Custom version of the representative 240ZG at the time of the 1970s] The first NISSAN Fairlady Z was announced in October 1969 as a high-performance sports car and recorded a worldwide hit. It was equipped with a 2-liter in-line 6-cylinder engine and a strut-type 4-wheel independent suspension. For export, including North America, which is the main market, the 240Z equipped with a 2.4-liter engine is available in Japan. It made good results in outside races and rallies. Due to its success, there was a growing demand for its release in Japan, and the 240Z was released in Japan in November 1971. Among them, it has a longer nose called the G nose. The 240ZG is the top grade equipped with FRP over fenders on the front and rear. There are also a wide variety of custom parts that further polish high-performance driving, and the 240ZG that is uniquely finished by incorporating them has attracted the envy of automobile fans. It was.
The NISSAN Fairlady 240ZG released in Japan in 1971 has been recreated with the typical tuning parts of the time, and has been uniquely finished. 1/12 scale, total length 356mm, total width 151mm, total height 101mm. Wheels are custom standard at the time, RS Watanabe 8-spokes are set. In-line 6-cylinder engine is a 2-barrel triple carburetor that squeezes high power, metal air funnel, etching carburetor Equipped with a heat shield plate for use. In addition, a strut tower bar is attached to make it look good. A transparent bonnet is also available. The interior is also finished with a three-dimensional effect. Equipped with a roll bar, there are two types of seats, standard type and bucket type. Set. A lacy seat belt using etched parts on the buckle can be attached to the bucket seat. The bonnet, door, and rear gate can be opened and closed. The suspension operates smoothly both front and rear. The steering wheel and front wheels Interlocking. With a rear spoiler that tightens the form.