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I'm interested to know what price these are selling for as the page only says name your price? Or does that mean they are to be auctioned?

I think it's the Japanese version of POA in my opinion.

 

Yeah POA or Price on Application, if you're in the market for one of these I'd suspect you have a rough idea of their worth. The last 432 went to auction for $253,000 USD.

 

http://www.rmauctions.com/lots/lot.cfm?lot_id=1072399

 

The modified 1 is harder to price and the barn-find will really depend on it's condition and rust, it's history and originality. I do wonder where the proper wheels went though, looks like when it was moved they swapped the wheels. It should have the same wheels as the first green 907 car.

 

They'd have to go for more than $100k easily based on other sales yeah?

I love the dark green one the most

 

Yes except maybe the white 1? Who knows what the asking price on that is. Which green 1? There is 2 different ones.

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Another PS30 for sale.

http://page4.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/d170712439

 

Bids start at: 19,800,000 yen. ~220,000 $AUD

 

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Bad translation.

Fairlady Z432

First registration year / 1970

Format / PS30

Vehicle inspection / May 29

Color / silver metallic

It becomes the vehicle that has been full restoration in the famous shop in the Kanto. After working in full blast processing, the floor under has been the all painting is subject subjected to anti-rust paint.

Of course, and rubbers such packing Bush such as Bush-weather strip also gives the finish in all exchange.

In addition, dashboard center console and interior products and electrical equipment also has been replaced with a new one.

S20 engine K3

Def R192 built

There is no running after restore.

 

The current car is located in Toyohashi, Aichi Prefecture. Toyohashi Station (Shinkansen · JR Tokaido Line, Meitetsu) walk 5 minutes

Because it is expensive vehicle then we recommend that you check the current car. Check the current car as you thank you contact us in advance.

It will land transportation cost separately. a check here. Different normal model and the amount of money.

Various cost. It will include the vehicle successful bid price. (Consumption tax, automobile tax, weight tax) will be registered refund after the end it will be entrusted 50,000 yen as a deposit until the end.

Details Photos

http://30d.jp/stuff/25

Since it sells also in the shop, there is also a case of sold out Please note

http://www.auto-adviser-stuff.com

 

More photos here:

http://30d.jp/stuff/25

 

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I didn't think the 432 had a normal tank, i though they had the 110l tank and spare wheel in the boot

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I didn't think the 432 had a normal tank, i though they had the 110l tank and spare wheel in the boot

 

You're confusing the 432-R (PS30-SB) and the 432 (PS30) models. Quite different.

 

Read more here.

http://www.gtr.co.uk/forum/236658-1969-nissan-s20-twin-cam-engine-rebuild.html

http://www.classiczcars.com/topic/45444-genuine-ps30-sb-fairlady-z432-r-refresh-story-in-gallery/

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Actually what was the reason they discontinue this engine and put single cam 2.4?

 

They didn't. The 432 and 432-R were sold alongside L20A and L24 engined models.

 

S20-engine was discontinued due to politics (both internal and external), economics and war.

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They didn't. The 432 and 432-R were sold alongside L20A and L24 engined models.

 

S20-engine was discontinued due to politics (both internal and external), economics and war.

 

Thanks... the difference between ps30 and hs30 is only the engine? Is there anything else? I read some where back then normal L20 was selling around ¥900k and ps30 ¥1.8m.

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Thanks... the difference between ps30 and hs30 is only the engine? Is there anything else?

 

Hundreds of small differences between PS30 and HS30, but they are the things that make the difference...... if you see what I mean.

 

Major component differences - apart from engine, bellhousing, differential, engine crossmember - may appear on paper to seem quite small, but replicating a PS30 or - even more so - a PS30-SB is not just a matter of bolting an S20 engine into an early-ish S30-series Z body. 

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The restored white 1973 240Z that I referred to in post #127 (July 21, 2015) reached £25,099.00 (AU$53,567.12) on eBay (UK) with the reserve not being met.

 

This was the US market car that had been converted to RHD and beautifully restored.

 

It also came with a personal recommendation from HS30-H;

I've driven this car, an can vouch for it being a really beautiful car. Top notch work. A lovely thing.

 

I hope it goes to a good home.

 

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http://sfbay.craigslist.org/sby/cto/5147382595.html

 

Clean looking 72 240z on Craigslist USA. Asking $13,000 USD

 

Colour appears to be 901 Silver, I still can't love it but it does look good on this car.

 

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This is a beautiful California 1972 Datsun 240Z , L24 engine , Automatic Transmission, Runs & Looks Nice, Handles very well, No Rust, Second Owner

 

Car always starts, sound strong & powerful, Transmission is smooth, No oil leaks, No smoke, Never let me down......

 

EXTERIOR: Nice original Silver paint that is 6 months old - Base coat/Clear coat by DuPont-Top quality paint, NO ACCIDENT, NO RUST , New Emblems.

 

INTERIOR: Super Clean , New carpet, New seat covers, New Headliner, All new rubber weather strips , New front & Rear windshield rubber gasket seals .....

 

UNDER THE HOOD: Clean & Original condition as shown in the pictures.

 

UNDERCARRIAGE & TRUNK: Clean No rust

 

TIRES / WHEELS / BRAKES: Original Slotted Wheels with all good tires, Has Disc Brakes in front and are in good condition.

 

SUSPENSION: All new rubber bushings.

 

This is weekend car always garaged!!!

 

This is a head turning beautiful classic 240Z, REAL NICE !!!

 

You're looking at a 43 years old car which has normal wear and tear due to it age please do not expect a new car! The odometer reads 62,500 but it is really 162,500 and the motor was rebuilt at 120,000.

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TIRES / WHEELS / BRAKES: Original Slotted Wheels with all good tires

 

Now I admit I don't know Z history particularly well, but the use of the word "original" here seems misplaced ?  Possibly to counterbalance the spelling of tyres.........

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I'm curious

 

In 1971, a 240z cost $3500, and when accounting for inflation, turns into around 20k USD. A pretty good price for a performance car! Today, for that coin, all you would get would be a econo hatchback!

 

 

So how much did it cost to option up with a S20? or if that wasn't possible, how much more was the PS30 over a base model?

 

Rudi.

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Not sure where you are getting $20K USD from? I think the Australian new price is about $50,000 in today's money.

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I'm all for high zed prices, but it's just a little ambitious isn't it?

 

But it's a super low VIN number. HSL30 03176 LOL...

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Fairlady 240ZG (HS30-H)

http://www.goo-net-exchange.com/usedcars/NISSAN/FAIRLADY_Z/0120150901C4001113001/index.html

 

Looks legit in that it has most the 'correct' looking parts.

 

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Price is POA so you know it's expensive, especially when the shop selling it is called "profit" or maybe it's PRO-FIT? :)

 

Listed as a 2.4 Ltr and HS30-10****

 

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Gav, is that 240zg rear spoiler same as BRE rear spoiler?

 

Wrong question.

 

Q. Is the BRE spoiler the same as the 432-R rear spoiler? In which case I'd say yes... in that the BRE spoiler is a copy of the Nissan original designed part as first seen on the 432-R in 1969. :).

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Wrong question.

 

Q. Is the BRE spoiler the same as the 432-R rear spoiler? In which case I'd say yes... in that the BRE spoiler is a copy of the Nissan original designed part as first seen on the 432-R in 1969. :) .

 

 

I shall call him "Mini HS30-H"...

 

 

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