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      01-03-2019, 02:04 PM   #1154
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Originally Posted by Red Bread View Post
Curious note, as Wiki lists a Z32 300ZX TT 2+2, but did the US actually get such a thing? I recall that the TT's were only two seaters.

The only one I ever drove was intent on spraying its coolant through the heater onto the floor mats during my test drive. Did not instill confidence.
"New U.S. regulations for side-impact protection would have required a complete redesign of the Z for the 1997 model year, and a new model wasn't in the cards just yet. Nissan decided to retire the U.S.-market Z32 after 1996 and commissioned a final run of 300 Commemorative Edition cars. These cars received special badging and numbered plaques of authenticity. A total of 171 naturally aspirated two-seaters, 51 2+2 coupes, and 78 Turbo models comprised the so-called Last 300, which were offered in addition to the 2629 non-Commemorative Edition Z32s sold in 1996."

"The 2+2 was only offered in naturally aspirated trim in the U.S., though models do exist elsewhere in the world with both rear seats and a "Twin Turbo" badge on the rear hatch."

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