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Parting out a 1973 240Z.  Body is shot and many items like bumpers and seats are gone.  However, drivetrain is intact as is engine.  What do you need?post-29942-0-74665300-1450451338_thumb.jpost-29942-0-01457400-1450451355_thumb.j

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I'm starting on the restoration of my '73 240Z.

1) Need Interior parts (door cards, centre console area(s), seat belts, anything you have in good condition).

2) Dashboard Wiring Harness (complete or everything including fuse panels)

3) For engine parts, OE Air filter (I don't think you have this), AC Unit if your car came with one

 

Please pm or email me what you have. Thank you.

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The engine wiring harness has only been cut where the lead went to the alternator.

How much + shipping? 30506 zip code

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I'm starting on the restoration of my '73 240Z.

1) Need Interior parts (door cards, centre console area(s), seat belts, anything you have in good condition).

2) Dashboard Wiring Harness (complete or everything including fuse panels)

3) For engine parts, OE Air filter (I don't think you have this), AC Unit if your car came with one

 

Please pm or email me what you have. Thank you.

It's most likely a North American market car, so if it had AC, it was aftermarket. This vendor includes the mounting bracket for the AC: http://nostalgicac.com/datsun-240z-260z-280z-compressor-upgrade-kit.html

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Loudoun,

Please see my post in classifieds "wanted"

Also my post under parts swap, have a list, in both areas, just search my name.

any help is much appreciated!

KiraK

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Loudoun, 

Do you happen to have an ignition with keys, if so do they match the doors/hatch? I'm I picked up a shell, need a set. 

 

Regards

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Looking for the spare tire floor section if you have it.  I actually don't need the whole thing, just a couple of good pieces with the bends if that makes any sense.

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Replacing the whole spare tire well is easier than welding in patches. Drill out the spot welds around the top of the rim and the whole wheel well comes out..

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