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#1 hazamat

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Posted 18 May 2015 - 07:02 PM

Hello,

Due to a recent/upcoming change in circumstances baby on the way (first born), i will be putting up my 1970 240z for sale but not entirely sure what's it worth?

Currently running the engine and drive train from a 1999 R34 Gtt (front cut / 26,000 km's), which took place in 2000 by Quickfit motorsport (Hornsby NSW).

The car is fully engineered (report and rego) in NSW. It runs, starts and drives amazingly, paint work is in great condition bar some rust starting to show, please bring someone if not yourself familiar with body work if you are interested. The interior has been redone and is in good condition.

*Currently registered - HS30-01309*

Receipts for pretty much everything (except for the respray).

Specs: full service <100 km's all fluids, coolant flush, filters and new plugs

Engine - stock unopened motor / standard boost (26,000 km's when transferred. Now sitting on 40,000 km's)
Nissan R34 RB25det Neo engine including ecu and wiring harness
RB25 engine mounts
Sump modified to clear cross member
5 speed RB25det gearbox and shortened tailshaft
260z diff with 3.77 center
Custom made 2 1/2" exhaust from cat back (including cat modified to suit)
Fuel cap/inlet has been modified similar to that of a motocycle - key in and twist
EFI fuel pump and surge tank - low pressure return system
Hyrdo dipped (carbon fibre look) engine cover + spare (original)
hks pod filter and custom heat shield

Suspension and brakes - all bushes have been replaced through the course of the conversion
Springs and shocks tbc oem but standard height not adjustable
Front brakes - VL turbo disc's and calipers
Rear brakes - SAAB 900 disc's and EA falcon rear calipers fitted. modified handbrake system to suit
AP racing wheels 15x6.5

Interior - blue, black and grey
Plush/fabric seats from a Honda prelude including rails - please note the seats arent faded just the lighting.
The interior has been re carpeted in navy blue
Black floor mats and headliner
Pioneer mp3 player and 6x9 speakers (removable as they are not mounted)
Rhino alarm and immobilizer
Uncracked dash
*YES that is a samurai shifter*

Exterior - paint work is in good condition - midnight blue with pearl through it.
Rear bumper has been removed and tail shaved/molded
De-badged
Under body has been coated in tar
front heatlight cover and fender's also molded

bad points - unfortunately not without its flaws
Diff will need a rebuild (hoping to sort this out if time permits or sold as is)
clock, taco and fuel gauge (original) to be replaced. I have a replacement fuel gauge and clock
Speedo needs calibration
1x rust bubble on left fender (20c) and a few rust bubbles on the rear end (above exhaust)

I have reached the photo limit, i have additional pics that i can email at request. The rust bubbles and floor pans i will wait until the weekend to snap. I will also update any additional info as i go along during the week, as this was done from memory.



Cheers


 

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#2 shime

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Posted 18 May 2015 - 07:10 PM

I dont know what it's worth but it sounds amazing. I will be watching this closely and can't wait to see the pics when they arrive.

GLWTS

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Posted 18 May 2015 - 07:57 PM

Looks nice. How long have you had the car?

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Posted 18 May 2015 - 08:03 PM

Gidday

Nice looking Z.
Whats it worth is a tough question, 15-20K ??  If the body is good under the paint, but that is really just a wild guess.

Plenty of people have been looking for 2 seaters but not sure how many want an RB25 powered one. If it was 2+2 I would come for a look.


In my opinion I would do a couple things that would help you sell.
- supply photo or other evidence of the quality of the body work done in 1999, if you have it.
- Fix as many of the little things as you can, small faults can cast a shadow over the quality of the entire car.

Good luck with the sale.



#5 hazamat

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Posted 18 May 2015 - 08:21 PM

@cozza - I've had the car about 4 months. I found out the lady is pregnant over the weekend and i don't have a daily atm, hence the reason for sale.

@pb260z - Cheers for the advice. Ill see how far the photos date back, between now and final sale i'll try and get to the little things.

@shime - cheers bud :)

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Posted 18 May 2015 - 08:40 PM

It is very hard to price without looking at it or seeing the money shots but, Just a rough guest with what you have shown if stuck on e-bay on a no reserve auction with todays market with the car sold as is, no rwc, rego, or mod plates for the seats and motor suspension and brakes I would say it would get about 12k with a lot of watches, a change of wheels, I would say 15k, if you fixed it up on the road rego and plated with wheel change and photos proof of rebuild under paint, depending how good it looked inside and engine bay, and how low the vin number is, anywhere from 25-45k depending how long you wanted to wait to find the right buyer.
Hope this gives you a guide, it would be well worth your while to fix the small things you see.

