Though debuting with mixed reviews, the Nissan (or Datsun) 280ZX was the second generation Z car. It replaced the S30 chassis, and initially put out less power than its predecessor. This was in part to the addition of emission regulations imposed by the US EPA. However in just a few years, Nissan added a turbocharger to the 280ZX and power increased by almost 30%. It was always a good handling vehicle and fun to drive thanks to its front engine/rear wheel drive train and independent multi-link suspension. Thanks to its popularity on the street and on the track, Nissan 280ZX parts are still readily available today. There are a few tuners out there who have put in Ford 302ci V8 engines in their Z car just to see how fast they can go. It's truly amazing.