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  1. View Advert JDM Comp Steering wheel set Like new. Used to mockup interior. Only mounted once. PRODUCT INFORMATION: Part number: 40-J4285+ 40-J4235/40-J4240/40-NS201 Make/model: Datsun 240Z 260Z 280Z 510 Nissan Skyline and more DESCRIPTIONS: The competition steering wheel was a factory option offered by Nissan back in the 70's, and one of the most popular. This limited replica is made from the original production molds. These are not leather-wrapped like the first generation wheels; rather, they are the more common and popular urethane type. Bolt-on installation. No adapters required Measures 13 3/4" (Stock wheel measures 14 7/8") Horn switch comes pre-installed on all variants For LHD cars, you'll need to bend down the turn light stalk a bit to get by your hands 40-NS250 - Recommended adapter for installing in Skyline cars. This will allow the turn light stalk to return properly (sold separately) 40-J4285 - $299 Steering wheel only Stock 260Z / 280Z / 510 type horn pad will not fit! 40-J4285+40-J4240 - $399 US-type "Datsun" logo horn pad included 40-J4285+40-J4235 - $399 JDM-type "Z" logo horn pad included 40-J4285+40-JS201 - $399 Skyline Hakosuka/Kenmeri horn pad included Complete list of compatible vehicles: Skyline Hakosuka GC10・KGC10・PGC10/Skyline Kenmeri GC110/ Skyline Yonmeri/Skyline Japan GC210 Datsun 240Z 260Z 280Z / Fairlady Z S30 S31 / Datsun 280 ZX / Fairlady 280Z S130 Roadster SR Fairlady SR311 Laurel HC130・KHC130/KHC230・KHC231・HC231 Datsun 510 Blue bird SSS / P510・KP510・VP510 Caution: There are small rough spots on the rear surface of the wheel. These are from the vacuum injection process and are present even on genuine Nissan examples. Since it is completely normal for this item, we cannot accept any returns of this item citing this issue Advertiser 7tooZ Date 01/12/2021 Price $250.00 Category Parts for Sale  
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    Like new. Used to mockup interior. Only mounted once. PRODUCT INFORMATION: Part number: 40-J4285+ 40-J4235/40-J4240/40-NS201 Make/model: Datsun 240Z 260Z 280Z 510 Nissan Skyline and more DESCRIPTIONS: The competition steering wheel was a factory option offered by Nissan back in the 70's, and one of the most popular. This limited replica is made from the original production molds. These are not leather-wrapped like the first generation wheels; rather, they are the more common and popular urethane type. Bolt-on installation. No adapters required Measures 13 3/4" (Stock wheel measures 14 7/8") Horn switch comes pre-installed on all variants For LHD cars, you'll need to bend down the turn light stalk a bit to get by your hands 40-NS250 - Recommended adapter for installing in Skyline cars. This will allow the turn light stalk to return properly (sold separately) 40-J4285 - $299 Steering wheel only Stock 260Z / 280Z / 510 type horn pad will not fit! 40-J4285+40-J4240 - $399 US-type "Datsun" logo horn pad included 40-J4285+40-J4235 - $399 JDM-type "Z" logo horn pad included 40-J4285+40-JS201 - $399 Skyline Hakosuka/Kenmeri horn pad included Complete list of compatible vehicles: Skyline Hakosuka GC10・KGC10・PGC10/Skyline Kenmeri GC110/ Skyline Yonmeri/Skyline Japan GC210 Datsun 240Z 260Z 280Z / Fairlady Z S30 S31 / Datsun 280 ZX / Fairlady 280Z S130 Roadster SR Fairlady SR311 Laurel HC130・KHC130/KHC230・KHC231・HC231 Datsun 510 Blue bird SSS / P510・KP510・VP510 Caution: There are small rough spots on the rear surface of the wheel. These are from the vacuum injection process and are present even on genuine Nissan examples. Since it is completely normal for this item, we cannot accept any returns of this item citing this issue

