Would you consider a 25 year-old 1990 Nissan 300ZX Turbo over its modern day successor, the 370Z, for the same price?
Available for sale by a company with the same name and an eerily familiar logo-font as Top Gear, this 300ZX is listed on eBay for $28,888, with the seller, also accepting offers. A brand-new 370Z will set you back $29,990 sans delivery and taxes, but who really buys MSRP these days?
The yellow Japanese sports coupe with the 3.0-liter V6 engine aided by twin Garrett turbochargers delivering 300hp (304PS) towards the rear wheels through a 5-speed manual gearbox looks great for its age, which isn’t surprising given the low mileage at 15,638 miles (25,161 km).
So, what’s your verdict?