#7 hazamat

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Posted 18 May 2015 - 08:47 PM

Hi Patch,

The car is engineered for everything in NSW (for the specs provided) wheels, suspension, motor, seats etc with a engineering cert/report the report is also reflected on the rego papers

Thanks for the advice though, i think as soon as i get a chance ill get the photos updated and try to find some prior to the respray.

Cheers

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#8 Patch

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Posted 18 May 2015 - 09:02 PM

That's good then and would put the price up straight away, most people who will look at buying this and paying good money will want it turn key and drive away, the more they have to do will bring the price down, not sure if you noticed I don't think the wheels are doing anything for the car, I would have no problems paying $100 for them to use to roll my car around and use to paint the car in paint booth and throw in the bin when finished painting it, I suggest you have a look in the photo gallery and see what difference a nice set of wheels make or even see if you can swap or buy some nicer ones.

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Posted 18 May 2015 - 09:32 PM

I have an R32 gtst if you're interested 😀

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Posted 18 May 2015 - 10:32 PM

@cozza - I've had the car about 4 months. I found out the lady is pregnant over the weekend and i don't have a daily atm, hence the reason for sale.

Well I guess it's probably similar to what you paid for it. Although, considering there are so few for sale at the moment, only 1 240z and 6 260z's on Carsales, it may have gone up a bit.
As above, pending body condition, if it's good, I would be guessing 20k and up. The more photos you have of the body restoration will increase the value I think.
But, as the old saying goes, it's worth what someone is willing to pay for it.

Don't know if the wheels are dear to you but, I'm with Patch, the car would sell for more with another set of rims.

Good luck with the sale and with the new Bub.  :)
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Posted 18 May 2015 - 10:33 PM

i cant decide what body part to sell to buy this car :')

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 07:51 AM

Definitely pics of the rust patches especially will help with a valuation - it is what lurks beneath that can have an impact on your price.

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 08:28 AM

This car is easy a $20k+ car every day of the week. There are cars that have sold for $18k on here recently that had average paint L28 and triples.
Stick a different set of wheels on it and it will be easier to sell. From the info provided i would put $25k on it and see how you go.

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 08:41 AM

@Mick - I definitely now think i was premature in asking without the relevant photos but a good experience. It has also been helpful in the sense of the questions/information i need to be prepared for when i do put up a price. Its so funny, when chasing the dream of owning a 240z, i love the JDM look with flares, wantanbes etc and when i first seen this in person, it just had a way about it and decided to leave it as it. Although, i have a brand new set of Rota RKR 15x9, IMSA 3 piece spoiler and ZG flares but i didnt want to cut the fenders :(  cheers :)

@andyk - I want to pull the post until i can get more photos up but won't be able to get photo's until the weekend.

@shadowflaps - had a good chuckle at your response 

@triptych - thanks bud, at this stage just looking for a cash sale.
                                       

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 08:43 AM

I would say under 20k mark.

However there are some people who would pay more, just a mater of time.

Biggest draw back is the lack of restoration history, if you find it and post it then this zed could sell for a lot more.
Reasoning is obvious, I have been inspecting a lot of Zeds lately and I can say that 9/10 have been poor restorations without any history.

However the ones with restoration proof or original sell quickly and for a premium.

Best of luck with the sale.

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 10:13 AM

Don't give it away, you couldn't build a car like this under 20K. However I'd give away the wheels :). Don't put the flares on though, I'd find a nice set of 'period' looking wheels that fit the car nicely with stock guards.

I guess value is difficult to determine because at this stage I'm not sure if 'original' or 'restomod' is where the money is with these cars, in my opinion though it's the 'original' cars that will prevail in values. Still the advantage of this is it's user friendly.

Good luck with whatever you decide to do.



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Posted 19 May 2015 - 12:26 PM

@gav240z - thanks for the positive feedback, i had a lot of great information but seems the wheels a thing of acquired taste. Ive got a brand new set of rota's but figured if i'm selling, no point for me as i will lose on the cost of tyres etc but i guess ill see how this pans out.

also is there anyway to pause or put this ad on hold? Id rather relist in a few days when i have the relevant photos etc and sale price.

Cheers, Ash

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 12:49 PM

What a load of crap!

If thing was listed below 20k it would sell with in the week.

As long as the body is as described.

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Posted 19 May 2015 - 01:15 PM

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Posted 20 May 2015 - 08:46 PM

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