Does having an attractive front yard matter

Brilliant cars aren’t only produced by western or European countries; Japanese Car companies have also managed to produce an iconic car.

Does having an attractive front yard matter

Japanese Sports Car (Datsun 240Z)

Get yourself a Z. Tune it up! The Datsun 240Z was a global effort which is famously known in Japan as the Fairlady Z. It was developed for the international market with sporty performance and a reasonable price. Japanese sports car manufacturers may not have been the first but they’ve given us many of the best. From fuel-efficient compacts to high performance sports car have change the world for the better.
The 240Z was introduced in 1969, aimed squarely at the American Market. The Japanese sports car was an astonishing departure for a Japanese company. The Europeans gave the recipe and the Japanese came up with a very good product and the Americans bought them up like there was no tomorrow for Datsun. Datsun didn’t invent the over cam engine or disc brakes or independent suspension but it has a habit of incorporating these sophisticated systems into easily affordable cars. They featured a 5 speed manual transmission, stylish coupe body front disc brakes, rear drums and a rear wheel drive. The 4 wheel independent suspension had MacPherson struts in front and Chapman struts at the back.
For the money, the 240Z is an almost brilliant car. The fantastic performance of the 240Z brought sports car into the average of the Americans. 240Z was a price rival for the MGB and triumph TR6 but offered performance comparable to the much more expensive Porsche 911. 240Z made use of the L24.24 liter inline six engines. It was an all new design while its rivals were rehashes of much older cars. It was also much more comfortable. The bucket seats are elaborately contoured and wrap around you slightly to keep you from sliding around. The backrest angle is adjustable in notches through a small range so you can find a position that suits. Head room, leg room and shoulder room are ample and the final little detail that makes it just right is the dead pedal. The feeling of getting your money’s worth is reinforced by the complete instrumentation and rather complex controls. Even as it is, the 240Z is worth it for its price. The 240Z still remains a greatly popular machine even today.