1970 Nissan Fairlady Z432R

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Forget what you know about the current Nissan 370Z. It’s totally forgettable and seriously overdue for a redesign. The Fairlady Z in the form of the Z432 that only sold in Japan is the Z-Car you want. This right-hand drive track-focused Z432 borrowed the more potent and silky inline-six engine from the legendary Skyline GT-R and dropped a hefty 200 pounds of weight to make it more ferocious. Clad in orange paint with black wheels, hood, wheels, and side mirrors, the visual contrast is just about perfect. The excellent interior gets a thin-rimmed three-spoke leather steering wheel, wood manual shift knob, and grey cloth bucket seats. Fewer than 50 were ever made, and this is the best example in existence. The auction should command some serious coin as a result.

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