At $ 7,500, could this 1993 Chevy Lumina Z34 light up your life?

Nice Price or No Dice 1993 Chevy Lumina Z34

With the Z34 package and the V6 engine with four cameras, the current one Good price or no dice The Lumina is not your usual mid-size Chevy classic front. Let’s see if the price is also out of the ordinary.

When Mazda introduced the Miata, that was created a fun car for the masses. In return, these masses anointed the model with the kind of faith usually intended for worship leaders and people who can open very tight jars. The Mazda MX-5 Miata 1990 we examined yesterday represented the first iteration of the car, which iis the least powerful of the series but also the sporty emerging headlights – the only model that does – which of course makes it the best in the beam. Being the best, along with the low mileage and the pleasant presentation, helped a lot in reducing the answers to the $ 13,500 price of the Miata. The result was a steady 60 percent Nice Price win.

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When it was brand new, yesterday’s Miata was aimed at a specific audience of car buyers. those looking for something that was originally offered in numbers from people like the British and Italian carmakers, but where at that time was in its last limbs. Mazda brought the small sports car from the edge of the cliff and has been keeping the flame alive ever since. In the same early to mid-1990syou could have deposited the hard earned money (or more likely to be financed at an insanely high interest rate) Something like that 1993 Chevy Lumina Z34.

The Lumina was the mid-range Chevy family car of the 1990s, having taken on the role of former Celebrity and carried therch until 2001. While the Famous had before The Lumina, offered in wagon, four-door and two-door models, combined it with a sedan and coupe. This coupe will later be transformed into the reborn Monte Carlo, letting the Lumina light go out with a single model. Before that happened, however, Chevy gave Lumina some very big balls to play with.

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This Z34 version is the sportiest Luminas (Lumini?). It’s sor the Chevelle SS of his day. What puts the meat behind the typical Lumina potatoes is a major upgrade to the mechanical components, including a 3.4-liter V6 engine with 210 horsepower. Tensioned FE3 suspension and four-wheel disc brakes. A five-speed Getrag was available on the modelhowever, this car shakes the four-speed 4T60 automatic.

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Wrapping it all up is a body that has a characteristicrevised bumpers, grille and shutters, along with rear spoiler and airways in the hood so that the engine can take over the weather report first hand. The model-specific alloys round off the appearance of the package.

The interior of the Z34 also underwent some upgrades, with beautifully reinforced bucket seats and a three-spoke leather wheel with leather upholstery.

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Just like yesterday’s Miata, this Lumina comes to us in seemingly excellent form and with very few miles below its belt. According to the advertisement, tThe total number of hats is only 49,750. The same ad It also advertises the car as “MECHANICAL A1” Updates noted includes a new A / C compressor and, paradoxically, a K&N cold air intake. Fortunately, the factory box is provided in the trunk for easy modification the brim of your hat no is enough level for the K&N unit.

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The car is presented in Bright Aqua over a gray fabric interior and while the seller advises that the color is not perfect, it looks pretty good in the photos. The interior is claimed to be very clean, with little wear on the floor mats that reduce the overall look. Obviously, wThe hat allowed the car to last so long in such a beautiful form it was a life spent in a private collection. According to the ad, the history of the car includes a long presence in this collection during what time it was just is driven sporadically.

Now he is back in the game with a clear title and the seller’s claim that he would make a wonderful cruise on the weekend or comfortable daily guide.

With all this in mind, let’s now discuss the asking price of this $ 7,500 Lumina. The seller says it’s negotiable, but we’re not here to bother, we’re here to judge! So you judge away.

Do you think this hot Lumina is worth the $ 7,500? Or maybe it’s not like you’s paying that much a very bright idea?

You decide!

Long Island, New York, Craigslistor go here if the ad disappears.

H / T on Whatsupdohc for the connection!

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