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Rebuilt modified L24 motor for sale

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I have an L24 engine for sale. Totally rebuilt with Z Doctor built E31 Head with new seats, valves, guides, rockers, Isky Springs and a Stage II Isky camshaft. Block is bored .040 over with new Pistons. Brand new clutch and flywheel come with the engine. No carbs, intake, distributor or exhaust manifold. Runs perfect.....has approximately 1500 Miles. I replaced it with a 3.1 Stroker. Pick up only Richmond, Virginia........$2,000.00

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Oh sure, EXACTLY what I need and oh good lord, could you BE any further away... 8K Km round trip. In winter.  

Any body coming this way with a 1/2ton to say, Montana, North Dakota etc, for Christmas? 

I wonder what the maximun weight for airline carry on is?

 

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I never have been one to try to get top dollar....I just know I won't ever use it with all the L28's I've got. Hope to help someone out with a real nice L24.

Merry Xmas

Guy

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My name is Craig and I live in Reston, VA.  I have a late model 260Z with 43,500 miles.  While I've considered numerous options for replacing my anemic L26 with the flat top Hitachi SUs, I imagine your upgraded L24 runs smoother and makes considerably more power.   Having put 1500 miles on your rebuilt engine, were you able to "feel" the before after performance differences?  BTW, I know Eiji and have visited him at Datsun Spirit in Manassas, VA.

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You will feel quite a difference in this engine versus a stock 240Z engine......especially if you put round top SU's on it.

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There you go! $2,650? for a nice and shiny motor.  I'd do it in a heartbeat if I needed a good motor and like new carbs.  You're not going to save much money doing it yourself and Diseazed's stuff is top shelf.  Trigger needs pulling!

The best Christmas presents are the ones you buy for yourself. Especially with any money you get from Santa. :)

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That's my late model 260Z.  I've owned her for almost two years.  Although she's an automatic, I plan on changing to a 5-speed in the future.  Nonetheless, I'd like to speak to you if possible.  My email is craigwoodfolk@gmail.com.  I'll give my cell phone afterward.

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Typed last sentence incorrectly.

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Just being curious here, pay me know mind BUT wouldn't a 9/'74 be considered a 1975?  My 9''76 is titled a 1977.

I understand it has carbs, that's why I'm stumped.  Beautiful car no matter what year it is. :)

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Okay now I know.  It's because it's an automatic car.

Starting in 9/74 you could get an HLS30 (280Z, 1975) or an RLS30 (260Z, 1975 By FMVSS/DOT, but 1974 by EPA)

From This post on hybridz...

http://forums.hybridz.org/topic/114087-vin-help-hls30-99336/?do=findComment&comment=1069700

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P30 block.....L24.  Block number 077270....from a 1972 240Z.

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AARP260 just bought the engine......congrats Craig....I built her with tender loving care and all (and I do mean all, down to the front cover and oil pan bolts) new parts. 

Guy

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17 hours ago, Diseazd said:

P30 block.....L24.  Block number 077270....from a 1972 240Z.

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Thanks mate, I actually was looking for an earlier block. My 72 240z has a very close engine number 078080 and I believe my car was a late 71 build date (Dec 71).

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