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My 1971 240 Z is going up for sale.  I have developed this car for track days and have been modifying it for several years.  Tons of goodies and some very nice work has been done to this car.  Do not think that this car can be put back to stock, because it cannot.  If the car does not sell pretty soon, I will part it out and do it that way.  I would like to sell the car as is and all the spares I have which will be listed on an attachment.  The motor is not good as I put a rod through the block.  However, all the other engine parts like triple Mikunis, hjigh torque starter, aluminum radiator, dual fuel pumps, R-200 rear end with Quaife, 5 speed tranny, fuel cell, etc, etc are good.  I also have a spare F54 block and a 3 Litre stroker crankshaft that will be part of the deal.  Look over the attached lists and you will see how much I have.  Also, I have complete, you wont believe how complete, records of every lap the car has run including lap times, spring setups, shock setups, sway bar setups, etc.  A real plus for someone who wants to do track days.  No cage and too many mods for SCCA E-Production.  

Send me note and we will discuss.  I can also deliver to just about anywhere for additional $s.240 Z Sale.docx240 Z Sale.docx

 

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That list is very large.  Not clear really, if you're trying to sell the car and all of the parts as a package, or the car separate from a package of parts, or if each part is for sale.  Seriously, it's a list of parts, for sale.  And no prices listed.  That almost always means "too much wanted".  

And you have to post a picture if you want to sell a car.  Just gotta.

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Sorry, thought I was very clear.  I would like to sell everything I have as a package including the car.  If that doesn't sell, at some point I will offer all parts separately and part it out.

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Didn't mean to muddy up your effort.  You said "either the car and all the parts or any of the parts" in #2 though, implying that you were ready to split things up.

The 4.11 ratio R200 Quaife would probably sell right away if you had a price on it, for example.  P79 head, probably go quick.  Seats, easy sell.  Stuff like that.  GLWS.

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Did this car sell? If not, what is the asking price? 

Are there any photos?

Thanks!

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I am surprised this is still available especially with all the extra parts you have. I bet you could get more than your asking price through Bring a Trailer or Ebay. 

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If you were closer and the canadian dollar were stronger I'd love to make an offer. My son is trying to buy an S2000 at auction in Japan for a track day car, I'm trying to change his mind with this car!

 

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The car and all the parts has sold and I believe it is going to a good home..  Thank all of you for your interest and patience with this sale. I will miss this car and the track days I've enjoyed with it.  I will also miss the associations I have had in the development of the car.  John Coffey, Dave Rebello, Greg Ira, and so many more were willing to answer my dumb questions over the months and I would be remiss if I didn"t include them and all the others who helped me out.  I miss you all and good luck.  I hope our paths cross again.

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