Chassis # WBAEJ1341YAH60208 Engine # N/A Finished In Brilliant Colors of Silver over Red Only 12,170 Miles From New Offered With Both Tops, Books, Tools, Tonneau & Accessories An Investment Grade Example Details In 1997 the Z07 Concept was introduced at the Tokyo Auto Show, and with overwhelming interest it was quickly put into production as the Z8 (known internally as the E52). Launched in Europe in 1999, then in the US in 2000, nearly 5,703 examples would be produced with only 2,543 units destined for the US Market from 2000-2003. Penned by Henrik Fisker (later the Head of Design for both Aston Martin and Fisker Automotive), the Z8 has an overwhelming similarity to the 507 of 1956-1959. It evokes a sense of timelessness like it’s 507 predecessor and has design elements that gave a classic look with creature comforts of the most basic nature to conform to what really is the ultimate driving machine. The Z8 Offered few colors and options, but it was done to keep the vintage appeal pure while not spoiling any of the perfect lines of a long bonnet two-seated sports car. Z8’s aren’t necessarily rare, but with the rising market tide there has been quite a bit of interest and realizatio
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