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Old 11-01-2018, 07:41 PM
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Greetings. 1st post. Long time lurker. I want a 350z to daily. I drive 1k miles per month and I live in Nashville, TN. Middle TN Z Club member, because my aunt just gave me a '77 280Z in September. It's rusty and in pieces. I did Autotrader and Cars.com apps and found the below Zed in Alpharetta. Is this a good price? Cash, what would you offer? I'd have to drive there to inspect and test myself so this is also Me looking to buy any other 350 or even 370 for a better deal under $10k within 5 hours to Nashville


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Old 11-01-2018, 08:13 PM
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Welcome- rather than relying on any of us to GUESS what kind of shape this prospective Z is in, here's a better idea. Do some research and find a reputable technician up in Alphaeretta to hire. Have the seller allow access to the car and you pay a couple of hundred dollars to get a full, written assessment on the vehicle. Then you can make an educated guess on what the Z is worth.,,not a guess.
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def have the dealership drop it off at a 3rd party / independent mechanic to check it out. If it has a clean bill of health try to negotiate $1000 or so off for a quick sale and paying cash and go buy it if you like it. $10k (to me) seems like a good deal for a HR with lower mileage. 90k miles is pretty low (~9k miles per year), I'm not a huge fan of the automatic but if you're commuting quite a bit than it might be ok - that's your call.

let us know how it pans out...
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The closest performance shop is TopSpeed Motorsports in Alpharetta. 678.297.7770. They are extremely good and charge accordingly. gl!

btw your link doesn't work.
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That's a pretty sharp Z It has the dual intakes and HR engine if it mechanically checks out, cash in hand I would say 8500.00 to 9000.00 if I was to finance it not a penny over 10,000 definitely would spend the time and money to have it checked out professionally,I used to have a 77 Z myself it was my first introduction into the Z world it was a really fun car learned a lot about Z's from that car. If this is not the one for you right now just be patient until you find the perfect one meeting all your needs,not a big fan of automatics on a sports car but each his own,I'm in Nashville as well I'd like to hear more about your Z club good luck on your search finding the perfect Z!!
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