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'71 240z plus '78 parts car on craigslist

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I remember this car from a few months ago. I guess he's going to pass it on.

http://bham.craigslist.org/cto/2910508426.html

If I had the extra garage space and could get a deal I'd go out on a limb and buy it. Looks ok I guess?

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Why does he think it's a series one? Even so, if the rust isn't too bad it wouldn't be too bad a deal with the parts car also.

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:bulb:Wikipedia,states that series 1 went till mid 71..........

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Hi Carl.....I have a May 71 with the early console, angular half shafts/ short drive shaft, no vents in the tailgate, vertical defrost, E 31 head, "A" tranny and no 240z on pillars........all original. I understand that it's a transitional car. What is it? A series one or series two? It's the gold car I brought to ZCON. Guy

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I have a question for Mr Beck and any other early Z enthusiast. I'm going through a '77 280 and having the time of my life, drinking beer and working on the car. I'm kind of worried when I get down I'll miss the work more than enjoying the ride, plus I'm not quitting the beer so I need another project to keep out of the jailhouse. Is this car something I might pursue for a later project? I could store it in a barn of my Dad's then it would be a "barn find" for me later. It's very close to me, I guess I should go and check it out and snap some pictures of the interior and motor huh?

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Snap some pics of your 77......we can't help much w/o seeing what you got. You're right....I'm always a little distressed when the restoration is done! A beer toast to you! Good Luck

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