Suburban mall parking lots aren’t always home to cars that capture anyone’s attention. Aside from the dad in a lifted F-350 covered in Punisher stickers, none of the cars typically ever stick out.
The thing about the old Datsun 280Z is that it can still be found for cheap, rusting away out on some side street or in a barn on the other side of town. And that means you can find one, and you can hoon the crap out of one.
I've always liked the Datsun 240/260/280Z, but what's so good that it can't be fixed with an added Skyline RB25DET motor swap?
Some say that it is cursed, that it caused a business to fail, and proved too controversial even for eBay. But now, in an exclusive engagement on Nice Price or Crack Pipe, comes. . . the Delirious 250 GT-Faux.
Welcome to Down On The Street, where we admire old vehicles found parked on the streets of the Island That Rust Forgot: Alameda, California. Here's one of the nicest street-driven 280Zs I've seen in a while.
Today's Question of the Day asked at what point does the turd enter the punchbowl of car customization? For your consideration we present the "Wildest Custom Z On The Planent." Our be-mulleted alter-ego kinda loves this thing.
It's time again to test your automotive intellectual fortitude by figuring out what car this engine bay's from before you click through. Sure, you'll say you got it right in the comments, but only you'll know the truth.
We've seen the miserable racetrack reliability of the 240Z/260Z/280Z/280ZX/300ZX at enough LeMons races to see the pattern, but the real surprise has been the large number of Zs that managed to keep running well enough to make the top third. Will a Z ever take the overall win? Doubtful… but anything can happen on a…
It's a real head-scratcher: the Datsun/Nissan Z has plenty of six-banger power, independent rear suspension, four-wheel discs, good build quality… yet so far none has placed better than eighth in LeMons. Why is that?
While the turbine-powered Porsche 928 we found on eBay was admittedly pretty neat (and ended up selling for a measly $7,150), the accompanying video didn't really prove the car's kerosene-guzzling potential to us. Not so with this turbine-enhanced Datsun 280Z. This baby proves its mettle with Knight Rider-esque…
Cars are pitting around here like it's election time in Chicago — often and early. Still, there's some great
hoonage racing going on. To our eyes and ears here's what's going on. The Germans look mighty. 3-Series, Porsche 944s and a GTI are all running strong and running well. The MB 190? Still running. The…