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HS30-00707    240Z    5/1971
Most Recent Owner: Bruce Lane
Location: Western Australia - Australia
Owner from 2007 to Present

Current Details:
Engine #: L28-108310
Paint Colour: 919
Interior Colour: Black

Original Details:
Engine #: L24-
Paint Code: 919 - Yellow
Interior Colour:
 

Added: February 7, 2007
HS30-00707    240Z    5/1971
Previous Owner: ebay seller: joyce3854
Location: Victoria - Australia
Owner from Unknown to 2007

Current Details:
Engine #: L28 108310
Paint Colour:
Interior Colour:

Original Details:
Engine #: L24-
Paint Code: 919 - Yellow
Interior Colour:
 

Comments:
For sale on eBay 14 January 2007. Sold to Bruce Lane of WA.

Advert read:
Yellow with Black Interior
Built April, 1971, build No 00707
Vehicle first registered 29/5/1971 - and continuously registered since
Still has original road registration - KWH 463
Registered til May 2007
RWC included (Vic)
Recent full motor rebuild and enhancement - L28 block - odometer reading is in miles
Head ported, flow increased, 72 degree cam (by Steve Newing of Speed Technology)
Carbies previously overhauled
Since rebuild had minimal use and no competition work
Extractors and modified exhaust system
Suspension modifications by Speed Technology, incl lowering & adjustable lower control arms
Full Nolathane front end fittings
Near new Dunlop Formula W10 tyres 205-60-R1489H
As new brakes
Dash has moulded protection cap
Interior original and unmarked, including headlining
Carpeted throughout
Very minor rust on top of front guards - easily repaired
Body is not 'Pristine' but is well above average condition
Glass good
Alloy wheels reflect age of car and period
Headlight sealed beam upgrade to Halogen
Gearbox etc in VGC
Diff can be altered to suit your particular requirements
No overt modifications
Basically looks original
Suitable as daily driver
Complies with regulations for Historic Events
Excellent prospect for Club Events and Hill Climbs
Class winner Rob Roy (Vic) pre engine re-build (times in 25's)
Potential for further improvement if required
In summary, using the Australian Unique Cars 'Japanese Value Guide' re Condition Category Rating this vehicle authentically exceeds specifications for "Condition Two" but falls just short (not by much) of "Condition One" the top rating.

Here are details from the Guide: Datsun 240z - Sports cars do not need to be convertibles and no model demonstrates that more decisively than an early Nissan 'Z 'car. Early cars in top condition continue to sell for more than $20,000 (however these are in the minority), and lesser-quality examples cost $8,000. Increased spares support from specialist repairers means that fewer of these cars are going to be scrapped than was the case a few years back. Condition One $17,000 Condition Two $11,000 Condition Three $4,000

Bodywork: Condition Two
Interior: Condition One
Engine Bay: Condition One/Two
Underbody: Condition One/Two
Wheels/Tyres: Condition One/Two
Added: January 14, 2007