eBay Up for sale is a nicely restored 1970 Datsun 240z. This car has undergone a mid-level restoration, with a nice paint job but not show car quality, all major mechanical components have been replaced which makes it a very nice driving car. This is a very solid, early vin (HLS30-03248) Series 1 car that is poised to appreciate tremendously in the near future, making this car an investment that can be driven. It also has original 240z steel rims, with the very rare D hubcaps found only on 70-71 240z's.
Body: very solid floors and frame, underside has been undercoated. Paint is very good quality, not quite show-car quality, but better than a driver quality paint job.
Mechanical: Almost every component has been replaced on the engine and drivetrain, new fuel pumpnew alternatornew starternew ignitionnew oil pressure sensornew OEM Nissan oil filter and oil changenew electronic ignition upgradenew Bosch platinum spark plugsnew brake master cylinder and brake padsnew clutch slave cylinder and lineexisting tank has been cleaned and sealednew rubber hose lines and clamps throughout engine and drivetrainnew door and hatch weatherstripping Many of the essential components of the drive train have been completely replaced or fixed to ensure that the car functions smoothly, and a brand new set of tires were put on the car as well. The engine is not original to the car BUT it is a series 1 engine with an E31 head engine and 4 screw SU carbs.
Interior: the stock seats are somewhat worn in the cushion area but are in great shape otherwise, with no serious tears or rust. Brand new carpet has been installed and sound deadening has been placed over the floors to reduce road noise and heat. All interior plastics are in good shape, with no damage and are still a vibrant black, headliner is tight and doesn't sag in the slightest.
Overall, this is a very nice example of an early Datsun that would be an excellent driver car that will also be a good investment in the near future due to the early vin and year of the car.
On Aug-13-18 at 07:34:58 PDT, seller added the following information:NOTE: the car was repainted back to its original color, 115 Blue Metallic, which is fairly uncommon on these cars and looks awesome in the lightOn Aug-14-18 at 18:14:25 PDT, seller added the following information:I would also like to clarify that the car has not been in any accident to my knowledge and has a straight frame, it also runs and drives fine, and brakes as it should, clutch and brakes were bled recently and a fresh oil change was done.
|VIN (Vehicle Identification Number):||HLS30-03248||Mileage:||36,000|