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  1. Does anybody know what the c10 Skyline went for at lloyds on Saturday?
  2. curtis 240z

    1974 260z 2 seater

    I agree with Gav about the pricing of our early cars, the US are getting better prices and there were alot more LHD early 240z's produced.
  3. curtis 240z

    1974 260z 2 seater

    Thanks Gav, we think we have priced it competitively with what else is for sale at the moment. Plus I've bought back my old early red 240z so we do need the space
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    1974 260z 2 seater

    For sale is this 1974 260z 2 seater, matching numbers and in very good condition. The 260z presents well and is a good rust free car and still retains many of the original parts and original log books. Inside is in very good original condition and has an uncracked dash and the original radio, the carpets and seats still present well with no evident rips or tears. Out side the car presents well but does have a few paint blemishes which could be tidied up all the suspension still feels tight, the engine has been rebuilt and the gearbox changes smoothly. Overall the 260z is ideal for someone after a weekend driver to have fun in. Location: Byron Bay, Northern NSW Contact: 0423 660 281 Price: $35,000
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    For Sale X 2 1970 240Z

    #211 (Second car) is now $23,000 and we are open to sensible offers
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    Early Girl differences

    Fuse box cover is different
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    Early Girl differences

    Wiring harness is different
  8. curtis 240z

    Early Girl differences

    Another thing is they had plastic hooks on the side of the seats aswell.
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    Early Girl differences

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    Early Girl differences

    Attached is a link to the z shop in Melbourne from research Lindsay has done over the years. http://www.zshop.net.au/240tech.htm
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    Early Girl differences

    These are the original service books for #297 which Harry Corbett purchased brand new after test driving #4 (and before people ask he no longer owns #4) he ordered the car and took delivery not long after it had arrived.
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    Early Girl differences

    We'll stay on topic, Series 1 Aus delivered cars. It wouldn't hurt to point out the differences on the series 2 cars as well as there seems to be a cross over point with them to. Good to see everyone is learning a thing or two bout them and cracker is correct the early aus delivered cars (series 1 & 2) came out with the four screw carbies.
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    Early Girl differences

    Another one, Fibreglass headlight nose cones
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    Early Girl differences

    A mate and I were having a chat this morning who also owns a few early cars and after restoring a couple we've noticed many differences between the early cars and later model 240z's. We thought that it might be an idea to start a topic since there are a few being restored now. Differences we've noted so far: - radiator support top - Brackets that are welded onto the inner guard to support the guard - rear hatch lock down panel is split in two - Ashtray lid handle - Wire tabs in the engine bay and in the cabin - Air vent in the fascia - Map light cover - Metal radiator fan - E31 engine head - Door hinges - Rear hatch - Gearbox - Diff position - Speedo - Metal exterior badges - Rear tail lights - Seats - Centre console with hand choke and throttle - steering wheel - 4 screw carbies instead of three - some have an e31 block others have a p30 -fender mirrors that's what i've remembered so far, if we can ad to the list to get an idea on whats different with these cars.
  15. I have a feeling this is the car that was mentioned for sale on the side of the road a couple of weeks ago in Tasmania.