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Stunning Z432 in 919 yellow.

https://www.goo-net-exchange.com/usedcars/NISSAN/FAIRLADY_Z/700057058930190531001/index.html

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NISSAN FAIRLADY Z Z432
1970

Saitama Japan Tokyo Japan

2020/03/27 Up

Stock Number:0570589A30190531W001

NISSAN FAIRLADY Z Z432

¥33,000,000

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Car Price

¥33,000,000

You'll need close to $450k AUD though at today's exchange rate.

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Z432 in white, price is available on application.

https://www.goo-net-exchange.com/usedcars/NISSAN/FAIRLADY_Z/700057075330190719001/index.html

Not wearing original Topy's for some reason...

Price not disclosed.

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NISSAN
NISSAN FAIRLADY Z Z432
1970

Saitama Japan Kanagawa Japan

2019/08/15 Up

Stock Number:0570753A30190719W001

NISSAN FAIRLADY Z Z432

¥ASK

Send Inquiry Send Inquiry

Car Price

¥ASK

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It's an excellent price for an early-ish S30z tail lamp car.

At those prices it's worth restoring these cars properly. And it is a lot of work, so it's not like easy money.

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https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/q357347561
July 73 model.

Current Price
7,890,000 yen (AU $ 121,821.60)

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Fairlady Z ★ Showa 48 S30 Kai ★ One tail of the previous year ★ L28 official recognition ★ Many maintenance and tuning ★ Car inspection You can ride quickly and comfortably until July 3rd.

It's not a full restore, but it will be a very good S30z that has been tuned to leave the atmosphere of that time. The engine is in good condition and you can get on in the best season right now.
The restoration history will be unknown considering the year, but I don't think there will be any major accidents.
It is the maintenance and tuning contents that will be understood by both the former owner and me.
Body: The whole body is beautifully painted with sheet metal (the interior and engine room are as they were at the time). Under undercoat finish.
Indoor: Dashboard cover attached (dash cracked) Others are almost genuine. All instruments are working.
Engine: L28 officially certified, it turns smoothly and lightly.
L28 modified short stroke specification 89φ piston L24 crank L14 connecting rod surface polishing Kameari 75 degree A cam reinforced spring lightweight flywheel damper pulley reinforced oil pump Gold Solex 44 funnel 50mm stainless steel equal length tacoashi 42φ stainless steel one-off muffler 60φ outlet 50φ with dual volume control valve Maloney Full Tradesby WAKOZ Coil MSD Plug Cord Kameari IC Regulator Mitsuba Electromagnetic Pump Radiator OH Repainting
Drive System Differential R180 Mechanical LSD 5 Speed Mission 71B Kai (Internal 71C240 Cross Specification) Kameari Reinforced Clutch Undercarriage Kameari Front Carriage
with Rear Helper Spring Made roll center adapter Rear lower arm reinforced Satatsubar 
brake caliper: MK63
Wheel: Watanabe R type 16 inch 8.5J (2 gun metal + 2 gold plated left and right color difference) 
Tires: Yokohama / Flavor 195/55/16 (Approximately 500km after replacement with a new one in August 2019) The
front bumper is an original water car with a lower lip and longer lip than conventional products. (There is a normal bumper) The
latest maintenance of Kameari rear spoiler October 2019 It is
more than brake fluid, engine, mission, differential, oil change . However, I think that there is a mistake in the content, we can not guarantee the content The current car will be all.
If you are considering purchasing and want to check the current car, please enter your e-mail address and name with the at sign in katakana in the question column. We will contact you by email from here. (It will not be disclosed because there is no response to that.)
The payment amount will be "the highest bid + deposit of 50,000 yen until the transfer of ownership is completed".
After delivery, please make a no claim no return.

(Added 17:43 on April 4, 2020)
The mileage stated in the vehicle inspection is 68,300km in 2017 and 71,200km in 1 year. Currently it is 72,000 km (It will increase due to condition maintenance)
It will be an additional image
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( Added 18:02 on April 10, 2020) The
engine start video has been uploaded to YouTube. https://youtu.be/EPPmXM_g9Oc

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https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/r394133616

Car name: Fairlady Z
Color: White 
Year : 1976
Current Price
6,780,000 yen (AU $ 104,683.20)

