When Kev wrote that an $80,000 Tomica Nissan Fairlady Z432 made of pure platinum was still cheaper than the real thing, he wasn’t kidding. For those who want the sleek lines of an S30 Z but the fire-breathing heart of a hakosuka Skyline GT-R, and true factory authenticity, the Z432 is your answer. Basically, imagine the 1970 version of an R35 GT-R drivetrain in a 370Z and you’ve got the Z432.
The name comes from the KPGC10 GT-R’s S20 motor: 4 valves-per-cylinder, 3 carbs, and 2 cams. And with only 419 examples built, it’s rarer than a bloody slice of Kobe beef. This Grand Orange example is being offered by Bingo Sports, a Japanese dealership that usually trades in exotics like Ferrari F40s. At ¥8,800,000 (approximately $101,000) the asking price is high (though fair), so you might need to offer up more than a mere kidney. Perhaps the kidney of your first born as well. More pics below the fold.
Hat tip to a freaking ton of JNC readers. [via BringATrailer]