Quantcast
You are now being logged in using your Facebook credentials

This is a Good Japanese Driver that has Potential Upside

by Petrolicious Productions / 8 Apr 2014

ADVERTISEMENT

Please login to comment

Comments (7)

  • Future Doc

    Permalink

    The automatic would be the deal-breaker. I miss my old Z and there definitely collectable Japanese cars (early Z is a prime example)... my questions would be: "is there and real collectable late-80s-90s American car?" (The answer is yes, but a lot fewer options than those with Japanese badges). The late 60s/early 70s baby-boomer collectibles cars will fade and the rise of the 80/90s J-cars will rise as populations shift.

    3
  • Yoav Gilad

    Permalink

    Japanese cars are definitely coming on strong! With regard to American cars, there will always be the usual suspects: Corvette, Mustang, Camaro/Firebird and a bit later, the Viper. There were also the multi-brand cars that came from the Mitsubishi/Chrysler partnership such as the Eclipse/Talon, Starion/Conquest, and of course the 3000GT/Stealth; but they were all really imports. And of course the Chrysler LeBaron.

    0
  • Dustin Rittle

    Permalink

    I have to agree with future doc on this one that automatic just really makes this car less desirable. Now if it wasnt a sport car then a automatic really wouldnt bother me that much. After all that being said and done i really do dig the color.

    1
  • Sid Widmer

    Permalink

    No on the paint and the auto. I didn't even know the 240Z was available with an auto. Next you will tell me they make automatic Miatas.

    2
  • Guest (Ryan)

    Permalink

    Sid,

    I hate to break it to you, but they do, in fact, make automatic Miatas. I have seen them in the NA/NB models but I am not sure if they have automatic NCs. I wouldn't doubt it, however.

    0
  • Sid Widmer

    Permalink

    I know, I was being sarcastic. ;) I am choosing to live in my own reality where they don't.

    0
  • Guest (Matt)

    Permalink

    This isn't a series II. This is a series IV. http://zhome.com/History/1970or1971.html

    0