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Nissan 350Z - future classic?

I few months ago I bought a 2003 Nissan 350Z as a weekend car. They really seem astonishing value for money at the moment - I can't believe their values could fall much lower.

I think it's a dying breed of large capacity, naturally aspirated, rear wheel drive sports car. Do you think this is a potential future classic, and will values start to rise? Its got "Z" car pedigree, although I'm not sure that there is a following of British car enthusiasts with a connection to the Nissan brand?

Asked on 1 April 2013 by bmw-jack

Answered by Honest John
Definitely. Good call. The best was the 2006 300PS roadster: www.honestjohn.co.uk/road-tests/nissan/nissan-350z.../ But a cheap early coupe has got to be fantastic value for money. I prefer 350s to 370s.
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