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240z body parts for sale - Atlanta area

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    I have the following for sale - these parts lived in a dry climate and have been in storage for many years:

     

    Two 240z hoods.  Both are OEM and in very good condition with no rust.  If you would like more pictures, I can get them for you.  Just getting this listing up fast because I could use the space.

     

    hood 1 $300:

    OEM 240z hood

     

    hood 2: $300

    OEM 240z hood

     

    Two 240z tailgate/hatches.  Not aware if there are any aftermarket versions of these - these are OEM.  Both of these have the original Nissan glass as well. 

     

    Tailgate/Hatch 1 (slight damage to rear edge) $150.  This first one has horizontal defrost lines.  I do not know if the defrost grid is functional. The lines look to be in good condition.  The glass is in excellent condition.  No significant rust anywhere.  One piece of stainless trim has a mark:

     

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    Tailgate/hatch 2 $250:  This one is complete with original Nissan glass, stainless trim, and a white inner trim panel.  This hatch came to me via the Denver area, and has no rust.  I can get more pics.  

     

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    240z fender - passenger side $250 - OEM part - straight, very little rust (only in the bottom corner):  This part came to me from the Denver CO area - no accident damage.  Does not come with the headlight housing which is currently attached to it in the pictures.  That is also for sale however.

     

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    Headlight housings - metal (left and right) - all mounting studs straight and intact with nice threads. $100 each:

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    Again, happy to provide additional pictures.

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    Hi Garrett,

    I sent you a PM last night.

    Zup

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    10 hours ago, inline6 said:

    The fender is still available.  I don't have a spare driver side one though.

    Garrett

    Are you willing to ship. If not I can make arrangements to pick it up

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    I can.  However, I don't get any kind of shipping discounts and would have to see about buying a box for it.  It is likely to be oversize and therefore, expensive to go FedEx.  If you provide your zip code, I can grab the info from FedEx online and at least let you know what that cost would be.

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    4 hours ago, inline6 said:

    I can.  However, I don't get any kind of shipping discounts and would have to see about buying a box for it.  It is likely to be oversize and therefore, expensive to go FedEx.  If you provide your zip code, I can grab the info from FedEx online and at least let you know what that cost would be.

    You might also consider using Greyhound for shipping bulky items.

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    10 hours ago, inline6 said:

    I can.  However, I don't get any kind of shipping discounts and would have to see about buying a box for it.  It is likely to be oversize and therefore, expensive to go FedEx.  If you provide your zip code, I can grab the info from FedEx online and at least let you know what that cost would be.

    Washington NC 27889. If its cheaper than my fuel there and back I'll pay it. I'll check on my end to see if its cheaper to drop it at a commercial site like "Ships on Site"

    Thanks

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    HA! (I knew it would be ridiculous)  Screen capture below.  Sorry.  I also have heard that Greyhound is a good option on large items, but I'm guessing base on what I have heard that it would be $70-$90.  Just a guess though.  A Greyhound station is 4.8 miles from me.  You should contact them with the below package dims and weight (probably 20 lbs instead of 15) and see what they quote. 

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    Updating with some pics of the hoods - this is hood #1 from desert climate - not even surface rust inside the front structure.  The mounting holes have been slotted by someone which I didn't notice until taking pics.  I have come across that before on another hood - it's an easy fix (mig weld and file) - $300

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    Hood number #2 - acquired in Virginia in the early 90's from a 1972 240z and stored inside since ($300):

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    Any idea on cost of shipping to Charlotte?*

    2910 Interstate St
    Charlotte, NC 28208

    I could potentially be interested in the whole lot, but I recently imported 2 rear 1/4 panels and after blasting found 1 to be in very average shape.. (looked good with paint on it) so a little wary of importing used panels with unknown history.

    *Shipping company I use is in Charlotte. They then ship items to me in Australia..

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    I have quoted FedEX for a couple of people and it has been expensive.  I've heard that shipping by passenger bus (they will put big packages in the storage compartment below) is much more economical.  But, I think you are still looking at numbers like $80 for a hatch, maybe less for a fender, probably more for a hood.

    Charlotte, NC 28208 is 250 miles from me.  It makes more sense from a shipping standpoint to get a pallet and ship all the items at once "LTL" (less than truckload) truck freight.  Freight shipping would probably be less than $200 for a hood, hatch, fender, and both headlight housings.  I am holding onto the hatch with the vertical defrost lines for now, as I may need it for my current project.

    Just thinking outside the box, I have a sandblaster and potentially could sandblast small areas of interest...  

     

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    Bump - and status update:

    • Sold one hatch and I am holding onto the other one for now (I may need it after all).  
    • One hood still available $300 (other one is probably sold - I just need to provide a shipping quote and receive payment)
    • Headlight housings (metal) are reduced to $80 each.  
    • Fender still available $250.  Next time I sandblast some parts (in the next week or so) I will sandblast the lower corner and post pics.

    I have had good luck shipping large items via Greyhound - much cheaper than FedEx or UPS for large items.

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    Update pics of the fender after sandblasting the lower corner.  One or two pin holes and some pitting, but otherwise this is very nice.  A fender like this saves you lots of time on body work prep instead of one you have to section in new metal, metal work, etc.

    --> $250 plus shipping

    Just as fyi - the problem of rusting through in this area on our Z fenders can be eliminated by altering the back support a bit.  Cutting out some of the back support to allow debris and water to drain/fall down, instead of getting trapped and accumulating here is possible without materially altering the strength of the panel.  Cut the support for better drainage, sand blast pitted area, epoxy prime or other treatment to seal and you're done. 

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    Bump: 

    • Hood sourced from VA in the 90's is still available: $300
    • Headlight housings (metal) are reduced to $80 each
    • Fender still available: $250

    Ask questions if you like and I can provide more pics as necessary.

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