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Rare 1970 Nissan Fairlady Z 432 with Skyline GT-R Heart up for Sale

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Here's a nice find for all you classic car lovers; a fully restored 1970 Nissan Fairlady Z 432 with only 12,000km [7,462 miles] on the odometer - and it's up for grabs at an undisclosed price by a Japanese dealer.

For those wondering, the Z 423 was a Japan-only version of the Fairlady Z [sold as the 240Z in the States] equipped with the same 2.0-liter inline-six S20 engine producing 160-horsepower and 177Nm as the Skyline GT-R (PGC10). It was built in limited number of units for homologation purposes. The name '432' refers to the 4 valves [per cylinder], 3 carburetors and 2 camshafts.

Along with the GT-R's straight-six that was coupled to a five-speed manual gearbox, the Z 432 featured many other upgrades including Magnesium wheels and a unique exhaust system with dual vertical tail pipes. More photos after the break.

Dealer: Bingo Sports




15 Comments:

Anonymous said... »June 29, 2010

Awesome!

Anonymous said... »June 29, 2010

Price after currency conversion from Yen to USD is just over $99,000!

Anonymous said... »June 29, 2010

dude i love the old school nissans. i want that fairlady bad

Anonymous said... »June 29, 2010

In all truth, I sooner drive this than the GTR anytime.

SamuraiJack said... »June 30, 2010

I want it. I want it now

AutoInformatief.com said... »June 30, 2010

Awesome cars. Those old Japanese car's sure look great.

As someone told before me, I would rather drive this then a GTR.

Anonymous said... »June 30, 2010

Beautiful. That interior would look cool even today.

Anonymous said... »June 30, 2010

Sweetness!! The next generation Z needs to go back to its roots.

Chris @ Driving Spirit said... »June 30, 2010

Absolutely stunning. I'd much rather own this than a modern 370Z.

Libby said... »July 06, 2010

I owned one back in the day...It was awesome...Right hand drive...Wish I still had it today!!!

Anonymous said... »July 26, 2010

Fantastic! Everything is so well done on this car.

Anonymous said... »July 30, 2010

* * I think it moved * *

Anonymous said... »August 30, 2010

sold mine, week after that the idiot crashed it. till this day i still regret it....

Tom Boyle said... »February 20, 2013

Does anybody know how many Fairlady Z's are in the US. I own a 78 Fairlady ZG with an L20AE that I'm rebuilding and would like to know how many others are out there!!

Tom Boyle said... »February 20, 2013

Does anybody know how many Fairlady Z's there are in the US? I own a 78 fairlady ZG with a L20AE that I am rebuilding. Got it from a guy who brought it from Japan about 20 yrs. ago.

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