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About moozieman

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  1. moozieman

    Looking for 240, 260, or 280zs in the $500-$5000 range.

    Looks like a great project! But it says it’s an automatic. Plus, I’m in Ohio. On the opposite side of the country. Hah.
  2. moozieman

    Looking for 240, 260, or 280zs in the $500-$5000 range.

    I'm pretty dissappointed. Just recently, someone offered to sell me a 240 in decent condition with minimal rust for $815. I then came to find out that he lost the title. 🙄
  3. moozieman

    Looking for 240, 260, or 280zs in the $500-$5000 range.

    yeah. i mean you do have a point.
  4. moozieman

    Looking for 240, 260, or 280zs in the $500-$5000 range.

    I'm definitely looking for a project car. Nothing that would be drivable right away. That's why I hoped to find something a lot cheaper.
  5. moozieman

    Looking for 240, 260, or 280zs in the $500-$5000 range.

    oof. haha. pls, i have standards. 🤣
  6. moozieman

    Looking for 240, 260, or 280zs in the $500-$5000 range.

    Do you think id be better off finding something in my price range if I were to start shopping 280s?
  7. moozieman

    Title Issues!

    Hi everyone! I have a few problems, but I'm going to do my best to keep this short and simple. I've spent a few years looking for a 240z project car in the $500-$2000 range. I recently found a 1972 Datsun 240z that I was very excited about and 100% intended to purchase. Believe it or not, I found it sitting in a front yard in the middle of nowhere, Kentucky. I approached a gentleman standing in the yard and asked him what he knew about the car. He told me that he intended to fix up the car with his grandson, but still might be willing to sell it. The man gave me an amazing price which was exactly what I was looking for. I've struggled to keep in touch with him because I live out of state and he seems to be quite "off the grid." I had planned to make a drive back down to Kentucky with a trailer to pick up the car. But, just recently, I received a call from the gentleman and he said that he had misplaced the title. This is normally an easy fix, but this guy is not the original owner, so the title that he had was still in the name of the previous owner. The man got this car 20 years ago, so I don't imagine that he'd be able to find the title. (Plus he may not even want to go through the trouble of helping me.) Now, i'm not sure what to do. I would hate to pass up such a good offer. Any ideas?
  8. moozieman

    Looking for 240, 260, or 280zs in the $500-$5000 range.

    I suppose I could work with it. I really want an s30 chassis and I was hoping to not have to do the patchwork after removing the bumpers.
  9. Looking for a 240z or 260z in the $500-$2000 range. Can anyone help me out?
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