scavenge. Additionally It would be wonderful if anyone has a 280z mustache bar from a part out! ... Or anywhere really, my swap budget has been exceeded already (probably not surprising)! Any direction or advice is greatly appreciated! Note: I'm a Canadian resident and I'm willing to ship for the right part! Thanks, Wesley
  8. If you live in Maryland, lookup the club on Classic Z Car Clubs and if interested check us out on the web and join us. http://www.mdzclub.org/joinus.cfm If you join, select "Internet Site" and list ClassicZCars.com in the comments as "How did you hear about us?"
  9. 1987 300zx Turbo for sale in El Cajon, CA http://sandiego.craigslist.org/esd/cto/5757576137.html 1987 Nissan 300ZX Turbo "Z31"$7,400Classic "Z" in Very Good ConditionPerfect for Collector to restore with little work.Just under 116,000 miles (second owner since 1989, elderly female driver)No AccidentsOriginal Paint, original "Turbo" decals intact"BRA" for frontT-Tops with sun shades and original storage sleevesAll original except stereo head unit (have original stereo head unit that needs repair)Only Issues: chips on hood and front quarter panel need repainting to restore to original conditionslight split in leather of drivers seat 619 490 7328 text
  10. Ive recently picked up a 86' 300zx non-turbo trans (5speed) nd I have the 77' 280z bellhousing on it. but with the bellhousing on it will not shift into any gears except 5th (Possibly reverse if its a dogleg or whatever they call it). So what could be a problem? The shift rods clear the rod holes in the bellhousing and everything. but it wont shift. with the bellhousing off though, it shifts fairly well. any help would be great as I need this car running for going to work.
  11. I always wanted a 240Z, wound up with a 280Z, fell in love with the 300ZX Twin Turbo in 1990 when I read Motor Trend's article. I even won a $20 bet that the new Z would smoke the Ford Mustang, which was a big deal back then as I was just a kid. But anyway, I posted a video on youtube hybridizing two old Nissan ads for the Z32 over some Filter music. My old title for the vid was talking about Barbie and Ken and I think I attracted some pre-teen girls who didn't think very fondly of my participation in the youtube community. Anyway I thought some of you fellow Z-heads would appreciate it more. It combines a few ads; one where the Z-driver is dreaming about being chased, the other is the Toys commercial where GI Joe picks up Barbie at the mansion. Hope some of you folks like it!
  12. Can you use a Borg Warner T5 5 speed from a 300zx in a early model 1971 240Z? I have searched but have found any info saying what differences are between the 81-83 Borg Warner T5 and the ones from 300zx's. Is it doable? I have read the zgarage procedure and it doesn't mention the later versions of the bwt5.
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