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1974 Datsun 260Z SPORTS Manual Coupe

$41,000

https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/kenilworth/cars-vans-utes/1974-datsun-260z-sports-manual-coupe/1261068999

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Restoration details as follows...
Professional bare metal repaint -
Engine is L28 .040" oversize bore - New rings and bearings and valves ground.
New oil pump and timing chain - Perry extractors into 2.5" system.
Arizona Z car Intake manifold using 4 barrel 'Quick Fuel' (Holley) Carburetor.
280ZX Electronic distributor.
Front and rear brakes major rebuild.
Gear box and Rear end untouched (No oil leaks).
280ZX Alloy wheels and new tyres.
Front and rear bumpers rechromed - New windscreen and body rubbers.
New carpet on floors - Seats professionally rebuilt -
Dash is a bit rough which is fairly typical.
Sale will include a 'truckload' of spares including a gearbox and rear end.
The car has travelled only 700ks since it was rebuilt and registered.
Heater system is not plumbed and there's no radio.
Drives and sounds like it should. Registered to 5 Feb 2021.
I've just turned 79 and now realize I can't really justify owning this lovely 260Z. If I was 20/30 years younger....different story.

 

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On 11/10/2020 at 1:09 PM, gav240z said:

This sold for a tad over 39k. Interest seemed low until the late stages. Went for less than I thought it was going to but you never know with modified cars like this. 
 

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https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/datsun-240z-1973/sse-ad-6916028/

73 240z with the dealer bull bar still on it... asking $60k

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1973 Datsun 240Z
Are you interested in a 1973 240Z that has not required rusty sections cut and replaced, that has not had the engine modified or replaced by some other engine? The car is near original with the following improvements- four piston calliper front brakes for improved braking and electric steering to help when parking. New seat belts. The suspension springs have been replaced recently to avoid scrapping on crossovers. The seats have been reupholstered and Datsun mag wheels fitted. There is a new carpet set. 
 It has the 5 speed manual gearbox
The odometer reads 45, 657 miles
I have owned the car for 20 plus years and I have not used it for racing. It is currently on club plates.
There is a quantity of 240/260Z spare parts that go with the car including - a 280ZX diff [3.7] manifold, carbs, springs complete 260Z dash complete with instruments and wiring, cylinder head.\, rocker cover
Price   $60,000

 

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On 11/19/2020 at 8:56 AM, CBR Jeff said:

This sold for a tad over 39k. Interest seemed low until the late stages. Went for less than I thought it was going to

I agree that it seems a tad low, although there is $3000 in purchaser commission on top of that.  Also, Is it a widely known site for selling (and buying)?

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1 minute ago, Bruce said:

I agree that it seems a tad low, although there is $3000 in purchaser commission on top of that.  Also, Is it a widely known site for selling (and buying)?

I don't think it is that well known, but they have had a few Zs for a while. Race/Track cars in general can be a funny market.

but this one, you can see has an early hatch, and the rear quarter vents possibly filled. probably doesnt look as good in person as it does in the pictures. 

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One for @Hayden https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/newcastle/cars-vans-utes/datsun-240z-project/1263345062

NEWCASTLE : $8,500

This has got rust in floors and in some other areas but actually not as bad APART from were the tail lights go!

The car was an exciting project when i HAD a job haha so now just want it sold so if interested.

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a couple of 260Z's 1 is 2+2 up for auction on Grays online, Auction ends tomorrow evening (Wed 16th Dec). First one looks in reasonable condition EDIT looking on a bigger screen, its nothing special lready met reserve current bid $15,609

https://www.graysonline.com/lot/0001-10050255/classic-cars/1976-datsun-260-z-manual-coupe?spr=true

https://www.graysonline.com/lot/0001-20007483/classic-cars/1976-nissan-datsun-260z-manual-coupe?spr=true

an a 280Z 

https://www.graysonline.com/lot/0001-70006078/classic-cars/1978-datsun-280z-manual-coupe?spr=true   

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took a closer look
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https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/193807354062?ul_noapp=true

Current bid:
AU $7,200.00


W/4 days to go.

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1977 Datsun 260z Coupe


* NO RESERVE AUCTION FINISHING 8.30PM Tuesday 22.12.20

* Very rare opportunity to acquire a Japanese sports classic in this original condition.

* Unmolested classic 100% complete ( except for couple of badges and tiny items that are easily purchased on ebay )

* The last 260z model off the production line

* Original , matching numbers L26 2.6 Litre

* Automatic Transmission

* Rare colour combo ( Bronze metallic on bronze interior )

* Rare , sort after factory Air Conditioning $$$$

* Rare factory Fluted racing bonnet $$$$


* Seldom do these iconic classics come up for sale so heres your opportunity to own a genuine original and Unmolested 260z

* 22,739 kms on the clock

* Starts first kick, would obviously need going over service etc as been stored up for many years

* Drives and shifts gears as it should and brakes work 

* Good , clean and tidy original interior with a few wears as expected over the years as seen in photos

* Good straight body and a clean under carriage

* Older paintwork with chips and imperfections throughout 

* Few isolated previous repairs are noted but overall a great solid example of this sought after classic 

* Tidy up and use as is or restore to its former glory and capitalise on this sound secure appreciating classic car investment 

* Tough JDM street classic that draws attention wherever it goes 

* Must be seen in the flesh to be really appreciated

* Would suit a collector and would make a great comfortable daily driver 

* Eligible for club historic registration 

* Can organise Cheap freight Australia wide 

* Inspections and test drives recommended prior to end of auction

* 10% immediate deposit at end of Auction , balance and collection within 7 days

* Standard auction rules apply, all sales are final, non refundable and a no return policy applies 

* Please note , car is sold unregistered , as is , and the novelty number plates shown are not registered nor included

* All cars advertised have been stored and may require a full service , a few rust repairs and going over to get them up to scratch.

* Can assist with affordable freight Australia wide
 

 

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I believe it's a very well restored 260z, original owner car from what I understand. Should be an interesting 1 to watch.

I helped supply new "white" 260z door trims, which as you can imagine are difficult to find these days.

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3 hours ago, gav240z said:

I believe it's a very well restored 260

Yep, looking at the chromework on the rear bumper and also the taillight surround they seem to have done it to a high standard.

3 hours ago, gav240z said:

Should be an interesting 1 to watch.

It will be a good to see what sort of price benchmark it sets for a 260Z (for insurance purposes). Interesting they did not look at an east coast auction.

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