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  1. View Advert Wanted: 240Z original resonator + connector pipe WTB or source for: stock 240Z resonator & attached pipe to the rear muffler Prefer new but will consider good used. This is the exhaust part that connects the stock exhaust downpipe to the stock rear muffler. I need a stock part. Cannot use 2 1/2 inch, stainless steel, or other aftermarket exhaust parts. Please send photo of what you have I will pay for the shipping Advertiser M3333hp Date 10/29/2019 Price Category Parts Wanted Year 1970 Model 240Z  
  2. Time Left: 16 days and 4 hours

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    WTB or source for: stock 240Z resonator & attached pipe to the rear muffler Prefer new but will consider good used. This is the exhaust part that connects the stock exhaust downpipe to the stock rear muffler. I need a stock part. Cannot use 2 1/2 inch, stainless steel, or other aftermarket exhaust parts. Please send photo of what you have I will pay for the shipping

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    , British Columbia

  3. View Advert early 240Z coil bracket (only) wanted I need an early 240Z coil bracket only, like the one in the photo. ** I do not need the coil.** It needs to look like the one in the photo and be zinc plated, not yellow chromated. I cannot use the later style coil bracket. If the zinc isn't perfect that's OK, but I would prefer a bracket without much rust. Will pay shipping. If you can't / won't ship to Canada I can give you a US address to ship to. Text me at: 250-734-3811 Thanks! Advertiser M3333hp Date 10/29/2019 Price Category Parts Wanted Year 1970 Model 240Z  
  4. Time Left: 16 days and 3 hours

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    I need an early 240Z coil bracket only, like the one in the photo. ** I do not need the coil.** It needs to look like the one in the photo and be zinc plated, not yellow chromated. I cannot use the later style coil bracket. If the zinc isn't perfect that's OK, but I would prefer a bracket without much rust. Will pay shipping. If you can't / won't ship to Canada I can give you a US address to ship to. Text me at: 250-734-3811 Thanks!

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    - CA

  5. zspert Do you still have those exhaust parts for the 240Z cars? Are they for sale? Not sure whether we can exchange phone numbers, but if yes please reply with your number and I will call you. Thanks! Pete M3333hp
  6. What you want is an early Euro or Canadian balance tube, the one without all the bosses for mounting emissions equipment on. I had a Canadian car, 03778, that had the Euro balance tube, as all the early Canadian cars did. I would guess that maybe the Japanese Fairlady cars had that kind of balance tube also. I had a spare Euro balance tube that I got from the UK a few years ago but sold it. I would try placing want ad notices in those countries. You need persistence and patience. They are very in No America.
  7. I would call the air scoop on the early backing plate an air scoop instead of a baffle. Both early Z cars that I have owned had a scoop on the front brake backing plates. The attached photo shows a front brake of a very early car that I am restoring with a scoop on the backing plate. There are some 240Zs coming out of the woodwork, and in some cases, dirt or mud, now that values have gone way up for the early cars. You might get someone to part with early backing plates of you contact sellers of those early cars. But be aware that the hub and brake disc will have to come off first, and then the (maybe) rusted bolts that hold the backing plate on, before the backing plate can be removed.
  8. Sorry to see how rusty and beat up the car is, especially since it's an early car. The moral we all need to keep in mind: Get someone to look the car over directly. Post the request on here if you don't know anyone nearby. Otherwise, assume the worst.
  9. And now for something completely different.... Looks like the real thing, pretty amazing. Not sure you could do much with it other than display or track it. To the seller's credit he does not make claims for the car beyond that. If a buyer goes that route, the car should be the terror of any Z car track meet it shows up at.
  10. For what its worth to the sceptics, early today I emailed the seller and received a thoughtful reply saying that he listed the car at $3900 and isn't going to raise the price because he needs it sold. For the sceptics, I would guess there might just be someone in the greater Boston area, population 10 million or so, who reads this site who could go to Belmont, MA and see if the car exists and talk to the seller. You might just get a good car cheap.... As for myself, I think the car exists and I would buy it if I were anywhere near the Greater Boston area. Your view might differ …
  11. WAY too cheap. 240Z values have risen significantly, and if your car is solid, with little or no rust, it is worth much more than you are asking. You could do yourself a favor by doing the following: 1) change the asking price to 'best offer', and also change your CL ad the same way 2) have a look at auction results on BaT (bringatrailer.com), where a variety of 240Z cars have been auctioned off in the last couple of years. Pay close attention to the cars that have sold in the last year. That will give you an idea of current values. 3) add many more photos, including engine bay, underside, floors, rocker panels, hatch area floor, document the low miles with photos of service records of you have them etc. Best wishes for your sale.
  12. View Advert Inner door sill vinyl trim wanted for '70 240Z Wanted: for 240Z a pair (L & R) of inner door sill vinyl trims, in black only. This is the vinyl trim that's attached to the inner door opening sills. They are attached to the body sills, right beside the seats. Attached is a photo of some aftermarket vinyl trims, but I would prefer to get a pair (L & R) of original vinyl trims. These usually come off easily with a hair dryer or a heat gun set to low heat. Prefer a L and R set in excellent condition, but will consider a good single, maybe with small glitches, if you have one. Glad to add your cost to ship to the payment. Advertiser M3333hp Date 07/01/2019 Price Category Parts Wanted Year 1970 Model 240Z  
  13. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Wanted: for 240Z a pair (L & R) of inner door sill vinyl trims, in black only. This is the vinyl trim that's attached to the inner door opening sills. They are attached to the body sills, right beside the seats. Attached is a photo of some aftermarket vinyl trims, but I would prefer to get a pair (L & R) of original vinyl trims. These usually come off easily with a hair dryer or a heat gun set to low heat. Prefer a L and R set in excellent condition, but will consider a good single, maybe with small glitches, if you have one. Glad to add your cost to ship to the payment.

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  14. I tried to figure out the VIN, which isn't clear and has at least one obvious error in it. If it's HLS30-113XX then it's not a 1970 M.Y. as claimed. Anyone have any ideas what the VIN is from the seller's less than clear info in the ad? If it's a San Diego car and only has patches in the floors and no big problems this could be a really good buy for someone who wants an early Z car to drive. The floors could always be replaced later if the owner wants. Well done patches in otherwise solid original floors would be preferable to me.