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Parting Out '72 240z! What Do You Need!

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Hey everybody. I'm going to be completely gutting my '72 240Z. I'm getting my car back from the shop it was going to get fixed, but I've decided to just start with a more structurally sound shell. I should have it back at my house next week.

Let me know what you need, I'll set it aside, take pictures, and we can go from there.

The items not for sale (yet at least; not sure if I need them on the car I'm buying):

- Rear brakes (not for sale, just replaced them)

- Half-shafts (not for sale, just rebuilt them)

- Hood (not sure if I need it yet)

- Tail lights (I HAVE A SET OF '73 TAIL LIGHTS AND I WILL HAVE A SECOND SET SOON!)

- Motor/transmission/carbs. (not for sale)

- Wheels (not for sale)

- Dash (I might need it)

Just a side note, this car DOES have a sunroof. If you need sunroof glass, handle, headliner, etc. I can help you out! ALSO, the fenders on this car are really bad, but if you're desperate, I'll sell them to you cheap!

Other items for sale not on the car I'm parting out:

- '73 Tail lights (mentioned above)

- Original Tool Kit (I have two, not sure if I'm selling both yet)

- Hood emblem

- Horn pad ('73)

- Original Speakers (If you really want them...haha)

I think that's all for now. Just reply here, and we can work some deals out!

Thanks,

Ian.

THESE PARTS ARE SPOKEN FOR:

- All interior plastic panels - Fun_in_my_z

- Hood release handle/Heater cable - Galaxybj

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How about the door panels and rear plastic pieces? Are they in good shape?

The door panels are worthless. They've been cut up by the previous owner. I have no rear tail light panel, but all of the other plastic is good. The drive side rear quarter plastic isn't there, but I have a BRAND NEW piece from BlackDragonAuto.

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How about the hood release handle and the passenger side door grab handle (just need the chrome pieces)? -Bill-

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There's a woman here in Vancouver that is in need of the Combination switch (no intermittent wiper), as her car's is starting to go bad. I'll see if I can get her to log on and give you a PM.

E

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I'm looking for the little brackets which hold the brake/clutch/fuel lines to the firewall and frame rails in the engine bay, as well as the rubber pieces between the brackets and the lines themselves...What shape are they in? Anything better than "fragmented beyod recognition" is OK with me!

Thanks,

Steve

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Let me look at the coniditon when my car comes back in. There won't be any clutch lines, the car is an automatic. I'll write you down for those parts and check the condition next week.

- Ian.

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[/Original Tool Kit QUOTE]

Hey Ian, that's something I might be interested in. My car didn't come with one when we bought so I might interested in hearing what's inside it. -Austen.

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[/Original Tool Kit QUOTE]

Hey Ian, that's something I might be interested in. My car didn't come with one when we bought so I might interested in hearing what's inside it. -Austen.

Its yours man. Lucky you live so close.

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Do you have the air box with the backing plate that was used for the SU's? I converted my 73 and would really like the appropriate airbox instead of using the cheap adapters i have now.

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Ian,

I have an original 70' air box that came with MY Z. if you find a buyer, I'll deduct that price from the final sale. Roughly I'm saying sell my air box for me and that price will be off the car.

When you finally come over, you can look at a couple other things I have laying around the garage. Like decent shape hub caps, my airbox, and many other unmentionables.

Dave.

P.S. It's the one with a solid intake whole (no summer/winter flap)

http://www.classiczcars.com/photopost/showphoto.php?photo=6899&cat=500&ppuser=4921

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