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    Hi, I am new here and looking for advice. Early Datsun Z's have always been some of my favorite cars and eventually I hope to buy one. Unfortunately, they are never listed for sale in my area and the last time I sat in or drove one was when I was a teenager. Can anyone tell me if the headroom and legroom are comfortable for a 6' 4" medium build guy with tall sitting height? I don't want to invest time and money on a long distance purchase and find out I don't fit.

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    Here's one in Clearwater.... It's a car lot so if you live nearby...
    http://cgi.ebay.com/ebaymotors/ws/eB...SS%3AUS%3A1123

    Also try craigslist in Florida..... Just pick your nearest city, stop by and test fit the seat with your butt.
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    One of the things I remember reading about the S30 is the amount of headroom it has for tall people in comparison to other similar little sports cars. I'm only 5' 10'', so I can't say for a fact, but like I said, I've seen it mentioned more than once on this forum that it has excellent headroom for a car it's size.

    Now as far as the "medium build," it's a different story width wise. I have pretty wide shoulders and a size 36" waist, and it feels like a tight cockpit when I'm in the car; snug sideways.

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    One of our club members Wife is 6'4'' and finds the 240z fits just fine. In fact they have two of them. They recently bought a Cad roadster because she finds it equally comfortable. but a hell of a lot more money.
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    I have a '73 240Z and I am 6' 4", medium build with a 36" inseam. I fit great! Granted my Corbeau seats have to go all the way back, but nobody will ever complain being behind me, expect maybe other cars.

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    I have a buddy that is 6' 10" and he has commented my Z is one of the few cars he has ever been able to be comfortable in..

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    Yup, Tara is pretty tall, especially compared to me and Leah, at 5' 7"
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    I'm 6' 5" and fit fine, Dave i got a 13y daughter as "tall" as you.

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    I'm 6'4" @ 235lbs and fit good in my 240Z. Its a 72 with orignal seats. This is the best fitting car that I have owned. BTW, stay away from 4-runners.
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    Yep, 6'3" here. The 240Z is one of the best fitting cars I have ever driven.
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    Yes I have a 72 240Z and have had a 87 300ZX. I'm 6'4" best leg room out of all my cars I have had.
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    Thank you for all the feedback. That is what I remember from when I was in high school but my comfort standards were much lower back then. Also, I live in the Pensacola area which is closer to Mobile, AL than any of the major cities in Florida. I have been checking local listings for a while.

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    Of course as soon as I say "they are never listed for sale in my area" one pops up on craigslist:
    http://pensacola.craigslist.org/cto/1662558624.html
    It's a rust bucket but maybe I will try it on for size.

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    6'7", 38" inseam. I've spent 10 hours in my Z, driving from Toronto to New Hampshire. This year, I'm driving to Nashville. Awesome car for tall people. Unfortunately, other than the Z31, I haven't been able to fit in any other Z, including the 280Z because of the door handles.

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    I'm 6' 4" you need to remove the spacers on the seat and you will fit with 2-3" to spare. If you don't remove the spacers you will hit your head a little on hard bumps. You will be fine

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    I'm 6'2"-6'3" but all torso (normal guy size legs) and 265 lbs...the list of cars i don't fit in is long...I fit fine in the S30's and the Z31 is positively spacious...

    Happy hunting...you should be fine...

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    "Back in the day" (early 70's when Z Clubs were all called 240Z Clubs), one
    of the clubs I was in had a member 6'10". Bill was a heck of a basketball
    player but couldn't advance in that career due to weak ankles.

    When I once asked Bill why a guy his size chose a relatively small car like the
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    fit in and stretch out in comfortably."

    At 5'9" I found it very hard to relate.
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    I agree with all above and will also add that I'm 6'-1" with a very tall seated height and I can fit with a helmet. You should be fine.
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    I thought I was tall at 6'1". Man there are some tall Z freaks out there. No offense intended.....lol

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    Quote Originally Posted by Earthcruiser View Post
    I'm 6'4" @ 235lbs and fit good in my 240Z. Its a 72 with orignal seats. This is the best fitting car that I have owned. BTW, stay away from 4-runners.
    And 2nd gen RX7's. I'm a shade over 6' and my head scraped on both I owned. I've never been uncomfortable in an s30, s130, z31, or z32.

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    I'm 6'4" and the Z fits pretty nice. I will say there's something to be said for getting a decent seat with some good support which may mean getting yours redone or swapping in something newer. As for legroom, there's more than enough, the only challenge you may run into is how long your arms are proportionally and how far back you put the seat in order to have legroom plus headroom and still be able to reach the steering wheel comfortably etc.
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    I'm 6'7'' and only 19 years old. I've always wanted a Z car, ever since i was in grade school. As I kept getting taller though i thought my datsun dream would be gone. But i finally bought a 77 280z, and the way i got my 40 inch inseam legs in the thing was to take the arm rest/door handle off. Whatever it takes to fit into a Datsun though.

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    Zombie thread alert!

    Welcome Datsun Clark. Z cars work fine for tall people as long as you don't try to cage and race them. For the street, all is good.
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    This is funny. I am 6' 3" and usually can fit with plenty of leg room - that is until I refurbed my seats with the MSA Seat Foams and Leather Covers. Now I am cutting some of the foam away to get back to the original fit. My brother laughs at me being stuffed in - says I look like "Rat Fink" driving a Z.
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    I'm 6'4 and fit just fine in mine. Plenty of head/leg room. Might be because the seat cushion is blown out, though... Hahaha
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    Its funny how my Z looks when im driving it, i got considerably large head (plus 6'4 tall) :P Looks like a giant is driving a toycar
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    I'm 5'7" and reach the pedals about right with the seat one notch back from all the way forward in my '78. In my old '75, the seat had to go all the way up. In this position, I have to duck somewhat to see the entire speedometer/odometer. I suspect the car was designed for a skinny person approx 6'4" in height -- lots of leg and relatively less torso.
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    I drive my 83 year old father to the doctors a lot. Out of the three cars he can get in and out of my 78 z
    the best and said it feels like there is more room. And one is a 83 2+2 zx. The 83 rx7 is just hard to
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    The S30 has plenty of room, but as soon as you remove the stock seat to install more supportive seats, your driving position becomes elevated making it very very difficult to drive car with a helmet. The stock seats have right amount of structure and cushion to keep you low, but they can't keep your arse planted. Its been a real dilema trying to find the right seat for street and track. I just drove a third generation RX and my head hit the roof without a helmet!

