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  1. Mike

    Hungary for Orange

    From the album: Facebook Shares

    Zcars look pretty good in Orange! Thanks to the Datsun Club of Hungary!

    © Datsun Club of Hungary

  2. rdc1115

    1972 240Z

    An appreciating classic priced below Hagerty price guide, this 1972 Datsun 240Z is considered the best of the model years. With a 10/71 production date, the car has a vertical rear window defroster without the deck lid vents. It has been in the possession of the current owner for 5 years. This original matching numbers car (orange #918) has been meticulously maintained by its four previous owners and retains the period look of a classic Zcar and considered an excellent driver. Service records from the three previous owners dates back to the late 70’s. It was resprayed in 1986 in the original color. The 2.4 L engine is original to the car with 123,505 actual miles. A 5-speed gear box was added by a previous owner and documented in the records. the car drives and pulls through the gears as it should. The car does not drip any oil or fluids and everything is tight. The engine is clean, but has not been pulled by the current owner to be completely detailed. The paint has some small chips on the front edge of the hood, a blemish from the removal of body-side molding on the passenger-side door and small glue mark from side molding on the passenger-side quarter panel. The imperfections are noted in the photographs. The car is rust-free and accident free. The car has modest upgrades to improve comfort and drivability that were installed by the current and previous owners which include: updated air conditioning system, 3-row aluminum radiator, Mazda Miata seats, 4-piston calipers and electronic ignition. All of the original equipment (seats and radiator) have been retained for original value. All the rubber window gaskets are new. Chrome is excellent. It comes with the original owner’s warranty card, owners manual and tool kit. The original radio was replaced by a previous owner. The vehicle is currently garaged in Virginia Beach, VA, after arriving at a Miami, FL Datsun Dealership and spending 39 years in Florida. Since acquired in 2011 the current owner has added/replaced the following: Fuel system: SU carburetors rebuilt byTidewater Z Auto Service Fuel tank cleaned/coated by Tidewater Z Pertronix electronic ignition NGK plugs K&N air filter Valve adjustment/valve cover gasket by Tidewater Brakes: - Upgraded 4-piston front brake calipers (Toyota 4x4)/ceramic pads - New rear brake cylinders/shoes Other: Clutch slave cylinder Upgraded wiring harness- headlight/parking light Glove box All the rubber/ weather stripping has been replaced Purchased/not installed: BRE front spoiler Motorsport Front air dam 240z alternator upgrade adapter STAGG Struts and Vogtland lowering springs kit Extra weather strip kit NOS Rear bumper rubber trim (scratch on right rear-got it treat) Serious inquiries only - contact owner by e-mail for telephone number and additional photos ASKING PRICE $26,000.00
  3. This vehicle, which has always resided in Florida is in excellent condition compared to other Datsun 240Z's which are often found rusted out. The owner bought this (nearly) rust-free car as a project destined for a performance build. Being mechanically inclined, the customer is going to be doing all the assembly and upgrades but wanted us to take care of the body restoration.
  4. I thought this was pretty interesting. Cuba's way of keeping classics alive through the US embargo. http://www.ahametals.com/theyre-alive-cubas-frankenstein-classic-cars/
  5. Hi guys, I haven't posted on the Zed forums for a while as I've been working on another project, a 1968 Isuzu Bellett Deluxe sedan. On this note a new website (www.bellett.net) is opening soon and a forum has opened, based in Australia at www.bellett.net/forums and caters for all the Bellett needs of the country... Funnily enough the need is not great but as this is another Japanese classic and a contemporary to the Datsun Fairlady I thought I would post here for interest sake. Anyway, drop through and have a look. We are adding brochures, history and technical info everyday as the site grows. We are also keen on other Japanese cars of the day and under the 'Events' section car shows all over Australia will be listed, and possibly the world as we grow. Come along say hi and if your in Oz we might catch up on the roads somewhere Cheers, Ross
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