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355-Mile 1976 Datsun 280Z Up for Auction on BaT!


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2 hours ago, 240260280 said:

My buddy's 78 280z near mint low mile all original Z will be following this one.   Hopefully there are enough buyers out there.

 

She's a beauty!   You don't see the 110 Red paint color very often. Good luck to your buddy - I think that his 280Z will do very well with the auction.  

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It's at $126,000.  I'm going to bet on Reserve Not Met.  This is a cautious time of year and time of civilization for people and their money.  Just doesn't feel like people are going to take that big chance.

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3 hours ago, siteunseen said:

$140,000 seems about right to me, fair price for the seller and buyer. Congratulations @brunodoggy

I agree, the price seems just about right for both parties. I was glad to see that the reserve was set a reasonable amount for this beautiful 280Z. It will be interesting to see what the auction winner does with the car - does he drive the car every once in a while or will this car be a trailer queen that is just towed to car shows?   It will also be interesting to see what becomes of one of the lowest mileage classic sports cars in the world. 

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Thank you all for your interest in this remarkable car. I am super thrilled with the auction, but very sad to think my girl will be leaving home.

I have enjoyed every minute of time I spent with her the last year and a half. This is a journey I will never forget - and it has nothing to do with the auction. It's about THIS car.

A car that should not exist. A car that fought and won against the invasion of rust and corrosion as she sat in an uninsulated garage for 44 years. A car that was immune to the invasion of mice and other pests. A car that retained her youthful softness and flexibility in every piece of rubber and vinyl. A car that never lost her shine and glow in every body panel and piece of chrome. A car with a heart of fire and fuel that refused to give up. But more than anything else, she became MY car for a brief period of time. That is what I will always remember. That is the legacy of my car.

Steve

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