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Yes and we both know that later 74+ S30z's in Japan are often quite a bit cheaper than the early stuff that gets a Premium price.

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1970 Fairlady Z-L

 

https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/l419011562

 

Currently at: 3,500,001 yen (~$43k AUD) with 12 bids and 11 days to go.

 

Hood/Bonnet has a bit of a dip at the front... indication of a front-end nudge.

 

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Lovely car, lots of JDM tax applied, if this is the actual selling price.

 

8,000,000 yen
(AU$97,920.00)

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Nice 71.

https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/w209385640

 

Current price:

3,600,000 yen
(AU$44,064.00)

 

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rare 1971 S30 Fairlady Z L28 certified car 3.1L 

 
■ Showa until the 46-year inspection 31 years October 5, 
 
■ engine content L28 3.1L specification 
 
        Kameari 89φ piston 
 
        LD crank 
 
        OER50 carburetor 
 
        Kameari Desubikitto 
 
        oil cooler 
 
        gasoline cooler 
 
        Kameari such as length octopus foot 
 
        tower bar, muffler Lowdown 
 
        R200 differential LSD 
 
        Watanabe, 15 inches 195 / 50R15 225 / 50R15 
 
■ by all means, please check the current car. It is an exhibition from the Sakai City, Osaka Prefecture. 
 
■ will be charged recycling fee 6420 yen separately. 
 
■ car tax thank you in monthly installments. 
 
■ Questions thank you.

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They are just trying to do their own take on the Singer 911 by the look. I think if you want a full house restoration with a big hp stroker AND get someone else to do all the work, the money sounds about right to me. RockyAuto have been doing this for decades and charging this money.

 

I think you need to re-read the ad, it's not even for one specific car.

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Yeah if you want bespoke you gotta pay the price.

 

Comparing prices with mass produced products and those that are bespoke 1 off prices is not an apples to apples comparison.

 

If someone wants a custom S30z it's because they want a custom S30z. Not because they are thinking about what else their money will buy.

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How cool is this rig?

https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-cars/nissan/auction-1473204604.htm?rsqid=cdcd61086b29451c9dc1b13bcea33c70

 

Nissan Gloria HA30 1969

 

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The only HA30 Nissan Gloria in the country. 

Full ground up rebuild. 

Engine is the very much sort after N42 L28 Nissan straight six that came out of a later model 280zx turbo, engine has been converted to side draft carbs. 

Has 5 speed gear box. 

Engine has had over $10,000 put into it. 

Head has been port matched and polished, Mild cam, Flat top pistons. 

Currently running at around 200hp at the flywheel or 160hp at the wheels. 

Has had new triple carbs installed from pro carb in AUS. 

Has all new suspension built by autolign with adjustable coil overs in the rear and new bushes in the front end. 

Colour is the same as the Nissan GTR - Titanium, there is some paint also available with the car. 

Currently running on 17 in american racing torq thrust II mags with american branded general tires. Replacement cost for these wheels would be $7500-$8000 if bought in NZ 

Also comes with the original 14 inch steelies. 

There is also a number of parts sourced from japan like a new front bumper, rear bumper pieces and tail lights. 

 

Great car to drive and this is used as a daily driver. 

 

You get a lot of looks and comments when driving this car around. 

Also sounds amazing due to the big exhaust exiting out the side and during summer its great to listen to with the windows down. 

 

Those who know about this car know to find one in this condition out of Japan you would be looking at $25k + just to purchase.

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Fairlady Z (280) - 2 seater (S130Z)
https://www.trademe.co.nz/motors/used-cars/nissan/auction-1494067279.htm?rsqid=96a2b16b224a4df8b9d53ef3520a14e9

Starting bid: $10k
Buy it now: $15k

 

 

1979 Datsun 280Z Model S130 two seater sports coupe with personalised plate TWO80Z. 

A project car, no warrant or rego, just waiting for someone to complete. 
 
whale tail, front spoiler and 14x7 SSR 245X50 (front) 265x50 (back) Brand new carpet kit .been garaged for 18 years and only rained on three times. Electric mirrors moved from front guards to doors. Motorsports steering wheel. 
Nolathane bushes throughout, stainless steel break lines. 
 
