shot and posted by Tim Finn
Usually these seem to be that metallic brown/bronze. And a few are the metallic medium blue. I don’t know that I’ve ever seen a yellow 280Z…
L0L I was just thinking, “Isn’t that the same colour as YRB trucks???” (Yellowhead Road and Bridge). Every time I see a 240Z-300Z I think of my late best friend’s lil sister who drove a new 240Z! She was GORGEOUS!
Looks great in yellow and that angle is perfect! This would make for a great fun weekend project car.
These were great cars. The interior was designed to be comfortable for large Americans. The ergonomics were very good, really convenient and comfortable cars to drive. Performance was good, they handled well, especially compared to American muscle cars and even Pony cars. They kept getting pricier over their run. I had a ’77 2+2 with the five speed. It was perfect for me as I could carry my two small kids with me. The fuel injected engine made it very tractable, but it was a smog engine, and didn’t feel as sporty as my ’72 twin carb version. My 2+2 was even more practical than a Mustang, the hatchback gave it a lot of versatility. But it was much smaller and was a true sports car. I went through a bunch of early Zs, but now they are pretty pricey.
@JOSE,I’m a MEDIUM-rare Canadian! Will that suffice…eh??? L0L
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