1973 Datsun 240Z – Rebuilt, Weber-Carbed Engine. Originally Orange, not '73 Lime Green. Nice Car
Rebuilt Engine with Weber Carbs
Desirable last-year 240Z Classic Japanese Sports car
Terrific condition body with excellent panel gaps and fit; Very Straight, sound condition with only minor flaws in original dash, new seats covers and carpeting etc.
A solid, desirable 1973 model. Currently 1973 240Z line green, but engine compartment and interior body of car is original excellent orange paint - easy repaint to this original color
Newly reupholstered bucket seats. Here are notes from long time, previous owner: " I have owned this car for 20 years and it has been garaged the whole time. Body is in excellent condition with a couple of tiny bubbles in paint in the front fenders and surface rust in battery well. This car has not been a daily driver for about 15 years. I have driven it around the block one or twice a year and recently drained the tank and put new gas in it. Less than 1000 miles since comprehensive engine rebuild. Rebuild included hot tanking, cylinder honing, new pistons/rings, bearings, crank polishing/balancing, oil pump, complete timing chain kit, rebuilt 1971 240Z head ( 71 head has higher compression than 73 head, also has steel seats instead of brass). Rebuilt alternator, water pump, starter. driver.. Excellent find for a collector or enthusiast. Here are some additional details from the previous owner: $20,950 Trades Welcome
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The Pick of the Day looks to be in solid condition at a fair price
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