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    Quote Originally Posted by GTTED View Post
    The S30 has plenty of room, but as soon as you remove the stock seat to install more supportive seats, your driving position becomes elevated making it very very difficult to drive car with a helmet. The stock seats have right amount of structure and cushion to keep you low, but they can't keep your arse planted. Its been a real dilema trying to find the right seat for street and track. I just drove a third generation RX and my head hit the roof without a helmet!
    I agree on this, I'm still on the lookout for a seat that sits low to fit me with a helmet on yet is supportive. Out of the Z's I sat in with different seats, I think the stock ones sit me the lowest.
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    Quote Originally Posted by GTTED View Post
    The S30 has plenty of room, but as soon as you remove the stock seat to install more supportive seats, your driving position becomes elevated making it very very difficult to drive car with a helmet. The stock seats have right amount of structure and cushion to keep you low, but they can't keep your arse planted. Its been a real dilema trying to find the right seat for street and track. I just drove a third generation RX and my head hit the roof without a helmet!
    Fixed back race seats can be made to fit without any additional height, but with a cage, even that is too tall. With a cage, the seat needs to be lowered which requires cutting the catalyst hump from the tunnel and lowering the seat. I have a Sparco seat in my 260 on the stock sliders and I have plenty of room to the roof itself. I plan to do some cutting and swap to a Momo seat on Momo sliders to get down below the halo bars.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff G 78 View Post
    Fixed back race seats can be made to fit without any additional height, but with a cage, even that is too tall. With a cage, the seat needs to be lowered which requires cutting the catalyst hump from the tunnel and lowering the seat. I have a Sparco seat in my 260 on the stock sliders and I have plenty of room to the roof itself. I plan to do some cutting and swap to a Momo seat on Momo sliders to get down below the halo bars.
    I need something lower than a stock seat! The stock seat plus me with a helmet on barely works, most of the aftermarket stuff makes it pretty much impossible for me to fit. Post up your seat when you're done, I'd be very interested in seeing what you come up with.
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    BTW, stay away from 4-Runners

    yeah, they're SUV's for midgets. I'm 5'8 and can barely squeeze in beneath the steering wheel. And I'm not fat, either.

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    I cut the seat mounts out of my track car and mounted my racing seats directly to a reinforced plate on the floor. The driver's seat is a side mounted Cobra Monaco Pro and the passenger seat is bottom mounted Prosport from Jegs. I'm 6'3" and the driver's seat is perfect with a full cage and helmet. There is no way my head can get anywhere near the cage when belted in. The passenger seat is too low for me to comfortably see out. If I'd mounted that one on the drivers side I'd have to shim it up an inch or so to see well enough to drive.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Wade Nelson View Post
    BTW, stay away from 4-Runners

    yeah, they're SUV's for midgets. I'm 5'8 and can barely squeeze in beneath the steering wheel. And I'm not fat, either.
    Huh??? I've had a 2nd gen and two 3rd gen 4Runners and seven various gen pick-ups/Tacomas and I fit great. I have never heard anybody even mention a lack of space before.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve91tt View Post
    I cut the seat mounts out of my track car and mounted my racing seats directly to a reinforced plate on the floor. The driver's seat is a side mounted Cobra Monaco Pro and the passenger seat is bottom mounted Prosport from Jegs. I'm 6'3" and the driver's seat is perfect with a full cage and helmet. There is no way my head can get anywhere near the cage when belted in. The passenger seat is too low for me to comfortably see out. If I'd mounted that one on the drivers side I'd have to shim it up an inch or so to see well enough to drive.
    Steve, did you have to cut the tunnel on the driver's side? I have tried two different 16" wide seats and neither will go down due to the catalyst/resonator hump. Every Z racer I know has had to do tunnel work to fit their seat. Take a look at my current seated height. Obviously, I'm too high, but like I said, even if the seat rail is cut out, the seat can't go any lower due to the width.



    Here is a shot of the back of my Momo Acropolis seat. It's very compact and is the same height and width as my Sparco Evo.

    Here is a pic of a Momo seat like mine I found on the web.
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    Here is a Sparco Evo pic I found on the web that is similar to mine.
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    I know the cat bump in the later cars was an issue but I thought that the 240Z's didn't have that problem. My track car is a 1971 and I didn't do anything to the tunnel. Just cut the mounts out.
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    Quote Originally Posted by steve91tt View Post
    I know the cat bump in the later cars was an issue but I thought that the 240Z's didn't have that problem. My track car is a 1971 and I didn't do anything to the tunnel. Just cut the mounts out.
    Ahh, yes, I'll bet the cat bump came with the 260. I never even thought about that. Makes sense Steve.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Jeff G 78 View Post
    Ahh, yes, I'll bet the cat bump came with the 260. I never even thought about that. Makes sense Steve.
    Probably the late 260Z at that, I don't believe my early 260 has a cat bump.
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    Hello,

    I am 6'5" and have a pant inseam of 38"...no problem in fitment, great car for this. Much better than any of my past Mustangs and cougars.

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