1970 Datsun 240Z for sale! Motorcar Classics is proud to present
this rare and original 1970 Datsun that is a survivor that was in
the hands of one owner for 49 years. This 1970 Datsun 240Z was
built in March 1970 and is said to have been sold new in May 1970
at Economy Car Center in San Diego, California. The most recent
owner acquired the car in February 1971 with 10k miles on the
odometer, and more than 90k miles have since been added. Finished
in yellow over black, the car resided in California and Texas over
the years. Factory features include a four-speed manual
transmission and an AM radio. The exterior is finished in Yellow
(919) and it appears that the paint and all body panels are
untouched and original. Black 14 Prime; steel wheels wear Datsun
wheel covers and Michelin XZX radial tires. The rear brake
cylinders were rebuilt in early 2020. The cabin features black
vinyl upholstery with black carpeting, and there is wear and tear
visible on the armrest and the driver seat. The 2.4-liter L24
inline-six is paired with a four-speed manual transmission. The
engine was rebuilt in 1999 at Rising Sun Performance of Fort Worth,
Texas. In 2019, following another period of storage, the clutch
master and slave cylinders as well as the fuel-level sender were
replaced, the coolant was flushed, the radiator was cleaned, and
the fuel tank was removed and cleaned. Additional service in 2020
included cleaning and replacing some fuel lines, rebuilding the
fuel pump, repairing the fuel tank, and rebuilding and tuning the
carburetors. This is a totally original car. The engine-block
stamping reads 005468, which matches the number shown on the data
plate. Your inspection is invited.
1970 Datsun 240Z
Location:Farmingdale, New York
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