    $250.00

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  9. I love the Datsun 280ZX with all my heart and I've wanted one for years now. I don't have much to spend (roughly 5 grand) and I'd like your guys' help. I've tried eBay, craigslist, 360autos, and other sketchy websites but I cant find anything I want. Do you guys know of any sites I can try to find one in my price range? I dont mind if its a fixer-upper but I definitely dont want any rust. As original as possible would be great!
  10. So I just recently (yesterday) bought myself my very first Z car. A 1980 Datsun 280zx completely stock. I'm about to do an alt on it in hops to getting it running! She will start with a charged battery then die when charge dies. I was originally told it was lacking the Alt belt but upon inspection the belt was actually there so I presume that would mean the Alt is faulty. is there anything else I should take into consideration and close look at while restoring this? any problem spots or things worth doing for the long run? Unknown miles and while its running there's no weird noises other than an exhaust leak. any help is appreciated!!
  11. View Advert 280Z parts - used - in Switzerland Hello all I have a large amount of parts for a 280z --> see pictures. Should you have any interest - please feel free to contact me. Price is depending on part as well on quantity, ... --> please ask Shipment could be organized if prepayment is accepted. Personally I am looking for 240z parts - specially a back panel Cheers Roland Advertiser Roland468 Date 05/20/2020 Price $280.00 Category Parts for Sale  
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    Hello all I have a large amount of parts for a 280z --> see pictures. Should you have any interest - please feel free to contact me. Price is depending on part as well on quantity, ... --> please ask Shipment could be organized if prepayment is accepted. Personally I am looking for 240z parts - specially a back panel Cheers Roland

    $280.00

    Buonas, Zug - CH

  13. 1974 Datsun 260Z View Advert I'm selling my 1974 Datsun 260Z with a 350 Chevy Small Block swap for $11,000 OBO. The engine has an edlebrock carberator and is mated to a turbo 400 transmission. The car gets lots of attention and is fun to drive. There's no rusting of the body or frame (I have pictures if needed). I recently replaced the belt, oil, coolant, thermostat, vacuum advance, wiper motor, and fuel sending unit. I also have an electric fuel pump and full aftermarket sanden air conditioning kit ready to be put into the car. I have some extra parts, literarure, and paperwork for the car that I will give to the next owner. Still have the original sticker for the car. The car also still has its spare tire kit, owners manual, bumpers, and spare. Overall, the car is in very good condition. For other aftermarket parts, it has stiffer coil springs, a smaller steering wheel, a new radio, and new speakers. Please text me at two zero three 8376222 Advertiser AnarchyPerformance Date 01/28/2020 Price $11,000.00 Category Cars for Sale Year 1974 Model 260Z Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) RLS30-004360  
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  15. View Advert 1977 Datsun 280Z 1977 Datsun 280Z with 130k miles on the car. The car has been restored with maintenance documents going all the way back to the 80s. The car was repainted and the rust under the battery was repaired prior to repainting the car. Regular maintenance has been done to the car such as plugs, valve cover gasket, transmission fluid, etc. The car was just smogged last week for the sale and passed perfectly. If you have any questions, feel free to message me and I will get back to you as soon as possible! Advertiser aling289 Date 03/21/2020 Price $19,999.00 Category Cars for Sale Year 1977 Model Datsun Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)  
  16. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    1977 Datsun 280Z with 130k miles on the car. The car has been restored with maintenance documents going all the way back to the 80s. The car was repainted and the rust under the battery was repaired prior to repainting the car. Regular maintenance has been done to the car such as plugs, valve cover gasket, transmission fluid, etc. The car was just smogged last week for the sale and passed perfectly. If you have any questions, feel free to message me and I will get back to you as soon as possible!

