Nissan Fairlady Z is a masterpiece of Japanese sports cars history. The initial model S30 type was a massive success, with global sales of about 0.52 millilon units; in 1971, the Fairlady 240ZG was released as the top-grade model. 240ZG featured the "Aerodyna nose" with integrated bumper, over fenders and individual headlamp covers, plus thrilling performance with a 2.4-liter engine. This car is still popular among sports car fans in the modern day.
Features a realistic depiction of the long nose fastback coupe form with short deck. 2.4-liter inline-6 engine has depictions of the twin carburetors, oil pan and transmission, and the hood is openable to show the engine even after assembly. The window frame and headlamp cover rims are metal-plated. Wheels consist of three separate parts for easy painting