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1971 Datsun Z-Series

Sale price: $US $8,400.00 make an offer
Last update: 08.02.2017

Sale type: Fixed price listing

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Manufacturer: Datsun
Model: Z-Series
Year: 1971
Mileage: 999,999
Transmission: Manual
Fuel Type: Gasoline
Vehicle Title: Clear
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1971 Datsun Z-Series for sale

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Helping my friend sell his car. he's not on the internet so i'm listing it here for him and will do my best to answer questions or get the answers from him.  

He bought this Z several years ago from a gentleman that spent 20K dollars rebuilding/restoring various parts of this car.   He paid for the paint. custom stroker engine build. suspension. cooling. seats etc.   Basically did a lot of stuff to the car and then found out he had cancer and had to stop the project.

  My friend bought the car from him and finished reassembling as much of it has he had parts to do.   Things like the windows. door panels. weatherstripping. door handles. emblems  etc.   Also. rebuilt the alternator. replaced the battery cables and fixed various wires and electrical issues. wired up the electric fans. and basically got most all of the electrical system working.  

The car looks fantastic and runs. stops and steers great.   It has tremendous power and sound.   (i've put a couple of video's on youtube which you can probably find. search under "1971 Datsun 240Z" or just email me and i'll try to send the links although ebay removes them.    The videos show it idling and driving around the block.

 The car seems very mechanically solid.   Like most cars of this vintage. there is more stuff to do if you want to finish it off.   Probably the two biggest issues are there are no bumpers and the dash is a weathered version of its former self and missing some of the original gauges.   The pictures really tell the story here and you can use your own judgement as to how much it bothers you.    Also. the paint looks great but does have a couple of flaws which are in the pics.   These are not very noticeable unless you know where they are and fixate on them but I wanted to make you aware.  

Below is a spec sheet from the former owner to my friend.   I've just copied it here for your review.   Bare in mind some of the things on the list have been finished so its a little out of date but you'll see the highlites.   

I had Rebello Racing build the engine. made it 3. 0. Here is what I have done so far. 245-250 HP as is.  

1. Rebuilt L28 engine - I paid $5000. $1000 to install it. 2. New paint job. Lotus Graphite grey. I paid $7000. A bunch a welding to bring it back. 3. New Starter 4. New 4x4 Toyota brakes. Disc. Shoes. Break lines. nbsp;
5. New Tokico struts 6. New Eibach Springs 7. Installed New Performance Suspension Bushings.
8. New battery 9. New Aluminum Radiator 10. New Roll Bar 11. New Headlights (still in box. not installed yet) 12. New Windshield Wipers (Still in box) 13. New battery cables to the alternator (still in package) 14. New Momo steering wheel and stick shift handle (still in box) 15 New 15"CenterLine Rims and Champiro 328 New Tires 16. New Performance Headers and New Muffler- The sound it makes is worth $20. 00 alone :-) 17. New Carpet 18. New inner Door panels from Nissan- (still in box).  
19. New Rack and Pinion tie-rods -Front end upgrade 20 Glass run channel (felt) Need to be installed. 21 New Upholstery 21 New Racing style seat-belts

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