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Wonder what car that steering wheel came from.

 

I like the colour.

Looks like a stanza or 200B steering wheel  Any way its a shame as it spoils the car would be first thing a change on it

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Looks like a stanza or 200B steering wheel  Any way its a shame as it spoils the car would be first thing a change on it

 

I owned a Sunny years ago with the same steering wheel as well.  Must have been in a few dattos of that era (mine was a 79 from memory)

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Agree with Andy, looks like the wheel from a Sunny B310 (and possibly others)

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https://www.facebook.com/marketplace/item/198745147427637

"1976 260z (2 seater) $35,000

Recently resprayed. Extensive bodywork done to eradicate rust. Manual Transmission conversion.
Recently installed exhaust extractors. In running condition.
Due to financial reasons I am no longer able to maintain and fully restore.
Always garaged. Regretful sale. Car exterior is in tip top condition however interior needs work.
Outstanding work to complete:
New parts required.
Rubber kit Carpet kit required.

Parts required to be reinstalled.
Air intake Interior plastic vinyl trimmings including centre console.
Driver and passenger door trimming
Rear bumperbar

Parts to be fixed
Locking mechanism for Driver and Passenger door and hatch.

Few nuts and bolts missing here and there.

For someone whose mechanically minded all of the above mentions aren't really that complex to fix. Its just a matter of patients and time."

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*Based on the VIN, I personally do not think this is a '74 model, but hey, I am no expert

1974 260 2+2 $28,500

https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/Datsun-260Z-1974/SSE-AD-5503485/?Cr=0

"1974 Datsun  260Z    in superb condition throughout.

Vin GRS30010118     with original Engine #L26141289     

This is an excellent example of this highly sought-after classic Datto.
Good solid, reliable and fast appreciating .
Well maintained, and well presented. Very good paint and interior.  Near new tyres.
Always attracts attention, much admired.
Less than 10,000 kilometers since engine re-conditioned.

Driving perfectly having been maintained to a high standard continuously.
We drove this exciting sports car back to NSW from Perth in 2016 without any problems whatsoever.
Very positive drive, steering, brakes and suspension all in great shape.
Very desirable manual gearbox. Gearbox and clutch operate flawlessly.

Nothing to do just get in and enjoy.

More photos will be provided.

NSW historic Registration not transferable. Previously registered in Victoria and West Australia."

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3 hours ago, OdinZ said:

*Based on the VIN, I personally do not think this is a '74 model, but hey, I am no expert

1974 260 2+2 $28,500

https://www.carsales.com.au/private/details/Datsun-260Z-1974/SSE-AD-5503485/?Cr=0

"1974 Datsun  260Z    in superb condition throughout.

Vin GRS30010118     with original Engine #L26141289

Pretty sure GRS30's started with GRS30 000003 (Oct 1973).

Early 2+2's had the ID plate under the inspection lamp.

Then in 1974 (September onwards) it was moved to the carburetor side on it's own plate just in front on the inspection flap.

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Ah yeah, I never noticed that. 
I looked at GRS30-000667 (07/74) 2 years ago and the compliance plate was in that spot, and I believe the ID plate was there, but well faded, where the inspection light should be.

I own 11162 (07/76), and that has both plates on the carbie/battery side, inspection light has also moved over there

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I also think the vented bonnet didn't come in until late 75 (76/77 really) but possible that was changed.

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Yeah I don't really pay attention to the bonnets any more. 000667 had a vented bonnet, but mine doesn't...

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1973 DATSUN 240Z (LHD)

Negotiable - All offers over $30K will be considered

Bentleigh, Victoria

https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/bentleigh/cars-vans-utes/1973-datsun-240z/1187414487

"Here for sale we have a 1973 Datsun 240Z. This car has a real following and does not need an introduction. These cars are becoming quite scarce and you won’t find a cheaper 240Z, especially in this condition!

This car is a genuine Californian car. It has the original Californian number plate, purchase documents, owners manual, warranty manual, service manual and receipts from work carried out back from 1973 and all importation documentation.

It starts first time, every time and does not blow smoke. However it does need some tender love and care. Car is sold as is. With a bit of attention this car will come up a real treat and worth a lot more! Truely a collectible piece.

I also have a few spare parts such as front splitter, wheel arch flares and steering rack for RHS conversion, quarter panel and other bits and pieces that I am willing to sell separately."
 

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