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Hey just got myself a 82 280zx.

 

Been a z fan for a decade.   z31 z32 s13 (not really a z but rwd nissan) and now a s130.

 

Juts wanted to sign in here !

 

I think its pretty clean. no major rust anywhere .. got lucky ! previous owner did 315km in 3 years.

 

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Hey just got myself a 82 280zx.

 

Been a z fan for a decade.   z31 z32 s13 (not really a z but rwd nissan) and now a s130.

 

Juts wanted to sign in here !

 

I think its pretty clean. no major rust anywhere .. got lucky ! previous owner did 315km in 3 years.

 

N8XFzZH.jpg

 

gMjmh18.jpg

 

Nice car.  I saw that listed on Kijiji.

I am a long time Z owner, and I just purchased a low mileage 1981 zxt.  This makes Z number 18 for me.

The car was in NL and I was in ON.  2400km and a 16hr ferry ride to get the car home.

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On 9/3/2017 at 10:47 PM, Scrotaclese said:

83 turbo

Father bought it off the showroom floor. I've owned it for 20 years currently undergoing restoration by my own hand

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very cool!! my grandfather bought mine one year old and been in the family ever since also. very good to have a un modified turbo car. i would say to keep it that way. i did the LS swap but mine was a N/A car. original turbo cars are getting hard to find. im sure you have no plan to sell it but if you ever did, a stock turbo car is gonna be the most valuable. anyway, enjoy whatever you do with it.  

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The turbo isn't stock. It is a Garrett t3/4. Everything else is stock though. This happens to be a rather rare one as it is a GL model with a 5-speed and as far as I can tell every available option. I don't see myself ever selling the car I plan on passing it down to one of my children.

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nothing wrong with lil upgrades here and there. as my dad said when i got mine from him was have fun with it. i will never sell mine either so who cares what book value is. he actually talked me into the first v8 swap. i was keeping it original out of respect to my grandpa...get that resto done so you can make sure to pass it down,thats what its all about sometimes, and nothing more satisfying then doing it your self

good luck with it!!

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