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Also that bracket on the inner skirt near the engine bay inspection light makes me think its not an early car or has had panels replaced.

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Definitely had a major front end replacement on that green 240Z.  It has a 260Z front end. That bracket is for mounting the charcoal canister for the 260Z emissions systems.

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Chasis number 1036, and yes you are right it did have a front ender and had an l28. I was offered the car but it was a big project and had been under water. good luck to the new owner, it was still a cheap 240z.

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1973 Datsun 240Z
$12,000.00 Negotiable
Collingwood Park QLD 4301
 
 
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Hmm, if I had plenty of money I would love to get this 240, after all I can't just have one purple zed.

Nah but the price has been dropped to $11,500

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Hmm, if I had plenty of money I would love to get this 240, after all I can't just have one purple zed.

Nah but the price has been dropped to $11,500

 

I think the price needs to come down a bit more before that sells.

 

Theres a nice looking 260Z for $10,000.  If I had the money I'd be after that.  It's an auto, but thats easily remedied.

 

http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/croydon/cars-vans-utes/1976-datsun-260z-coupe-2-seater/1091185950

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Here is another "It was a good idea at the time" project for someone.

http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/langwarrin/cars-vans-utes/datsun-240z-convertable/1091439386

 

It looks like an early 240z (71) chassis number not listed. You'll need a roof turret, some rear 1/4 panels and a "Ledge" to put this 1 right.

 

Asking $8,000.00 Negotiable

Langwarrin, VIC

 

Says it's unregistered.

 

If anyone calls, please get the chassis number.

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1971 240z convertible, in average condition, some paint flaking and a few rust bubbles but overall in reasonable condition.

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Yeah it's an odd 1, last few 240z's that have been listed (3 this last week) have all been taken down within a couple of hours. Is there a mad rush on? FOMO (Fear of Missing Out) ?

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Ad is back up.

 

If the rest of the car is straight and relatively minor rust I could see $8k being a good price with a view to putting the lid back on it. I'd be interested to know what number it is.

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OK - I admit that there is something VERY wrong with me.......... but I kinda like the convertible look.  I've seen some shocking conversions (of other cars) before but this one at face value appears to have been semi-reasonably executed.

 

 

 

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Yeah i'm in the same boat and it looks fairly clean however if I bought it I would put the roof back on it. I wonder what condition the body is like?

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Here is another "It was a good idea at the time" project for someone.

http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/langwarrin/cars-vans-utes/datsun-240z-convertable/1091439386

 

It looks like an early 240z (71) chassis number not listed. You'll need a roof turret, some rear 1/4 panels and a "Ledge" to put this 1 right.

 

Asking $8,000.00 Negotiable

Langwarrin, VIC

 

Says it's unregistered.

 

If anyone calls, please get the chassis number.

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http://www.viczcar.com/forum/topic/8003-1971-datsun-240z-convertible-for-sale-registered-until-feb-2012/

 

Is this the same car?

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It certainly appears to be:

 

Motor is original, low count 251 off the production line with matching numbers.  It does need a tune.

 

 

So it actually sounds like not a bad deal for someone looking to restore it. HS30 00251 with matching numbers L24 perhaps? Interesting...good find.

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It certainly appears to be:

 

 

So it actually sounds like not a bad deal for someone looking to restore it. HS30 00251 with matching numbers L24 perhaps? Interesting...good find.

I would honestly love a convertible S30, I know it isn't original and I would probably end up restoring it but hey, there's no rush to put a top on  ;)

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From Facebook:

 

https://www.facebook.com/groups/DatsunClassifiedsAustralia/?fref=nf

 

 

Datsun 260Z 2+2, good solid restoration project, slight rust but not the usual rust buckets that you see. has been living under a tarp outside for years, hence the surface rust on the roof, motor is seized, but there is another L series to go with it. To many projects means it has to go, call me on 0413215075.Located Port Lincoln SA

 

Price is $3000, sorry forgot to put it in the description !!

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From Gumtree:

http://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/hermit-park/cars-vans-utes/1977-datsun-260z-coupe/1091731994

"$3900

 

NO RUST

STRAIGHT BODY

NEEDS REPSPAY BUT WOW THIS CAR IS A LOOKER FOR A COLLECTOR

ORIGINAL UNTOUCHED

WITH LOG BOOK

AND RUST PROOF CERTIFICATE DATED 1977

ORIGINAL MAGS

TWIN CARBIES

NEW TYRES

NO ROAD WORTHY

MOTOR RUNS PERFECT

162HP ON THE ENGINE PLATE

5 SPEED NEEDS NEW EXAUST FEW MINOR THINGS RWC

ORIGINAL INTERIOR"

These S30's are popping up a lot nowadays!

Meanwhile, I'm looking for a ZX haha

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