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PostPosted: Fri May 26, 2017 10:15 pm 
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Our Member and PreZident of the Z Car Club of Rochester John T sends us this notice of a well-kept 1984 300ZX for sale:

"Due to health reasons, ZCCR member Lois Wentis has regrettably decided to part with her beloved 1984 300ZX. She is the original owner of this well maintained car; in it's life it has had everything it needs. The car has been sitting in a garage for quite a while and could use a nice detailing, but is mechanically sound. You see it just as it was pulled out of storage. GLL model, 109k miles, t-tops, leather (in good condition), digital dash (some gauges dark, power supply needs repair/replacement, a common issue), automatic overdrive transmission, new battery and alternator, newer tires and exhaust. Timing belt was replaced at 60k-ish miles, would suggest that service be done by the new owner. Rust is minimal as seen in the pics, a few scrapes and dings consistent with a 33 year old car.

Asking $1950/offer. If interested, please contact me and I will connect you with the seller.
JT

John Taddonio
President, Z Car Club of Rochester NY
http://www.zccr.net"

John's notice reached my mailbox with two doZen good photos of this car, but I am again unable to transfer them onto this forum. Maybe John will tack them on here later, or you can contact him directly and he can send them to your email. Nothing appears to be wrong with this powderpuff and it looks like a really good buy for the asking price. Newer battery, belts, alternator and plug wires show in the engine bay. Looks like a summer full of fun for under $2000. :thumbs_up:

Frank T

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