2.8 litre engine with headers and 2.5in exhaust system. 
Link G4 Storm engine management system with wasted spark setup. 
Turbo distributor and oil pump with crank angle sensor. 
Recored radiator with Craig Davis fan linked to engine management system. 
Big Bore Webber throttle body, Kelford cam and adjustable sprocket. 
Custom air intake and Planet fuel rail with 390cc injectors. Bosch motorsport fuel pump. 
Brass button clutch and R200 limited slip diff. Oil catch can. 
 
Extensive spares, including heads (x2), diff, pistons, rings, turbo manifold, turbo, LD28 crank and rods, headlight covers, and spare factor alloys (x4) and SSR 15x7 (x4). Many other spares, loo many to list. 
Car is stored in Masterton and viewing can be arranged by emailing seller.

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And have fading eyesight...

Lovely car, lots of JDM tax applied, if this is the actual selling price.

 

8,000,000 yen

(AU$97,920.00)

Alan do you know if these cars are legitimately selling for these prices? The early Fairlady Z-L I was a little surprised it sold that high, but I know values have been moving up.

 

But on the flip side I see some S30Z's struggle above $50k (which often look like better value). I've seen a few auctions where I question the bidding (kind of like eBay), but is a good early Fairlady Z-L now worth close to $100K AUD?

 

It makes me wonder why a car like Albert's HS30 00675 doesn't appeal to a Japanese buyer?

https://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/datsun/240z/datsun-240z-1971/7296647

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Alan do you know if these cars are legitimately selling for these prices? The early Fairlady Z-L I was a little surprised it sold that high, but I know values have been moving up.

 

But on the flip side I see some S30Z's struggle above $50k (which often look like better value). I've seen a few auctions where I question the bidding (kind of like eBay), but is a good early Fairlady Z-L now worth close to $100K AUD?

 

It makes me wonder why a car like Albert's HS30 00675 doesn't appeal to a Japanese buyer?

https://www.pistonheads.com/classifieds/used-cars/datsun/240z/datsun-240z-1971/7296647

If you have gone to the effort to restore a car to a high level, why would you not spend the extra $100.00 and replace the green dash vents ? This small detail would make this car look perfect.

 

Maybe I am too critical.

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Maybe, maybe not. The car deserves to be displayed with the Topy's and hubcaps. ???? As nice as those wolfrace wheels look. It would just add value in my opinion.

 

It's an otherwise fantastic car. Interior hasn't been restored as far as I'm aware and was left original.

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Wonder if the snow and salt has contributed to the state of this Z? Possible.

Test drive anyone?

 

Jeff

 

Edited by CBR Jeff

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https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1970-datsun-240z-17/

 

Here is 1 to watch.

 

HLS30 00305 build date 11/69.

 

Great combo in my opinion 903 Blue with Blue Interior.

 

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This 1970 Datsun 240Z was acquired by the seller 20 years ago and is equipped with its original 2.4-liter straight-six and a 4-speed manual gearbox. The car is described as largely complete with solid rockers and repairable rust. According to the chassis plate, the car was manufactured in November 1969 and was originally finished in Universal Blue. This 240Z is now being offered with a clean California title.

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This looks like an ex-AU market car, HS30 (but also has a NDSOC sticker on rear window).

https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/x520201695

 

Buyout Price
500,000 yen
(AU$5,965.00)

 

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Fairlady Z S30 S31 HS30 PS30 432 240Z state Good floor without documents Nashi omission restoration part picking Body

 
Fairlady is a body without a document of Z (240Z). There shortage parts? Body of state I think good. It becomes Arumihoiru different wheel. If a successful bid and ask is this to pick up a no claim no return. You can pick-up with a fork. Please cancel 10,000 yen Please bear after a successful bid.

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Has a NDSOC sticker on rear window).

https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/x520201695

 

 

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For comparison on my car, same sticker.

