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1991 Nissan Fairlady Z [Z32]

1991 Nissan Fairlady Z [Z32] in Kill Bill: Vol. 1, Movie, 2003 IMDB

Class: Cars, Coupé — Model origin: JP

1991 Nissan Fairlady Z [Z32]

Position 01:03:17 [*][*][*] Vehicle used by a character or in a car chase

Comments about this vehicle

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n2o

2004-08-30 23:43

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g mal lu ... C bien une 300ZX desole

greggy59

2005-01-27 14:53

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je confirme j'ai la même voiture.....

c'est bien une nissan 300zx

Exiv96 BE

2005-12-27 17:32

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300ZX (Z32).

Winnipeg240sx

2006-01-22 18:29

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Japanese Fairladay Z 300zx (Z32 VG30DETT)

truckkingstu US

2007-01-11 03:33

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I own this car, it is for sale...$7500 USD / truckkingstu@netzero.com

G-MANN UK

2007-07-25 02:01

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[Image: killbillnissan3fs6.793.jpg] [Image: killbillnissan2gp4.7739.jpg]

Wampa-One US

2008-04-02 21:46

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1990-94 based on gray strip in front fascia. I think I can see a Nissan logo on the fascia as well, so that would make it 1991-94

Dreamster US

2008-10-29 05:36

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Car was given to Tarantino after the film. He went to have it smogged (impossible) and it ended up in a Customs bust. Anybody who says they have this car is mistaken.

EYKEY 47 PL

2008-11-24 00:15

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this isnt a 300ZX its a Japanese Fairlady Z ...They'r Right

G-MANN UK

2009-06-15 19:49

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At the end of the film after the battle with O-Ren Ishii and her Crazy 88, the Bride (Uma Thurman) puts a now one-armed Sofie in the boot of her car and dumps her outside a hospital.

[Image: killbillboot1.5769.jpg]

Although we see the Bride driving her Nissan when she drops her off at the hospital, in the scene with the shots of Sofie in the boot and her POV looking up at the Bride from inside the boot (every Tarantino film features a shot like this), it looks like some sedan was used instead:

[Image: killbillboot2.126.jpg] [Image: killbillboot3.9265.jpg] [Image: killbillboot4.9450.jpg]

kazimann IE

2009-07-06 17:01

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You're right, the JDM versions of these were Fairlady Z's.

specialK9 US

2010-12-29 23:08

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Dreamster I saw that car for sale on a online customs auction,it said it was for sale for export only so you are correct about the customs part but are mistaken about the rest

-- Last edit: 2010-12-29 23:08:34

truckkingstu2 US

2012-12-08 20:05

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Thanks specialK9, you are correct, I bought this at a GSA Government sale, after Tarentino had surrendered the car..I bought it with the stipulation that it was not to be registered ever in the USA for street use, although private ownership and use is permitted..did not HAVE to be exported, just couldn't be registered- VIN was killed. I sold this to a movie buff in Texas where it is part of his collection of movie cars..Dreamster- check your facts before you embarass yourself again...

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