Datsun 240Z Coupé 1972 dark brown metallic
This Datsun 240Z was built in 1972 and delivered to the first owner in the United States. This 240Z is designed as a two-seat coupé with 2.393cc 6-cylinder in-line engine with a manual gearbox. The car has dark brown metallic paint, which nicely combines with the light brown interior that is equipped with leatherette upholstery. This 47 year old Datsun 240Z has traces of use on the paint and body, but can be driven fantastic. Furthermore, this Japanese classic car is equipped with a wooden steering wheel, a radio and light-alloy wheels. Ready for the summer!
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Price for shipping a car from The Netherlands to our New Jersey warehouse is USD 1800. This price excludes 3% import duties and excludes shipping from NJ to your home address.
Our staff in New Jersey can quote you home delivery. Mileage is read from the odometer, can not be proven unless stated otherwise.
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