Nissan Fairlady Z 300 ZR (Z31) – Silver – (KSR18035S):
This Nissan Fairlady Z, more formerly known as the Nissan 300ZX, is a sports car produced by Nissan between 1983 and 2000.
The Z31 chassis was first introduced in Japan back in 1983. It greatly improved aerodynamics, and increased the base power when compared to its predecessor, the 280ZX. This new Fairlady Z had a drag coefficient of just 0.30, and was powered by Japan first ever grossly produced V6 engine, as opposed to the straight six engines found in Nissan’s previous Z models. The purpose of the V6 was to retain the sporty feel, but gain more efficiency and reliability.
Furthermore, the Z31 had electronic fuel injection, and was rear-wheel drive. The engines were also equipped with self-adjusting hydraulic valve lifters, redesigned water jackets for sustained cooling, and floating piston wrist pins. Additionally, all Z31s came with a Voice Warning System, indicating when fuel was low, or if a door was left open.
Whilst the clean silver model doesn’t come with his own Voice Warning System, it does perfectly reimagine the other aspects of the car. The finely-tuned wheels, the sleek, aero-efficient bodywork, the striking shape. It’s all encapsulated into the model.