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It's not Datsun or S30Z specific. I am tracking several cars on CarSales (thanks to the star icon you can save certain cars) - it's my little wish list. :). Anyway I get notifications daily of price m

Hi all Just bought this 260z from Carlos @ Classic Sports Ex Targa Rally car (some of you may remember its been up for sale for a while)  Im  going put myL28 in with triple webers  (out of my Dam

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I'm calling this as a scam ... it's 260Z, old lady, one owner, too good to be true.  Avoiding direct mobile calls but picking up all calls from the Carsales hidden number, trying to get more on the hook.  Nothing coming forth with proof of ownership or history, no more photos ... delaying tactics etc

1974 Datsun 240Z Manual-SSE-AD-7054656 - carsales.com.au

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1 hour ago, ptZcar said:

Nothing coming forth with proof of ownership or history

But they have been honest about the kms 553,602 km.

Unless it is a typo with an extra "5" put in by mistake or a very shrewd scammer?

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4 hours ago, ptZcar said:

I'm calling this as a scam ... it's 260Z, old lady, one owner, too good to be true.  Avoiding direct mobile calls but picking up all calls from the Carsales hidden number, trying to get more on the hook.  Nothing coming forth with proof of ownership or history, no more photos ... delaying tactics etc

1974 Datsun 240Z Manual-SSE-AD-7054656 - carsales.com.au

It's now de-listed. So you may be correct.

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34 minutes ago, ZiggyZelda said:

Wasn't a scam, saw it IRL. Someone bought it out from under me as I was there. Sight unseen. I don't think they had taken into consideration the rust on it. Needed a good 10-15k on it. (According to my professional Datsun expert) 

Thanks.  $40K plus $10K in rust repair is still a good buy if everything else checked out, do you think?  Matching numbers, full history, one owner, older lady owner, etc  Did all of that check out?  I could not get anything out of them after the first two discussions so I called it a scam.

 

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On 1/24/2021 at 11:22 PM, gav240z said:

You may grimace at the prices today. But I recall reading about a car dealer in Oz that owned a 2000gt and said he had sleepless nights when he sold it some years back. For around, wait for it... $300,000.. now of course they are $1m+

Then today I saw this..

https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/1975-toyota-celica-2000-gt-manual/SSE-AD-5441827

I've always felt the early Celica's were under appreciated. Especially TA22s but having seen this 1 today, perhaps it will fetch this money?

Which kind of justifies S30z prices.

 

The Celica (RA28) appears to have sold.

https://www.carsales.com.au/cars/details/toyota-celica-1975/sse-ad-5441827/

Asking price was $79k if I recall correctly. Not sure what it actually sold for though!

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