    $19,999.00

    - US

  17. Hello All, I got serious about buying a Z over the summer. I've been in love with them since I was about 8. I've been reading the forums for about six months and after test driving two found Layla three weeks ago. She's a two owner car, originally from VA but owned since 1976 from the guy I bought it from. He bought it from a Datsun dealership when it was three years old. He drove it around TX and TN in the 70s and 80s and into the 90s. 159,XXX original miles. He said the first owner installed a roll bar, chrome rims, and headers. I have all of his registrations and most documentation of stuff he's done to it. It has pretty much sat in storage for the past 10-15 years with him spending $2,000 a couple years ago (have receipts) trying to get it back on the road. He said this car has outlived any relationship he's ever had, and backed out of selling it to someone else once before. I'm not going to say I stole it, but he gave me one heck of a deal in my opinion including a military discount. Before I bought it I had it put on a lift and did a dry compression test on the engine. It is "virtually rust free," with the factory undercoating still on it. It was repainted 10 years ago in the factory silver color. There is a 3"x3" patch pop riveted onto the driver's side floor, and 2"x2" hole on the passengers side under the seat, likely from the A/C condensation. He told me he never looked under the car. Not necessarily believable, but I believe some people never do so. I also have the FSM and the Mechanic's manual, not sure what it's called, and the carb balance meter. There is also a 1.5" hole under the batter tray. The interior looks great in my opinion; it has a dashcap with one crack, seat covers, stock floor mats, brand new carpet otherwise. Headliner is original and looks great. The engine compression yielded 145-150 psi in all cylinders except one; 1st cylinder was 135. I would've liked higher numbers, but the engine has a good amount of miles so I'm happy at this point. When I test drove it, the car was a little sluggish, but the guy was just frustrated saying "it's not the car it used to be." He said his local mechanic refused to rebuilt the SUs. Since I've had it, I've done the following things: Things I've done thus far: - Castrol high mileage 10w-30 oil change with "engine restore," Lucas oil treatment, and sea foam. Normally I wouldn't put this many additives in, but the car has basically been sitting for 10 years. - Filled gas tank with 93 octane gasoline and fuel system cleaner to help burn off carbon deposits. (I think I'll go lower next tank) - Adjusted intake and exhaust valves to factory specifications. - Replaced rattling muffler with a Magnaflow Turbo XL model. - Replaced 2 year old champion spark plugs with Bosch platinum version. I wanted NGK plugs to go with my wires but they weren't in stock. Plugs were gapped at the higher end of the factory recommendation to accommodate for the higher octane fuel to 0.035". - Spent two hours cleaning the upper half of the carbs and balancing them to factory specs. I will rebuild them within two months. - Cleaned/degreaser valve cover. - Next steps are to put in new distributor points, condenser, and oil pressure sending unit. Flush transmission and rear end gear oil. Buy a timing light and dial in the timing. Replace/upgrade coil. I have been meaning to start this thread since I bought the car; I am behind so I'll be updating the progress I've already completed on a gradual basis. The pictures are after the things I did listed above. Thanks for reading.
  18. View Advert 1978 Datsun 280 Z 1978 Datsun 280 Z - Original owner Vin HLS 30463465 Automatic transmission 127900 original miles Original rims and hubcaps School bus yellow with black pinstripe-Custom repainted Body condition: Excellent-no dents or scratches New alternator Stored in garage for 42 years Rear window lover cover Driver's seat slightly worn $11,500 Advertiser Casper Date 02/08/2020 Price $11,500.00 Category Cars for Sale Year 1978 Model 280 Z Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) HLS 30463465  
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    1978 Datsun 280 Z - Original owner Vin HLS 30463465 Automatic transmission 127900 original miles Original rims and hubcaps School bus yellow with black pinstripe-Custom repainted Body condition: Excellent-no dents or scratches New alternator Stored in garage for 42 years Rear window lover cover Driver's seat slightly worn $11,500

    $11,500.00

    , California - US

  20. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    I'm selling my 1974 Datsun 260Z with a 350 Chevy Small Block swap for $11,000 OBO. The engine has an edlebrock carberator and is mated to a turbo 400 transmission. The car gets lots of attention and is fun to drive. There's no rusting of the body or frame (I have pictures if needed). I recently replaced the belt, oil, coolant, thermostat, vacuum advance, wiper motor, and fuel sending unit. I also have an electric fuel pump and full aftermarket sanden air conditioning kit ready to be put into the car. I have some extra parts, literarure, and paperwork for the car that I will give to the next owner. Still have the original sticker for the car. The car also still has its spare tire kit, owners manual, bumpers, and spare. Overall, the car is in very good condition. For other aftermarket parts, it has stiffer coil springs, a smaller steering wheel, a new radio, and new speakers. Please text me at two zero three 8376222

