1972 Datsun 240Z for sale! Motorcar Classics is proud to present
this extraordinary original 1972 Datsun 240Z is presented in Red
(#110) with black interior. This car was originally sold and
resided in Northern California and remained in the hands of its
original owner until about five years ago at which time it was
acquired by a collector with only a few miles less than the 50,804
showing, although the true mileage cannot be certified. It was
reported that a full mechanical refreshment was done about 2001
that included a rebuild of the original 2.4L L24 inline-six to
stock specifications, as well as: Rebuilt SU carburetors, New
clutch including master and slave cylinders, New brake master and
rear wheel cylinders, New radiator, water pump, and hoses, New
ignition components, New engine mounts, steering rack, and sway bar
bushings, New transmission front and rear seals, New tie rods and
ball joints, and Rebuilt front brake calipers. The paint on this
car is all factory original and there is no sign of rust damage.
With the exception of new carpet and recovered seats, the interior
is original including an excellent, crack-free dashboard. This 240Z
runs and drives well and is an excellent example of a preserved car
that can be driven as it was designed to be, and perform as an
investment as well.
1972 Datsun 240Z
Location:Farmingdale, New York
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