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Newbie in Seattle area...1975 280Z


ZSaint1957

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Hey All,

Just picked up a 1975 280Z Green, black interior, 84K original miles, w/ only one small quarter sized rust spot which isn't deep. Traded my cancer laden 1964 Chevy stepside for it straight up. Guy I traded with bought the car from the original California owner back in 2004, and only put 100 miles on it. A good friend of mine that has a couple of these, and has restored several, gave it a good going over, and is going to go from stem to stern on it to tweak up to speed. He commented on the rare color, the white stock seats, and the unusual bumpers...it was built in 5/1974, so does that make it a 1974 1/2? I think the only three things on it not stock are the radio, wheels, and outside mirrors. Paint is heavily oxidized as it was parked under a tree for 5 years and I don't think claying is going to redeem it...will probably repaint same stock color) Really looking forward to this project!

Saint

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