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    Hey guys im in the process of getting rid of some of the extra cars at my shop, i simply have too many. I have project 240zs, 260zs, 280zs, and 280zxs in various shape, the price range for these projects range from 1500- 3000. Some are pretty rough but others are in decent shape, ill try to add as many pics as i can but it would be easier to describe them over the phone, my number is 770-361-8955. Here is the link to my photo album with most of the cars https://www.flickr.com/photos/126770...57698743472894 I have a warehouse full of datsun parts and I have almost any part available for these cars for a reasonable price. I can also arrange transportation and delivery with a shipper i trust, happy to work with exporters as well!

    1974 Datsun 260z 2+2-$1800 
    It will need rust repair in many areas including the floors, exterior places and battery tray. The engine is complete and original, I have not tried to crank the car at all so im not sure of the engine condition., this car is a unmolested 260 and a perfect project for someone!

    1974 Datsun 260z complete car-$2000
    the car is mostly complete and restorable, but will need a lot of work.I have not tried to crank the car at all so im not sure of the engine condition.The front fenders were cut for flares which I will include, there is some rust along the rear lower quarters but the car is overall solid and a cheap, entry level, project for someone.

    1974 Datsun 260z with flares and triple webers- $2500
    Complete car that has a vintage race car look to it with flares and a whale tail, will need floors and paint and bodywork, triple weber engine and 5 speed trans from zx, was running a couple of weeks ago but the fuel pump stopped getting power

    1975 Datsun 280z parts car-$1000
    no fenders, rolling but rough, has 280z engine with n42 head.

    1972 Datsun 240z rough project-$2500
    rusty but complete and original, will need floors but good frame and battery tray

    1971 Datsun 240z solid rolling chassis-$3000
    was a v8 car, very solid with good frame, battery tray, floor, and spare tire well.

    1976 Datsun 280z solid rolling chassis-$2500
    very solid with good frame, battery tray, floor, and spare tire well.

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    11 hours ago, Mark Maras said:

    @Patcon Jai needs both side pieces and the long rubber? center strip.

    For what year 76?

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    53 minutes ago, Patcon said:

    For what year 76?

    Hey not trying to be rude but if this is something unrelated to me or this post, keep it in the PMs please

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    35 minutes ago, maximus35 said:

    Hey not trying to be rude but if this is something unrelated to me or this post, keep it in the PMs please

    They are talking about another member here who lives in Georgia. She damaged her car a little while back and has been trying to source the bumper ends. Seeing that you now have a large stock of cars/parts, they are probably thinking that you might be a source for the bumper parts for her.

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    Just now, SteveJ said:

    They are talking about another member here who lives in Georgia. She damaged her car a little while back and has been trying to source the bumper ends. Seeing that you now have a large stock of cars/parts, they are probably thinking that you might be a source for the bumper parts for her.

    Oh ok, sorry for that I just was really confused because they didn’t ask me directly, I have a 76 bumper available

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    6 hours ago, maximus35 said:

    Oh ok, sorry for that I just was really confused because they didn’t ask me directly, I have a 76 bumper available

    What she really needs is the ends and the center rubber. I think she has a good bar

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    @maximus35 Jai's 76 is an early one. As I understand it there was a change in the bumpers mid year. She does need both end pieces and the long center rubber strip. BTW. She lives in Chatsworth, Geo.

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