wahts a 1993 300zx worth thinking of selling it or just keeping it and enjoying it not sure need some help guys.

Asked by Jun 09, 2012 at 10:30 PM about the 1993 Nissan 300ZX 2 Dr 2+2 Hatchback

Question type: Shopping & Pricing

126,500 miles on it leather with the Bose sound system i have a lot of money invested in it
new injectors, plenum,fuel filter with lines, PcV valves at 117,000
Brand new transmission installed in the beg of the month
new interior lights (red) (not installed yet)
new rear natural smoked tail ights(not installed yet)
new rear center panel from japan (not installed yet)
new floor mats (not installed yet)
newer hawks brakes and slotted and drilled rotors
custom intake from japan (not installed yet)
performance chip(not installed yet)
new natural smoked side marker lights wich cost over 500 dollars to buy now (not installed yet)
new amsoil oil change
new drive belts
newer tires
new factory dead pedal (not installed yet)
new factory antenna(not installed yet)
new factory decals(not installed yet)
new factory light shorud around the cig lighter
new 300zx stickers (not installed yet)
Nismo license plate covers (not installed yet)
Nismo vulvae stem covers (not installed yet)
recently had a four Wheel alignment with a brake bleed
All not installed parts are still sitting in there boxes
and would it be worth to have the new parts installed to try to sell it.
if any one has a good idea of waht i can get I can be reach at wwwejohncena1@yahoo.com
thanks john

2 Answers


NADA list the car at clean trade in price of $4500 and Clean retail at $5825. All the extras are nice and will help sell the car, but to be honest don't add to the cost of the car. You said you have a new trans ,drive belts and tires other parts, but the car always had those things, and I would expect to have them. So add a couple more hundred to those numbers and you might have a good sale price. The intake and computer chip I would sell seperately and maybe some of the other (not installed yet )parts. To a Nissan 300ZX lover, they would pay more. Good Luck!


when it comes to these cars, NEVER,NEVER go by the NADA , Kelly Blue Book or none of that crap..these cars are timeless classic and the price depends on the condition and the money you have invested in it....If you really like it , just keep it and if you seell it , sell it to some one that will apreciate the car and know how rare these cars are!!!

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