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This vehicle was fabricated by a Nissan car dealer for shows back in 1974 to promote their business. It was shown for a period of fifteen years. The entire drive-train is 1974 Nissan 240Z with a 2-speed automatic. There is much chrome and engraving on this car. It is showing some age in areas for the owner drives it almost every day around town. It sits and sounds extremely throaty and powerful. The interior could use some detailing as could the chrome on the front axle, etc. (please see photos) It is very presentable considering when it was built....42 years ago. If you are seeking a rod extremely unique and affordable, you have located your vehicle.
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For additional information please phone Dave Henry at 805 705-4924.
Price: $17,500 obo
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