GT Memories - Nissan Z32
GT Memories - Nissan Z32
GT Memories - Nissan Z32
GT Memories - Nissan Z32
GT Memories - Nissan Z32
GT Memories - Nissan Z32

GT Memories - Nissan Z32

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Notes from publisher:

Specialty cars that were born in the 1980s and are still popular today One-make MOOK series "GT memories". The first is the S13 Silvia. An introduction to sports driving Sylvia's, all about the profile, which was a huge hit as a car. Fans, Of course, it is a preserved version that is also recommended for old car fans.

The Z32 Fairlady Z, which prevailed as a sports car representing Japan in the '90s.
The long nose and short cabin look that has been passed down from the first generation to the Z31.
Equipped with the newly developed V6 DOHC / twin-turbo, it is outstanding by improving the weight balance.
I was proud of the maneuverability. Achieve a maximum output of 280ps, which is the beginning of domestic power regulation
It is also a car with many topics.
In this book, the differences between each generation of the Z32 Fairlady Z produced over 11 years and
Explanation of the mechanism and the prototype was announced from S30 announced in 1969 to 2020
The history up to the 7th generation Fairlady 7 is also recorded. At the end of the book, with the cooperation of Nissan Motor Co., Ltd.
The catalogs of the early and late models are excerpted and posted. This is also a must-have for old car fans
It will be a valuable resource.

■ Prologue
■ Vehicle overview
300ZX Twin Turbo / 300ZX (early model)
300ZX Twin Turbo / Version S (Mid-term model)
Version R Twin Turbo / Version S / 300ZX (Late model)
・ Interior
・ Derived grade
Fairlady Z Convertible
■ Main specifications
■ Technology
・ Power unit
・ Drive system & suspension
■ Fairlady Z story
■ Archives
"Big Scoop from the USA I saw the next Fairlady Z!" (From the March 1989 issue of Motor Magazine)
"280ps twin-turbo explodes! New Z finally launches!" (Holiday Auto from August 26, 1989 issue)
"Z-ism Extreme Point Reached Nissan Techno Roman Looking at the 90's" (Motor Magazine September 1989 issue)
"The driving style is still the charm of a first-class NA engine" (from Panda 1995 Vol.20)
■ Documents
Catalog selection
・ Issued in October 1998
・ Published in September 1989