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  1. Found a 72 in a farmers 20170813_135341_1502732135818.jpg20170813_135414_1502732136012.jpgfield 20170813_135305_1502732135653.jpg yesterday.  A real rust bucket but who knows.  Anyone have any thoughts on whether this one is worth the effort?


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    1. SteveJ


      It's a 73. Production of the 73 model year started around August of 72.

      How much money do you want to spend, and how badly do you want this Z?

    2. wbankart


      I thought it looked a bit different.  The carburtors were not the Stromburg CD 150s that I remembered.  

      It was my curiosity more than anything. I purchased new a 72 while in the Navy but sold it in 76.  Still kicking myself but that's history.  I don't have a bunch of bucks and no  place to work on it.  Just hate to see a Z wasting away.  I'd be happy to give you or anyone the address if  you think it would be worth restoring.  It is on the Eastern Shore in Virginia.


  2. I am planning the restoration of my '72 240Z. Know any good parts sources?

  3. I will take a better look at what I have. Thank you for all your help.
  4. it is for me i'm a wiring idiot. I know nothing about wiring. Is there an easy guide to help. What would you recommend?
  5. Any body know where to get a simple and painless wiring harnesses for a 1972 240 Z????? Any help would be great. Thanks
  6. Hey everyone, I just bought my first Z. It is a 1972 240z, it needs a little lovin. I have never done anything like this before. Any helpful hint or tricks to get me started? :bulb: Anyone else out there from Idaho? Mike
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