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Hard to know it's exact number without the full chassis code (unblurred) but of the HS30's I have recorded in that range. The 1 I know of being 904 white is HS30 01168 so my guess is that it's potentially around that number.

 

HS30 01168 below. (It was on CarSales recently).

https://photos.app.goo.gl/OeeZHf9h8JgojWR93

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https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/m233619636

 

72 Fairlady Z

 

Current bid:

1,000,000 yen
(AU$11,930.00)

 

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1972-type Fairlady Z S30 vertical heat ray restore base vehicle documents with the type S30 purchase breaks the prime mover L28 is does not need to be modified application   

 
1972-type Fairlady Z S30 vertical heat ray restore base vehicle documents with the type S30 purchase breaks the prime mover L28 is does not need to be modified application
Because it is Don grounds best regards in the promise of 3N only person who can pick up at the loading
Only those who can transfer the settlement can be contacted within 24 hours, please. We earnestly engine, also hole out also interior there Manshi rust open
It does not answer all the silly questions.
Exhibition is Mie Prefecture.
 
 
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correction Don grounds is because the engine, mission, Please note that the interior does not have any. 
 
(2017 December 28, 12 hours 02 minutes addition)
frame number is hidden because it is processed mosaic but we have embossing normally.

 

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Dont have time to post photos tonight....

 

1972 DATSUN 240Z PACE CAR US$44,900.00

 

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Location: Farmingdale, New York, 11735
Stock #: 1066
VIN #: HLS3079282
Mileage: 13465
Transmission: Manual
Exterior: Blue/White

Interior: Dark Red

 

https://www.hemmings.com/classifieds/cars-for-sale/datsun/240z/1929230.html

 

1972 DATSUN 240Z PACE CAR for sale. Motorcar Classics is pleased to present this 1972 Datsun 240Z Pace Car. In 1972 Datsun specially prepared two 1972 240Z cars to be used as the Official Pace Car(s) for the Third Annual "California 500" held on Sept. 3, 1972. It was standard practice to build two " Official Pace Cars " for an event. One would be used for promotional purposes. It would be driven around town, used for photo sessions and then presented to the winner of the race. A second car would be prepared to actually "Pace" the race. This second car usually would have it's suspension and power-train modified for higher performance, to assure that it could perform the on-track functions of a Pace Car. (that is to keep ahead of the pack of cars it was pacing ). Having thus been modified, it could no longer be Smog Certified for use on the highways. Thus the need of having one for "Show" and one for "GO". Fifty 240Z Official Pace Cars were built and delivered to Southern California Datsun Dealers Official Pace Cars during the ceremonies officially opening the " California 500 " at Ontario Motor Speedway. The foregoing information is credited to the enthusiasts and historians at the web site zhome.com, who have researched the history of these Pace Cars and who say that only one of the 50 duplicate O.M.S. Pace Cars has been found, and the sole survivor is the car we have to offer you.This 1972 Official OMS Pace Car Duplicate is at present the only known survivor. One of Fifty originally produced by Nissan Motors to commemorate the DATSUN 240Z being selected by the Ontario Motor Speedway to Pace the 1972 "U.S.A.C. California 500 Championship". This car was originally purchased from Gillian Datsun in Inglewood, CA. It was driven until the early 80's with its original O.M.S. livery. The original owner tired of the graphics and painted it with a Jaguar Burgundy then drove it until the mid 80's when it was stored away. The car was pulled out of storage and sold to a friend of the owner in 2007, who began its restoration. Photos show layers of paint being peeled away revealing the original O.M.S. Blue and White colors from 1972. The car in our showroom is this car complete with the 500RACE California license plates and frames. The car is nearly complete with the exception of a few bits of trim, and we would characterize it as being in #3 condition. It is rust-free and mechanically sound. Serious offers are invited. As reference materials, we can offer two links to the zhome.com documentation. Below each link is the full URL which can be copied and pasted into your browser as not all of our advertising venues support live links.The 1972 OMS Pace Car http://zhome.com/Racing/PaceCars.htmLocatingThe Remaining OMS Pace Car Duplicateshttp://zhome.com/Racing/OMSDuplicates.htm

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