    $11,000.00

    Tempe, Arizona - US

  21. Hi everybody! Thanks a lot for yor feed-back. I’ve got some news and that’s why I’m here again. Last Tuesday I went to Mr.vitorino shop and started do dismantle the Z…honestly I thought it was a dificult task, but it wasn’t…well, only in some little details. The ca ris in excellent shape as photos will show…I guess this car was restored or deep painted some years ago. Next week We’ll have at least one door rebuilt, below the doors and inside need some intervention. Here are some photos… Rear window acquisition…the car has the horizontal defrost lines and aren’t the correct…I found one vertical and job done…a few years ago I bought one in the USA and came broken…never bought or find anoter one..they are getting rare this days!!! The beggining… Door parts ready for the treatment…Nickel plating Rear floor…not bad!!! I got scared, but fortunately the brown zone is glue…no rust… Door ready for Mr.Vitorino! Original floor carpet…but has to be removed!!! Rear luggage accomodation in excelente shape And now the surprise…the original blue…It can only be seen on some detailed parts..this is one! Replacemente tyre floor…not bad…no rust… The seats will be rédone, but I will only take care of the parts that are completely off… No plastic cover…but I have 2 here…offered by a mate!!! Passenger side floor…the usual…46 years and some bad treatment…the reason…the jack tool…but Mr.vitorino said that’s a part to be redone… Drivers side floor…the usual again…but this one has no concerns…ist’s 75% good…a little intevention. By the end we will apply some Soundproofing board to avoid rust and noise. My helper keeping all the bolts in place! Under the plate no surprises!!!! Datsun logo temporarily off… In my opinion this s the exact moment to restore the car…it has some details that need intervention, and now that he has no rust holes and unrestorable parts the process will be much easier. Hope you like it…next week some more news!!! Regards Mário
  22. View Advert I put my Rebello 260Z on Bring A Trailer Since I've been a member here for the duration of my Datsun(s) ownership I'd like to share the sale of my last Z with you all: https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1974-datsun-260z-35/ Advertiser Kurbycar32 Date 11/21/2019 Price Category Cars for Sale Year 1974 Model Datsun Vehicle Identification Number (VIN)  
  23. THIS ADVERT HAS EXPIRED!

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    Since I've been a member here for the duration of my Datsun(s) ownership I'd like to share the sale of my last Z with you all: https://bringatrailer.com/listing/1974-datsun-260z-35/

    NO VALUE SPECIFIED

    Manteca, California - US

  24. I previously posted information on my new book in a thread about this years ZCON in Branson, MO where the book debuted. I was told this might be a more appropriate place on our site for those interested in purchasing a book or knowing more about the history of Datsun Scarab and Scarab Engineering. “Resurrecting the Legend – The Real Datsun Scarab Story,” is a meticulously researched 104 page book documenting the history of the Scarab Engineering Company and its cars from 1975-81. Over the years there have been many myths perpetrated that are addressed and refuted in it. The book is based on personal interviews with the company’s founders and employees, all of whom had gone underground more than 35 years ago. The development of Brian Morrow’s very first Scarab is chronicled as well as the events at each of the three shop locations, leading up to the company finally being sold. With nearly 90 color photographs and illustrations, the book defines what a Scarab is and describes its roll in automotive history. By the mid-1970s, domestic muscle car performance had been emasculated, and by association so had the egos of many of their drivers. Scarab came on the scene at just the right time. The Scarab was so much more than a Datsun Z-car with a transplanted Chevrolet V8 engine: it was a completely reengineered automobile, with each system and component carefully considered, improved or replaced, to realize Morrow’s goal of creating a well-balanced machine capable of shaming all comers. Road Test magazine said it best when it wrote, “Subtle as a chain-link jock strap, the Scarab will not only blow 99 percent of the cars on the road in the weeds, it’ll do it in style.” For those interested in purchasing a copy you can email me at parallax.randy.lewis@gmail.com. (my PayPal is the same). Books, including shipping, are $35 each. Would make an inexpensive gift for Z enthusiasts. I'd be happy to answer questions about the company and its cars here as well.
  25. Hey guys, I've got a 71 240z that's nearing the end of a restore and I'm having a hell of a time finding replacement bumpers for it and chroming is astronomical. The bumper consists of a main(front) part and two sides with two guards in the center. The guards have a rubber strip, each. The two sides have rubber strips.
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