Probably one of the best values ever,
truly a budget supercar. Basically a
400hp engine tuned down to 300 from the
factory, with a few simple changes you
get a cheap and near instant 325-350 hp
at the rear wheels. Strong aftermarket
support will get you to 700hp+. Still
amazing after 15 years since its
release, this Z is still ahead of many
cars technologically. This car had
computer controlled 4 wheel steering and
digital climate control at a time when
most manufactures were trying to get
their automatic transmissions and cruise
control to work. The Z32 is one of the
greatest cars ever. I know I'll never
Well balanced, very even through the
corners, handles like it weighs 1000 lbs
less. Despite being designed in the late
80s, its still looks modern and sexy.
You could park it next to a Ferrai and
not look out of place. Car responds very
well to suspension changes.
Since its discontinued, its too late for
a tilt steering wheel. Nissan could have
let loose a little more power stock but
reliablity becomes an issue as you go
down that path. Engine work is also
quite a feat, if you can't do it
yourself, labor costs will take a bite
out of your wallet.
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