Up for auction is a 1979 Nissan 280ZX with a 350 Chevy conversion and ground effects package. My brother bought this car in Virginia (with my money!!) as a cool project. and did a lot of work on it until loosing his garage. I brought the car here to Las Vegas where it is currently located. but I just have too many other projects. and do not have the time or resources to complete this Z. As stated above. the car has a clear Virginia title. and is registered (with a Virginia tag). insured. and occasionally driven. The 350 conversion was complete when my brother bought the car. and appears to have been professionally well done. The car really pulls strong. The motor has camelback double hump heads. a 2-row 1 1/4 inch aluminum radiator with electric fan. transmission cooler. crane roller rockers. electric fuel pump. Holly single pump dual feed 3310 750cfm carb. GM HEI distributor. chrome alternator and bracket and water pump pully. polished aluminum 350Z valve covers. Edelbrock performer intake. and headers with glass packs. The car also has 4 wheel disc brakes. and Hankook Ventos V4ES tires that look to be almost new. a B&M Star shifter. Panasonic stereo. and a newly professionally re-covered dash with all new Autometer gauges (the gauges alone were over $1000). The car fires right up. runs. drives and stops as it should. I would rate the paint as a 6 on a scale of 1 to 10. but it hasn't been color sanded or buffed. and I think that would get it up to a 7 or 8. The seats. door panels. and headliner are in good shape. and the carpet looks to be fairly recent. The interior is missing some plastic pieces. but I think that the parts that I have taken a separate picture of will cover most of what is needed. There is no heater or A/C. The underside of the car shows some rust. and the frame rails have the typical ZX rot and need work. I just noticed that the rear tail lights and turn signals do not work. but I will try to fix these if I have a few minutes. since they were working a couple of months ago. As mentioned. the Autometer gauges are all new. and work properly except for the fuel gauge and the speedometer. I think there is a sender issue with the fuel gauge. and I do not know why the speedo doesn't work since everything appears to be proper. I listed the mileage as zero because the odometer did not work when my brother bought the car. and the actual mileage is unknown. The new Autometer odometer currently reads zero. There is no spare tire. My cell phone number is 770-330-8539 (Jerry) if you have any questions. There is no reserve after the low opening bid (the gauges and dash are worth the opening bid). which means this Z is gonna sell. A $250 deposit is required within 24 hours after the auction end. and payment in full with car pickup is required within 7 days of the auction end. Thanks for looking and good luck bidding.
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