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Old 01-20-2005, 05:22 PM
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slicktop Z32's?

which z32's are slicktop models (no t-tops)? i was just wonering because all the z's that ive seen on the web and on the street have been t-tops. l
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Old 01-20-2005, 07:17 PM
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ive seen them in 91 (becuase mine is), 92, 93, and 96. look around on ebay, its where i got my slicktop
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Old 01-20-2005, 08:30 PM
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Slicktops were available from 1990 to 2001 when they discontinued the Z32. It was usually a special order car since most of the ones that made their way to the US were stripped and turned into race cars. I have a 1992 Slick top. I know they were available in both N/A and TT variations, but i ve never heard of a Automatic slicktop. N/A slicktops are rare enough, your EXTREMELY lucky to find one that came factory TT.
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Originally Posted by WhtFairLadyZ
Slicktops were available from 1990 to 2001 when they discontinued the Z32. It was usually a special order car since most of the ones that made their way to the US were stripped and turned into race cars. I have a 1992 Slick top. I know they were available in both N/A and TT variations, but i ve never heard of a Automatic slicktop. N/A slicktops are rare enough, your EXTREMELY lucky to find one that came factory TT.
They never made TT slicktops nor 2+2 TT in North America. However, they did make 2+2 TT in Europe that I know of. They only made them from 90-96 in America, all the way to 99 in Japan BTW. And I owned one, and I never have seen an automatic either.
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Old 01-21-2005, 08:14 AM
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I have a 94 slicktop. Picked it up off ebay :hpydance:
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Old 01-22-2005, 03:59 AM
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Yeah they did...they made TT slick tops. Z1 has a picture of one in their showroom. From what we can tell, it has all the right numbers. Everything matches. The only thing is that it was stripped down into a race car.
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Old 01-22-2005, 11:27 AM
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I don't think they made slicktops in tt in united states.... i am supposed to be buying my 96 slicktop z32 in may unless this guy backs out again :doh:
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Old 01-22-2005, 01:04 PM
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Yah, key-word in my statement that I made, "North America"..They didn't make them in "North America".
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Old 01-22-2005, 09:17 PM
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Technically they didnt make any Z cars in America. Sorry had to say that! Well, as far as many people, Z owners that is, slicktops dont exist either. People always ask me if i had it custom done and how much did it cost. Nissan never marketed the Z32 without T-tops. It was a special order vehicle from what i have read. There are as many slicktops in the US as what were ordered from Nissah, Japan. If that is true though, then all the pics of the old Z32 race cars with TTs and slicktops were custom done then?
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Old 01-23-2005, 12:01 AM
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Originally Posted by WhtFairLadyZ
Technically they didnt make any Z cars in America. Sorry had to say that! Well, as far as many people, Z owners that is, slicktops dont exist either. People always ask me if i had it custom done and how much did it cost. Nissan never marketed the Z32 without T-tops. It was a special order vehicle from what i have read. There are as many slicktops in the US as what were ordered from Nissah, Japan. If that is true though, then all the pics of the old Z32 race cars with TTs and slicktops were custom done then?
I kinda think you are on drugs man...
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Old 01-23-2005, 07:35 PM
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I dunno, i m usually on this site replyin around midnight or later. I could be just tired I dunno. But im not on drugs
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i think its the other way around fairlady...
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Old 01-23-2005, 07:38 PM
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Everyone keep sayin "IN NORTH AMERICA", I was kiddin cause I was readin it wrong. You guys ment "FOR NORTH AMERICA". I was actin dumb. But seriously, I dunno about the slict tops. You may be right, they may have built tt slick tops, but they may not have been sold in the US. I guess I ve been feelin argumentative lately.
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Just research it better. Find out whats right and whats not.
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To Clear a few things up, here are some number for production of the Z32 from 1993-96, that all that is up... Also as you can see the Slicktops only came in Stickshift transmission, and from what I've heard and researched they only came in cloth, although it cant be 100% verified....

Pretty sure these arent exact, but theres more info if any of you guys are interested....
http://www.twinturbo.net/ttnetfaq/FAQpages/zstats.html

MDL CODE MY RTL
ZX 64053 1993.0 M SLICK TOP 69 <--------------------------------Proud owner of one of these!!!!!
ZX 64113 1993.0 A T-TOP 165
ZX 64153 1993.0 M T-TOP 366
ZX 64213 1993.0 A 2+2 402
ZX 64253 1993.0 M 2+2 216
ZX 64713 1993.0 A CONVT 228
ZX 64753 1993.0 M CONVT 114
ZX 64813 1993.0 A TURBO 95
ZX 64853 1993.0 M TURBO 108
ZX 64054 1994.0 M SLICK TOP 268
ZX 64114 1994.0 A T-TOP 687
ZX 64154 1994.0 M T-TOP 1569
ZX 64214 1994.0 A 2+2 774
ZX 64254 1994.0 M 2+2 357
ZX 64714 1994.0 A CONVT 429
ZX 64754 1994.0 M CONVT 445
ZX 64814 1994.0 A TURBO 113
ZX 64854 1994.0 M TURBO 672
ZX 64055 1995.0 M SLICK TOP 97
ZX 64115 1995.0 A T-TOP 511
ZX 64155 1995.0 M T-TOP 1111
ZX 64215 1995.0 A 2+2 627
ZX 64255 1995.0 M 2+2 265
ZX 64715 1995.0 A CONVT 151
ZX 64755 1995.0 M CONVT 139
ZX 64815 1995.0 A TURBO 117
ZX 64855 1995.0 M TURBO 582
ZX 64056 1996.0 M SLICK TOP 213
ZX 64116 1996.0 A T-TOP 309
ZX 64156 1996.0 M T-TOP 792
ZX 64216 1996.0 A 2+2 471
ZX 64256 1996.0 M 2+2 255
ZX 64716 1996.0 A CONVT 95
ZX 64756 1996.0 M CONVT 91
ZX 64816 1996.0 A TURBO 117
ZX 64856 1996.0 M TURBO 507
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Old 02-23-2005, 04:34 PM
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I suppose the # on the far right is how many were of that model were produced that year.. and StickShift is also known as "Manual" Reefatx..hehe
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They never made TT slicktops nor 2+2 TT in North America. However, they did make 2+2 TT in Europe that I know of. They only made them from 90-96 in America, all the way to 99 in Japan BTW. And I owned one, and I never have seen an automatic either.

Dead thread I know, but I was amazed to find out that there were 20 Slicktops with auto transmissions built for the first year (1990) almost all of them were California cars. I've never come across one, but would do what ever I had to to buy it just for the rarity. Yes in the us all Slicktops were N/A and cloth seats, they were considered a base model. About 2500 sold in us 1990-1996. There were TT Slicktops sold in Japan most were used for racing but a few can be found and imported now.
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