2006 Nissan 350Z
Eye-catching colour and style; sports tails with a serious bark; 6-speed manual 'box with heated electric leather seats
Supplied new in January 2006 and finished in stunning Azure Blue with contrasting silver alloy wheels, black hood and black leather interior with heated element and electric adjustment.
Fitted with the preferable and excellent six-speed manual transmission, the car is well equipped with air con, electric windows, traction control and powerful factory sound system. This example has been fitted with sports tail pipes which includes a rear muffler delete and as a result sounds outstanding, all the better to hear that 3.5-litreV6 engine roar and cackle.
The history file includes V5C, service book with two stamps and two further hand written entries, the last of which was in May 2012 at 57,113 miles in Swindon by Adams Autos for a full service and MOT. In addition we have a selection of invoices including more recent service work including a £620 spend in October 2019 on 6 new plugs, a new injector and 6 new coil packs to rectify a misfire, £700 service by Formula One autocentres in Swindon at 85289 miles in June 2017 and a receipt for £310 for the aforementioned service in May 2012.
The roof mechanism received new o/s and n/s rams plus motor in May 2011 in addition to unspecified bodywork repairs to the front bumper o/s front wing and n/s quarter panel. The file also includes 6 old MOT certificates to back up the modest 94,770 miles recorded with the current ticket running until July 2021 with no advisories recorded. Buyers please note there are two areas requiring attention on the soft-top, which may affect its water-resistant abilities.
If you've never driven a 350Z, your consignor can heartily recommend them - they are very good indeed with excellent poise, power and tractability - a proper driver's car.
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Reg No: PK55XOJ
Chassis Number: JN12AAZ33U0302620
Engine Number: 579502
Engine Size: 3498
Docs: V5C; service book with 2 stamps; invoices; 6 old MOTs; current MOT July 2021 with no advisories
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