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    The car to the left is pretty close in manufacture date to TEXASZ

    Manufacture date 6/70

    VIN HLS30-6333

    Originally baby $^!# lime

    Now Boston Gruene 275

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    Recently sold my 3/71 240Z HLS30-24940

    Have 2/71 240Z HLS30-22344

    and 9/73 260Z RLS30-4406

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    Work in progress....12/70 VIN HLS30-16222 Silver / black ....numbers matching engine ...long way to go but very little rust!

    Kyle

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    I think you are missing a digit. HLS30 72902 would be a 1972 240z.

    -Mike

    i stand corrected! forgetting numbers in a vin makes it a hard cookie to track

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    Here's a close relative of SavannahZ's "16831"

    '71 Series I 240Z --- Build date Dec,'70 --- VIN HLS30-16483 (348 cars older)

    Arnie in South TX has #16914, that's even closer to #16831 (only 83 higher).

    In my records I show "Adrian" in Holland has #07996 and #07998, which is

    second only to Chris' (26th Z) #00026 and #00027.

    ~Rick~

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    Just getting started on my "project"---# 16222 ----12/70

    Numbers matching block w/E-31 will need major....

    Okay, Kyropa, we got one for ya. Only 45 off.

    #16177, 12/70, also owned by ArnieTX down in the San Antonio area.

    ~Rick~

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    #1413 build of 01/70

    Early, we got a few for ya.

    #01366, 1/70, #920 gold, owned by "Johnny O" of Hudson WI.

    #01397, 1/70, L24-3387, owned by "Not a 280" (Stealth Z).

    #01399, 1/70, now L28/5spd, owned by "Duffman" of Scottsdale AZ. ~Rick~

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    Still not many late '71s. My red car is the only 7/71 car, and the only car in a 5000 car span (35-40000).

    I agree, Arne; that does seem to be a big span with only a few numbers

    accounted for. I don't know of any good reason for it, such as a run of

    Z Cars that all rusted out prematurely, or something along those lines. I

    could offer half a dozen cars from this website, and a few more from ZHome,

    but that's about it. I guess that some people just don't want to enter their

    information in the grid for some reason. I can see quite a few vacancies of

    people whose cars I know quite well, but I don't feel at liberty to fill in the

    information for them.

    Two or three cars from a club I belonged to years ago have similar VIN

    numbers to your car, but I don't even know whether the same owners

    still own those cars now! Probably not, that was over 30 years ago.

    All Z Best,..........................Kathy & Rick

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    In my records........

    Here's a note for you to put in your records: THESE NUMBERS ARE MEANINGLESS WITHOUT THEIR PREFIXES.

    Everybody, PRETTY PLEASE!, state your PREFIX along with the body serial number.

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