The original Nissan Fairlady Z is one of the best designs in the history of the automobile and was a huge success in Japan and America from the time it launched in late 1969. The Z was an immediate hit with racing teams, and Nissan saw a need for a more track-oriented model. That came in the form of the car you see here, the Fairlady Z432R. The Z432R differed from the standard Z432 in several respects, the biggest being that it has the higher-output 2-liter inline-six from the legendary Skyline GT-R, combining the best of Nissan's sports car heritage in one automobile. Nissan trimmed over 200 pounds from the base car by using an FRP hood, light-weight acrylic for the side and rear windows, and 0.2mm thinner body panels. Something between 30-50 Z432Rs are believed to have been made, and this is the best example on the market, making it the Holy Grail of Z-cars.