Aside from this potentially being the very first production Z car built since the Z32 300ZX was discontinued, it's an extraordinarily clean, low-miles example of the sports car. It only has 173 miles on the odometer, and the interior is spotless. The car is equipped just the way a 350Z enthusiast would want — although it isn't the "Enthusiast" trim level. It's a Track model, so it has Brembo brakes, light Rays 18-inch alloy wheels, a viscous limited-slip differential, aluminum pedals, and a rear spoiler. The car also comes with the six-speed manual transmission.
The asking price on this 350Z is a not-unsubstantial $48,500. To put that into perspective, you could walk into a Nissan dealer and pick up a brand-new NISMO 370Z for about $2,000 less, and that's without any haggling. Then again, considering the car's probable significance and superb condition, it doesn't seem like a horrific price. There's also the fact that, since it's simply being offered for sale rather than auction, the price won't skyrocket like it did for the first Type R in the U.S., or this extra clean Mitsubishi Evo.