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L20 modified 2.6L engine After manufacturing 4000KM
E30 block
N42 Cylinder head
camshaft 68 °
Reinforced valve spring
Solex carburetor 44Φ Nismo
heat plate
Large capacity fuel pump
Fuel delivery pipe
Fuel regulator Fuel
pressure gauge
Ultra plug code
MSD
Wako Technical Super Z Coil
factor Exhaust manifold
Camellia steel muffler
71B breaks 71C mission
OS Giken single clutch
R200 differential
electric shock before and after harmonic drive KIT
roll center adapter
front tower bar
rear tower bar
S15 Silvia front calipers
rear Al fin drum
Stainless steel mesh brake hose
Watanabe, 15 inches wheels
front 8J × 15
, rear 8J × 15
Bridgestone Potenza RE003
-front 195 / 55-15
rear 205 / 55-15
Wanteru 
one tail garnish
Recaro operation Sekishi Door
SMITHS tachometer
RAMCO additional meter
, water temperature gauge
, oil pressure gauge

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https://page.auctions.yahoo.co.jp/jp/auction/c814513227

77 Model Fairlady Z 2 seater.

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Buy it now price: 7,272,728 yen [Tax included 8,000,000 yen] 
(Tax included AU$122,720.00)

S.52 (1977) Nissan Fairlady Z S31Z, high original degree, actual running, no restoration Black running 55460km

☆ Weber 40Φ
☆ Engine L20 normal
☆ MK63 caliper
☆ EX mani
☆ Camellia front spoiler
☆ The picture is a "genuine wood handle" , "Datsun competition handle" is also available.

☆ ★ New vehicle harmonics ★ ☆
☆ ★ New muffler ★ ☆
☆ ★ Re-seat seats New ☆ New pug code ★ ☆
☆ ★ New wheel "Watanabe F15 R16" ★ ☆
☆ ★ New tire "Dunlop Direzza" ★ ☆

[From person in charge Comment]
■ Thank you for visiting the BANKING page.
■ The Fairlady Z S31Z, which is in very good condition, has arrived.
■ Since it was made from almost normal, the originality is very high.
■ The body is superb and there is no single crack on the dashboard.
■ Also, there is no restoration history and the actual running is 55,460 km.
■ The color has been changed to black, and it is also possible to hand over all paint.
■ It's a lifetime, so it's worth seeing it once.
You can also check the current car, so we would like you to come to the store and feel the goodness of this car with your own eyes.
■ Also, I will shoot the engine room and engine sound in the video.
Eyes and ears I hope you can experience the goodness of this car.
■ We look forward to all the staff.

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15 minutes ago, DattoZ said:

My Goodness! This would be my ultimate version of the s30 vehicles. I hope it goes to a good home.

I don't want to be too harsh here, but what exactly are people swooning at here? It's a nice car but it is nothing, nothing like a Works rally car, let alone the '71 East African Safari Rally winning car. It's not really much more than a paint and stickers job with a few fabricated add-ons.

Do people understand just how special the Works cars were? I don't think they do.

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3 hours ago, HS30-H said:

I don't want to be too harsh here, but what exactly are people swooning at here? It's a nice car but it is nothing, nothing like a Works rally car, let alone the '71 East African Safari Rally winning car. It's not really much more than a paint and stickers job with a few fabricated add-ons.

Do people understand just how special the Works cars were? I don't think they do.

Nah not harsh at all,  I just love seeing the old rally builds of these cars. It's interesting to see owners build "Tribute" cars.

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Well I for one would be proud to own it. Someone has gone to a great deal of trouble with all the decals & graphics.

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Do people understand just how special the Works cars were? I don't think they do.

How could we, unless we saw them being built. But we can still appreciate their history and tribute cars keep that history alive and not confined to museums.

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12 hours ago, HS30-H said:

I don't want to be too harsh here, but what exactly are people swooning at here? It's a nice car but it is nothing, nothing like a Works rally car, let alone the '71 East African Safari Rally winning car. It's not really much more than a paint and stickers job with a few fabricated add-ons.

Do people understand just how special the Works cars were? I don't think they do.

Hi Alan

What is the most accurate resource for reading out there at the moment?

Thanks

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13 minutes ago, gilltech said:

Well I for one would be proud to own it. Someone has gone to a great deal of trouble with all the decals & graphics.

How could we, unless we saw them being built. But we can still appreciate their history and tribute cars keep that history alive and not confined to museums.

I wish I could lead you by the hand and show you *The Real Thing* whilst pointing out the hundreds, if not thousands, of details that went into them.

Honestly, I think you'd be in awe. As I always am.

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6 minutes ago, Ponyo240z said:

What is the most accurate resource for reading out there at the moment?

There isn't one. 

I sometimes post about them here, or on classiczcars, and try to do them justice but - to be brutally frank - if you could see *The Real Thing* it would tell you much more than I could ever witter on about.

So, if you can, try to get near to a real one and marvel at the work that went into it.

 

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I have to say this is one of the best looking zeds I have ever seen.  The stance of this car is perfect and the photography is very nice.

Talking about photography, is there anyone in Sydney that can take photos like shown in the BAT auction.

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