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David Plott

Tennessee

1971 240Z

Bought it last month in Denver and drove it home to Tennessee. Took this photo on the trip home.

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David Plott

Tennessee

1971 240Z

Bought it last month in Denver and drove it home to Tennessee. Took this photo on the trip home.

whatz up man... fellow TN here... hit me up...

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William Mitchell

Massachusetts

Late 1971 240z

907 Green, butterscotch interior

78,000 original miles

Full restoration to OEM condition

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Joe Russo

Rochester, NY USA

1972 240Z - stock L24, dual 3-screw Hitachi Carbs

Factory A/C

Outlaw II rims (changing to panasports)

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Mark Smith

Edmonton, Alberta, Canada

Blue on Blue 1971 240Z

Bulit 12/70

#15721

86,000 miles

Mostly original with a few tech. upgrades

60 amp alt.

Head light and parking light relay

14 x 7 Konig Rewinds

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jrusso07, Is that a little Datsun Roadster trying to sneek in the photo? Sure love mine. Nice Z too. :love:

northernz, That blue/blue combo is a rarity, take care of it. Also, keep an eye on those 'D' style wheel covers, they are worth some nice change. ;)

Bonzi Lon

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Edward G. Smith

BMW Green paint code Boston Greune 275

1970 240 HLS3006333

Original SU carbs

performance cams

electronic ignition (converted)

rear anti-sway bar

The red one is Project 3/72

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David Plott

Tennessee

1971 240Z

Bought it last month in Denver and drove it home to Tennessee. Took this photo on the trip home.

Road trips make a car worth having...........REGARDLESS of the cost!

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Ted from Long Island, NY

Coilovers, Wilwood front brakes, little engine work, vintage Recaros

16" Rota's, roll bar, Chrysler Mini Van Blue paint, thanks to previous owner.

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I posted my main Z a while back, but forgot to post pics of the 260 I picked up to race in LeMons. It was neglected and then shoved in a barn for 15 years or so before I picked it up. It's fairly rust free, but every mechanical system was shot. After two months of work and a BRE paint job using Rustoleum applied with rollers, it was ready for the track.

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Larry Danner, South Carolina

1973 240Z (Original Owner) and a 1986 300Z (the "new" daily driver) bought used.

I believe my 240Z may be one of the most "traveled" in the world. Purchased in Alabama while in USAF Flight School, it has traveled highways in 33 states as it was my primary ride for 28.5 years. I also took it to Bitburg AB Germany in 1974. While in Europe, it visited Belgium, France, Luxembourg, Spain (where it drove across a bridge built by the Romans ... ) and Switzerland.

Even with a mere 330,000 miles on it, many things have been rebuilt over the years and the four completely stock parts on the engine are the valve cover, pan, oil pump and water pump. I am currently collecting parts for the restoration :D.

The current daily driver is staying mostly stock and is a great cross country / long road trip car - the Koni Shocks, ST Sway Bars, Urethane Bushings, etc. in the suspension of the "old blue Datsun" make the ride a bit hard for the better half to take after a while.

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Brandon - age 30

I thought I had posted here before but perhaps not. I don't have a Z. My dad (Diseazd) has 5 which is plenty for the Miller's :)

Here are my 72 510 and my 92 5 series.

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Wally Dill, Glencoe, Al

1970 240Z, original and third owner. Like Viper Pilot, bought while at Craig AFB Aug '70 from Jack Ingram Motors Montgomary, AL.

VIN 3435, Build date 4/70, ENG 6302, Paint 904 white

Sold '73 to LT Scott Gregory going through flight school. Received letter from Scott in 1989 asking if I wanted to buy the car-yes of course. Paid $3000 same as I paid in '70 from dealer. Car sat from 1994-2007 until restoration started at rodshopofmemphis.com

Should be driving it this summer hopefully in time for Nashville.

Viper Pilot, I was a T-38 instructor in L flight and T-38 academics. Scott also stayed as a T-38 IP so I had to see my 240Z for 2 more years until I departed Craig.

See pics at www.rodshopofmemphis since Win Vista won't let me attach pics.:angry:

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Marty Sable - Plattsburgh, NY

1971 240Z

Just repainted the original 919 Yellow

Included a pic of when I bought her in 2006, and in her current condition (painted, but not yet assembled)

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