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72 240z in NZ

https://www.trademe.co.nz/a/motors/cars/nissan/listing/3275510616

Photos here: https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1eE8Re6-wx5owL0JqLxyOne3pfKyrg8TG

Late 71: HS30-01843

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Please see the below google drive link for everything I can really tell/show you about the car.

De-reg, will need a repair cert to get back on the road.

Shell only. + cuts.

Will include what I can part with, have most panel/body cut required, including rails.

DOESN'T COME WITH: Does not come with steering wheel/rack front sub, or any interior/trim pieces.

Moving to a new place with a single garage, so letting go if I can get close to cost otherwise will buy a shipping container for the backyard... now I say that....

link:
https://drive.google.com/drive/folders/1eE8Re6-wx5owL0JqLxyOne3pfKyrg8TG?usp=sharing

Shorting out the move so text preferred just to organise a time to call.

Cheers,

 

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https://www.ebay.com.au/itm/Datsun-280zx-1983-Rare-Factory-T-Top-Auto-Nissan-280-zx-/174949916357?mkcid=16&mkevt=1&_trksid=p2349624.m46890.l49286&mkrid=705-154756-20017-0
 

this guy seems like a car flipper so buyer beware 

he states that it beats a Porsche on take off, must be a Porsche with no engine! 

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On 9/30/2021 at 10:51 PM, AndBir said:

 

Another DATSUN 280ZX. 1982 in Liverpool, Sydney : $29,500

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https://www.gumtree.com.au/s-ad/liverpool/cars-vans-utes/datsun-280zx-1982/1282200708

 

This looks the goods and it's a series 2 which is a bonus.

Rack and pinion vs the drag link set up of the series 1 to mention one of the upgrades between models.

The interiors of that period always make me cringe though! 

Although some 280zx's did have the all black interior.

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2 hours ago, smugley said:

How high can it go :o ?

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This 240z has been for sale for 6 months, possibly more. Not sure what the condition is but from the pictures look like it needs some attention 

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20 minutes ago, JDM-TOY said:

This 240z has been for sale for 6 months, possibly more. Not sure what the condition is but from the pictures look like it needs some attention 

Excatly ! the market is only as strong for the purchaser is prepared to pay for it! Good luck to them if they a buyer at that price!

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15 minutes ago, ptZcar said:

Auctioneers Price Guide: HKD1,000,000 to HKD1,200,000.  Converts to $AUD175,000-$AUD210,000

I wonder if that price is based on the fact that they expect it to sell locally? In which case there may be challenges with getting vintage cars registered in HK? Anyone know?

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Interestingly the car was already in my database, but no photos of it until now.

A friend of mine living in HK sent me photos of a blue 240z in the street (couple of years ago), so I assume it's the same car. I don't have its engine no. or know if it's matching no's.

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5 minutes ago, gav240z said:

Interestingly the car was already in my database, but no photos of it until now.

A friend of mine living in HK sent me photos of a blue 240z in the street (couple of years ago), so I assume it's the same car. I don't have its engine no. or know if it's matching no's.

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Looks like it.  Matching wheels, mirror and rear strut-brace.  Rust on the rear bumper is interesting.

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1 hour ago, gav240z said:

I wonder if that price is based on the fact that they expect it to sell locally? In which case there may be challenges with getting vintage cars registered in HK? Anyone know?

To quote my friend in Hong Kong.

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Yes, a lot of heavy lifting to import my old Vespa here
They are very strict with documents , certified translations, serial numbers etc. etc.
It took us few months to have everything cleared.

So sounds like a bit of a nightmare. Hence that could be factored into the current price.

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The cars been there since 2008 so any charges associated with import most likely not really relevant now?

I think I'm becoming a bit of a pedant but for a "restored" car over $100000 I would expect it to be a little closer to "original" or a lot further away.

Nick

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