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[eBay] - DATSUN 240Z 1971 NISSAN. FAIRLADY, RARE NEEDS WORK, SUIT COLLECTOR/PANEL BEATER

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Is this $7,800 starting price serious and will it make the $10,000 reserve?

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Note the background in the two pics, in particular the fusebox on the wall. Bought by car yard to turn a profit, but they've realised its too much work (or they got it dirt cheap and are trying to profit by flipping it as-is). Same mob that have been trying to flog a dodgy looking Fairlady roadster over the last month or two.

Nothing wrong with that I guess, although they are trying to sell it via a private ebay account rather than their business one, and are making out it was bought as a private project.

Apologies if I sound like Gav on the tail of Edward Lee......

 

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And then there's "Engine is in it, box should be too (As far as I know)"..

Really ?? You;re trying to sell a complete wreck for $7800, how hard is it to stick your head under the car to see if it has a gearbox or not ??

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Made an silly offer on this car and have been informed that it's sold with a deposit taken .

Feel sorry for anyone that think's that they can restore it ! 

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8 minutes ago, smugley said:

Made an silly offer on this car and have been informed that it's sold with a deposit taken .

Feel sorry for anyone that think's that they can restore it ! 

Is that why they re-listed it? LOL...

www.ebay.com.au/itm/DATSUN-240Z-1971-NISSAN-FAIRLADY-RARE-NEEDS-WORK-SUIT-COLLECTOR-PANEL-BEATER/153761649529

RESERVE NOW REMOVED!

But starting price is $7,000+

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Has popped up on FB for $6500.
I pity the poor bastard that buys it - I'd estimate 30K in rust repairs to put it right.

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I pity the poor bastard that buys it - I'd estimate 30K in rust repairs to put it right.

And how much original metal would be left after it's been stripped? Not much. Tell me that surely to god it's a parts car, nothing more.

In the ad: "Blue tape holding panels down during transport..." ???  Really?

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